Expats in Uganda

Your Practical Guide to settling and living in Uganda

Legality

  • You should be aware that to live legally in Uganda, nationals of other countries should hold a residence document (chapter three).
  • Employing someone who is living illegally in Uganda can mean very stiff fines. You are running the risk of being reported (this does happen!) or of police checks in various public places where any person you employ is likely to be.

Looking for Help

  • Word of mouth between neighbours, a friend is often the system that works the best.

House help

House help Address Telephone Website E-Mail
Amani domestics (U) Ltd (Housemaids, Housekeepers, Nannies, Elderly carers, Gardeners.) Kitamirike way plot 611, Bunga-Kawuku Kampala Tel:0701339909   e: oliviaboth@yahoo.com

Recycle

Household items in good condition are recycled.

Recycling Address Telephone Website E-Mail
Grass Root Uganda (recycles glass jars, plastic supermarket bags, plastic containers) Drop the item at Prunes Restaurant every Saturday Morning   m: 0774169978    
Banda Slums Recycle (recycles plastic material)   m: 0782695262    
Good Glass 50 Bukoto Street m: 0773864711 w: www.goodglassug.com e: info@goodglass.com