What is the Home is the Best Summit all about?
When did it start?
It all started in around 2001, so this is going to be the ninth summit in Uganda. Last year’s event showcased the potential and readiness of Northern Uganda for investment to Ugandans (both home based community and those in Diaspora). The week-long SME exhibition, which attracted 180 Ugandan business people and a one day business Summit attended by 130 domestic and 26 Diaspora Ugandans were held in Gulu. Uganda Investment Authority (UIA), in collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and United Nations Development Programme, organized the events and transported Ugandans living in the Diaspora to enable them to participate.
What is happening this year?
This year, the Home is the Best 2015 Summit- Masaka is scheduled to take place in Masaka town at Brovad Hotel. Dates — 17th and 18th December 2015 — The core objectives of this summit are to:
UIA began the concept of rotating the Summits regionally within Uganda about 3 years ago. We have held it in the East (Mbale), three times in the North (twice in Gulu and once in Lira), and this time round we randomly chose central and zeroed in on Masaka, which has a lot of investment potential in agriculture and agro processing, among other sectors. It is also an opportunity to enhance the productivity levels that had declined in the region. UIA will always ensure that wherever the Summits are held, it is a win win situation where potential investors are provided with profitable business opportunities and the communities benefit from the income generating opportunities that come with whatever investment is implemented in the region.
What should participants expect from this year’s summit?
The activities during the Summit will include a business exhibition by SMEs seeking markets and business partnership to expand, public sector stalls, a cultural gala, business to business networking and entertainment. The Summit will be climaxed with a high level dialogue between Ugandans in the Diaspora and invited private and public sector that will be telecast live on Ugandan TV and streamed via the internet for those in the Diaspora unable to attend the Masaka Summit.
Are there any significant investments that have been made by the Diaspora as a result of this engagement?
Diaspora Investments on the ground are in the areas of Agriculture, Education, Real Estate, Health Services Hospitality, and Sport sectors. Examples include:
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Ugandan Diaspora Network is a proud partner of Home is the Best event that culminates into our annual Ugandan Diaspora Gala held at the Kampala Serena Hotel every end of year 29th and 30th Dec.
The Uganda Diaspora Network is a forum aimed at bringing together Ugandans who live and work abroad by celebrating their contributions overseas and also encouraging them to give of their time, talents, ideas and expertise whilst inspiring the next generation of Ugandan leaders.
Every year the Ugandan Diaspora Network will organize an annual Social Networking Gala and will also produce a quarterly publication highlighting the successes of the various Ugandans residing overseas. Please send us those inspirational stories and philanthropic work involving Ugandans abroad. We shall share these stories using this platform that is rapidly growing and expanding. The Next Diaspora Social Networking Gala will be Held on 30th December 2016 at The Kampala Serena Hotel.
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