Karibu and a warm welcome to our expat community in Uganda! As part of our private network of expats in Uganda, you can find answers to any questions you might have about moving to Uganda. Fear not, our experienced expat community is here to help you start the next part of your life in Uganda! You may want to ask your fellow expats questions like, “what are the schools like in Kampala?”, “what's the healthcare system like in Uganda?”, or “what's a safe neighborhood for a family in Entebbe?”. It doesn't matter how many questions you have, our members in Uganda are more than happy to help you with the answers. From tips about their own experiences and advice from other expats they know to their local knowledge, you can feel confident that InterNations expat community can help you make your big move abroad. This invaluable network will not only give you advice about moving and settling in, but can also help with recommendations on how to embrace the culture in Uganda, from trying a traditional Iuwombo to where to celebrate Ugandan Heroes' Day.
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Attend our monthly events and activities for Uganda expatriates to get to know like-minded expatriates in real life.
Get trustworthy advice and local insights from fellow members in our Uganda expat forums.
Uganda may be landlocked, but its landscape is something to behold. From the Rwenzori Mountains to the impressive Lake Victoria, its diverse and unique landscape is home to a number of endangered creatures, including gorillas, chimpanzees, and birds. Its national reserves and parks are protected and important natural regions of Africa. However, if you prefer the bright lights of the city, then the capital Kampala can most definitely offer that. The large lively city has totally reformed itself since the dark days of the civil war in the 1980s and is now a popular place for expats. Agriculture is the largest and most important sector of the Ugandan economy, making up over two-thirds of the workforce. Uganda's oil and gas industry is also on the rise, and is attracting foreigners from all over the world to the country. Lots of expats also move to Uganda as aid workers or to volunteer for NGOs, and most expats tend to settle in Kampala. Despite its recent history, Uganda is considered the happiest country in Africa. While some expats find it a little difficult to get used to the crazy streets of Kampala, many expats see it as a comfortable place in which to live, with modern shopping malls and organic foods available.
InterNations is the largest global network for expatriates, with communities in 390 cities around the world. Meet fellow global minds in your city of residence or get to know local expatriates before you're moving or traveling abroad and never feel like a stranger. InterNations makes it easy for you to stay in touch with your expat friends, both online and offline, so you can grow your network of friends and contacts from all over the world. Whether they live in Oman or India, InterNations allows you to be close to them even if they are miles away.
InterNations allows you to communicate casually and informally with other expats both online and offline in an extremely safe and secure environment. The private network of dedicated expats all go through a carefull approval process in order to join this community. Every member understands the guiding principles of InterNations and respects our values of honesty, open communication, and a friendly and welcoming attitude. What's more, you can also join up with your fellow expats offline by attending events or joining one of the many groups for expats in Uganda. You may have hobbies or interests that you're keen to continue while you live in Kampala, such as cooking or riding a motorcycle, or you might want to meet up with other expats in person to start your social life in Kampala, then you can join the book club and dinner club, or even the coffee time get-together in the city. The key to starting a successful new life in another country is to enjoy a social life and maintain any hobbies or interests you have. By searching on InterNations for groups you're bound to find something that interests you. So join today and get settled into your new life in Uganda!