Uganda PEO


Destination Uganda! A landlocked land situated on Eastern Africa and bordered by South Sudan, Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo and home to one of the most diverse African flora and fauna of the world. A fairytale to nature lovers, it embraces a magnificent ecosystem, from the dense forests to the rich and fertile soils. Uganda has a population reaching 40 million inhabitants the natural increase is positive. It obtained independence in 1962 and hindered progress.

Contact Us For HR Solutions in Uganda


Africa HR Solutions, providing cost-effective, high quality and full outsourced payroll services is proactively involved in the African Tax Compliance industry, having the privilege to connect its multiple perspectives and possibilities across the African Market.

Africa HR Solutions and In-Country partners ensure its clients adhere to the following:

  • All administration procedures are respected as pursuant to the legislation because reporting is an integral part of our process.
    • All our clients are provided with a high quality and accurate monthly payroll
    • We clearly communicate all changes in social security plans as per required for employees.
    • We focus on flexibility and accuracy by working with organizations requiring In-country payrolls on the African continent.
    • We ensure that all details of employees are correctly recorded for new payroll processes
    • Companies with present occupational pension plans should also review their existing retirement benefit arrangements.
    • We offer a peace of mind that the In-country payroll will be fully compliant along with specific rules and regulations of the country assigned.
    • Advise on processes and procedures to ensure accurate source documentation.

Either you belong to the mine, oil & gas, banking & finance, construction, forestry, engineering, IT & Telecom, NGOS sectors, we’ll provide you the best services suiting you and your company.

Here at Africa HR, we offer a Professional Employment Outsourcing (PEO) facility. We provide businesses with wide range of human-resources services which includes:

  • Human Resources Management
  • Payroll Administration and processing
  • Immigration Solutions
  • Recruiting and Outplacement support
  • Salary Surveys
  • Government Compliance

Major Imports:

  • Refined petroleum
  • Packaged medicaments
  • Cars
  • Palm oil
  • Wheat.

Major exports:

  • Coffee
  • Tea
  • Cement
  • Corn
  • Fish.

Main trading partners:

  • Kenya
  • Rwanda
  • South Sudan
  • The Democratic Republic of Congo
  • Netherlands.

Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

  • $76.9 billion
  • 4.9% growth
  • 5.2% 5-year annual growth
  • $2,023 per capita

Unemployment Rate: 3.8%

Global Ranking in Economy Progress 2016: 102nd


Kampala is the official capital city of Uganda and the largest city as well divided in five divisions: Kampala Central Division, Kawempe Division, Makindye Division, Nakawa Division, and Lubaga Division. Kampala is an energetic and vibrant city which attracts a number of visitors and expats. Bars, restaurants, markets, hotels, transport facilities are all accessible to the tourists. It is also home to the industrial, cultural and governmental infrastructures.


Ugandan shilling


Uganda is a multilingual country but English is the official language of the country used for education, commerce and administrative purposes. However, other native languages such as the Swahili is widely spoken in the country.


The Ugandan economy is full of potential and continues improving. Gifted by an abundance of natural minerals agriculture is the main industry of the country as it products nearly the main crops of the country as well as employing the majority of locals. The manufacture industry plays an important role as the beer production has dramatically increased recently. As Kampala’s urbanization holds the country’s latest growth, Uganda tourism platform is evolving and gaining expansion.

Interesting Fact about Uganda

Each element of the Uganda flag is symbolic: the horizontal bands of black at the top represent the African people, yellow sunshine and vitality, red African brotherhood; the crane was the military badge of Ugandan soldiers under the UK.