A baseline study conducted by the MIRP Consortium (Mutual and Interrelated Resilience Program) in Kikuube District and Kyangwali refugee settlement demonstrated that only 33% of refugees and 67% of the host community are attending formal schools. In order to support the Government of Uganda’s effort to address the issue, the MIRP consortium will support the education sector by enrolling 3400 children in the Accelerated Education Program (AEP) over the 4 years.NEWS
The Embassy of Sweden is located at
24, Lumumba Avenue, Nakasero, Kampala
Telephone: 0417 700 800
Jobs at the Embassy are advertised on our notice board and at our website, click here for information.
Internships at the Embassy are reserved for Swedish students only, as a part of their academic curriculum.
More information about the internships, requirements, application procedure can be found on the Swedish version of the Embassy's website:
The Embassy does not receive volunteers.
No, unfortunately the Embassy does not receive volunteers.
The Embassy recognizes all efforts and concerns towards the development of Uganda.
Unfortunately we are not seeking new partners at the moment and any calls for proposals will be posted on our webpage. For details regarding Swedish development cooperation work in Uganda please read more here...
If both or one of the parents are Swedish Citizens you can apply for a Civic registration number for the child.
If only the father is Swedish this applies for children born after 1 april 2015.
The following should be brought in original:
Application for name will be filled in at the Embassy. Call us on (+256) 0417 700800 to book an appointment.
Yes there are fees for many of our services, click the link below to see the current list of fees for our most common services. Click here..