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High Commissioner Amb. Joy Ruth Acheng Mobilizes Assistance for Girl Child in Uganda

The High Commissioner hosted students from Cairine Secondary School IDEA club on October 2021 at her residence as part of the activities to mobilize assistance for girl Child in Uganda from Communities in Ottawa, Canada

Uganda-Canada Business Expo and Convention in Toronto, Canada from 9th -10th October 2021

The High Commissioner, Amb. Joy Ruth Acheng and members of staff participated at the Uganda-Canada Business Expo and Convention in Toronto, Canada from 9th -10th October 2021 at Marriot Hotel. The theme of the Convention was "Building Diaspora Networks" an opportunity for Ugandans living and working in Canada, Uganda and the United States to expand their contacts and promote synergies.


As we approach the deadline for phase out of the Machine-Readable Passports (MRP) on 4th April 2022, the Minisby of Intemal Affairs (Directorate of Citizenship and Immigration Control), wishes to inform all Ugandans living in the diaspora that after the deadline on 4th April, 2022, MRPs will only be used by citizens returning back to Uganda. They will not be usable to travel to other countries.

Uganda High Commission Ottawa Extends National ID Registration Services to Ugandans in Canada

Amb. Joy Ruth Acheng interacts with community members and NIRA team after flagging off the registration of Ugandans for National Identification Cards at Dominion international - Toronto Canada. The exercise took place in the cities of Ottawa, Toronto and Edmonton.

Mission Services to the General Public

Due to the pandemic outbreak of COVID-19, the Mission will be open to the general public ONLY ON APPOINTMENT. Appointments can be made by calling +1 613 789-7797 or sending an email to Ottawa@mofa.go.ug.