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Industrial Parks

Uganda Investment Authority was tasked to develop 22 Industrial & Business Parks around the Country with an aim of creating more jobs, ease accessibility of land for investments, introduce new research, technologies and skills development as well as boost Uganda’s exports hence increasing Uganda’s revenue base.

The UIA Board in 2017 approved an additional 1 industrial park in Buliisa and 4 regional science and technology industrial parks making a total of 27 industrial parks in total.

The completion of these industrial parks will add value to locally available raw materials thus boosting the agricultural and mineral sectors. There are three Government-owned industrial parks within the Kampala-Mukono region. These include the Kampala Industrial and Business Park (KIBP), Namanve, Luzira Industrial and Bweyogerere Industrial Parks.

Industrial Parks

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Parks are located across the Country

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Park Locations

1Mbarara IBP12Dairy industry, beef industry, leather industry, banana processing, wood industry (industrial forestry), fruit processing, silk processing and farming and honey processing
2Jinja IBP186Textiles, steel rolling, grain milling, vegetable oil industries and leather processing
3Kasese IBP216Fruit processing, cement production, cobalt, copper, dairy industry, tourism and fish processing.
4Soroti IBP219Fruit processing, dairy processing, leather processing, fish processing after fish farming is promoted in the area
5Moroto IBP417Cement manufacturing, green marble polishing, aloe-vera and herbal medicine processing, gum-Arabica processing, dairy products, fruit processing especially grapes and leather industry.
6Nakasongola IBP 500Textiles, military industries, fish farming and dairy industries
7Buliisa IBP 500Processing of Oil by-products
8Gulu IBP 500Fruit processing, rice hurling, oil seeds processing, and sugar processing
9Lira500Textiles, cassava processing, oil seeds processing including soya oil, fruit processing, fish processing
10Arua IBP 500Honey, fruits, coffee processing, textiles and fish processing after development of fish farming
11Tororo IBP500Cement manufacturing, fertilizer manufacturing, steel manufacturing from the iron ore deposits in the area, gold processing, fish processing and fruit growing
12Iganga IBP500Fruit processing, dairy processing, fish processing and fish farming
13Luweero IBP500Tomato processing, fruit processing, dairy coolers, fish farming and processing, poultry farming, dairy farming and processing
14Bushenyi IBP500Dairy industry, silk processing and farming, tea processing (Kyamuhunga, Buhweju), wood industry, banana processing (Nyaruzinga), fish farming and processing and cattle farming
15Kabale IBP500Fish farming and processing, dairy farming and processing, flower growing and exporting, temperate fruit processing and pyrethrum
16Kabarole / Fort Portal IBP500Dairy processing, tea processing, fruit processing, wood industries, cocoa processing (Bundibugyo sector), vanilla processing and Grain-milling (Kamwenge)
17Rakai IBP500Sugar, fish farming and processing, fruit growing and processing, honey, silk growing and processing, dairy farming and processing
18Mubende IBP500Tea growing and processing, fruit growing and processing, honey, silk growing and processing, dairy farming and processing
19Hoima IBP500Petroleum refinery, tobacco factories, sugar processing, fish processing and rice hurling
20Nakaseke IBP500Fruit processing, Tomato processing, Diary processing
21Kyankwanzi STIP500Science and Technology and Innovations
22Rubirizi STIP500Science and Technology and Innovations
23Pakwach STIP500Science and Technology and Innovations
24Kamuli STIP500Science and Technology and Innovations
25Mbale IBP619Grain milling especially wheat, fruit processing, dairy industry and coffee processing
26Masaka IBP800Fruit processing, fish farming and processing, pork processing, tea processing and beef industry
27Kampala IBP 2200General business area, logistics and freight, light manufacturing, Agro processing, Plastics, Steel processing.

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KIBP is Changing works have started

Tarmac Roads
Traffic Management Systems
Solar Lighting
Water & Sewage Network
Power Supply (Solar & Grid)
Fibre Optic Network
SME Workspaces
Fire Fighting Sytem

Benefits of Industrial Parks

Promote local productivity

Industrial parks support local production which in turn leads to job creation

Reduce Setup costs

Projects in industrial parks  have lower set up costs due to shared infrastructure

Economic Development

Industrial parks support industrialisation which leads to economic growth

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Soroti IBP Master Plan

Jinja IBP Master Plan

Kasese IBP Master Plan

KIBP (namanve) Master Plan

Karamoja IBP Master Plan

Land Allocation Guidelines

Land Application forms

Physical Planning Development Guidelines

The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Project


​The objective of the cooperation was to support UIA’s active role as a stakeholder in promoting the private sector in climate change mitigation activities.

frequently asked questions

UIA is a neutral party which cannot directly recommend individual machinery suppliers. However UIA can in a generic manner point investors to possible suppliers of machinery.

On the other hand, UIA holds government that it can lease to investors. Additionally, UIA has an active Land Registry  comprising of vetted privately owned land and frequently guides investors to negotiate with the landlords.

No. Government does not give free land to investors whether domestic or foreign. However, fully subsidized land can be leased to investors in some pre-determined critical areas of the Ugandan economy

The laws of Uganda don’t allow foreigners (self or company) to buy land outright but can lease land up to 99 years. UIA can help licensed investors to obtain leasehold tenure

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