The U.S. Mission in Uganda yesterday released the 2021 Report to the Ugandan People. The report tells the story of the United States’ enduring partnership with the Ugandan people, focusing on the impact of our work to promote economic growth and employability, improve health and education, foster democratic values, and strengthen security.
“Our mission in Uganda is clear: To build a healthy, vibrant, and prosperous society where every Ugandan child, woman, and man has opportunities to achieve their full potential,” U.S. Mission in Uganda Ambassador Natalie E. Brown said on the release of the U.S. Mission’s fifth annual Report to the Ugandan People.
The United States, through 13 government agencies, invests almost $1 billion annually in Ugandan communities. “While the United States’ financial investment in Uganda is significant, we measure success not in dollars spent but in lives impacted,” Ambassador Brown said.