The best general websites about Uganda are My Uganda and Enter Uganda. Another good site is Uganda Online. All of these sites have extensive listings about the culture, history and politics of the country, as well as listings for both businesses and tourists. For a more official view, see the websites of the Government of Uganda and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (links to more government departments can be found here). For more in-depth information, have a look at the US Library of Congress’ Uganda Country Study. For additional links have a look at the Uganda Pages of Columbia University, here, and the University of Pennsylvania, here.
Current news about Uganda can be found at the websites of the country’s leading national daily newspapers, The Monitor and The New Vision. In addition, the online service AllAfrica.com carries many of the top stories. A number of international broadcasters also carry regular pieces on Uganda. For example, see the Africa news section of BBC News and the websites of the BBC World Service’s Network Africa and Focus on Africa. See also the Africa sections of Voice of America and Radio France Internationale.
Link Community Development has been active in promoting school partnerships in Ghana, South Africa and Uganda. Partnerships and exchanges have also been promoted by the Oxfordshire International Education Bureau, and by the British Council. See also the websites of the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA), DfID’s IMFUNDO Project and UNESCO’s Education for All. More information is available via the websites of two education research institutes, id21 and the University of Sussex’s Centre for International Education.