About Uganda

Source of the River Nile, Uganda lies along the Equator and is located in the central part of Africa. Uganda's economy is primarily agricultural, although she also exports fresh water fish from her abundant fresh water lakes including Lake Victoria, the largest lake in Africa. With the snow-capped Rwenzori mountains to the west and Mt Elgon to the east, Uganda shares part of the western arm of the African rift valley.

Once known as the "Pearl of Africa", the performance of the Ugandan economy over the last 20 years has been the subject of much positive praise by the World Bank and the IMF, both of whom have provided needed funding and policy support. The government liberalized the economy by implementing measures to take the control of running businesses from the public sector to the private sector.

PwC provides unequalled practical solutions to development and business problems in both public and private sectors. Our staff and partners have acquired in-depth understanding of the business, social, cultural and economic issues in Uganda, other parts of Africa and the rest of the world enabling the firm to draw from a large pool of experiences in a wide range of technical and sectoral disciplines.