Browsing: Ministry of Gender

Relief For Labour Companies As Gov’t Scraps Off Certificate Of Good Conduct For Migrant Workers

The government of Uganda through the Gender and Labour Ministry has dropped Interpol- Certificate of Good Conduct as a major requirement for migrant workers except those seeking to work as security guards abroad. The process of obtaining this document from Kololo based Interpol head offices has not only been hectic but also derailed business among…

KHM International, 10 Other Labour Export Companies Suspended Over Human Trafficking, Forgeries & Gross Extortion

The Government of Uganda through ministries of Internal Affairs and Gender, Labour and Social Development has announced the suspension of 11 external labour recruitment agencies, citing gross forgeries and other abuses such as human trafficking and extortion. The Ministry said some companies had their licences terminated after expiry and over forged documents, while others were…

Ruparelia’s Premier Recruitment Joins Hands With Gender Ministry To Save Ugandans From Conmen, Fake Labour Export Companies

As we all recall, a few weeks ago, Uganda’s Gender and Labour Ministry invoked licenses of over eight labour export companies allegedly involving in human trafficking and conning Ugandans yearning for employment overseas. According to Gender Ministry and Uganda Police Force (UPF), labour companies whose licenses were invoked are Ridars Uganda Limited in Bukoto, Al…

Go & Make Money: Gender Ministry Approves Premier Recruitment To Export Over 200 Workers

The Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development has approved Premier Recruitment Limited’s request to export labour hence providing employment opportunities to Ugandans who want to work abroad. According to a letter from Lawrence Egulu, on behalf of the ministry’s permanent secretary, they have evaluated and approved Premier Recruitment Limited to export 200 workers to…

Gov’t Starts Inspection Of Private Labour Export Companies As They Resume Business

The Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development has today started the inspection of labour exporting companies to assess the level of compliance with the COVID-19 Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). According to a letter from Aggrey David Kibenge, the Permanent Secretary of the Gender Ministry, addressed to the Executive Director of Uganda Association of External…