Making a difference through beer

Investing for growth in Uganda

  • Col. Steven Kwiringira, the Head of the National Identity Cards Project, receives boxes of water from Mr Onapito Ekomoloit, the Corporate Affairs Director of Rwenzori Bottling Company. Rwenzori Bottling Company yesterday donated bottled water worth Shs1.5 million as a symbolic way of showing support towards this noble cause.  The water is intended for officials at registration points country-wide.

    The water is intended for officials at registration points country-wide

    Col. Steven Kwiringira, the Head of the National Identity Cards Project, receives boxes of water from Mr Onapito Ekomoloit, the Corporate Affairs Director of Rwenzori Bottling Company. Rwenzori Bottling Company yesterday donated bottled water worth Shs1.5 million as a symbolic way of showing support towards this noble cause. The water is intended for officials at registration points country-wide.
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    Dr. Steven Kasiima (L) Director, Traffic and Road Safety

    Dr. Steven Kasiima (L) Director, Traffic and Road Safety, Uganda Police Force hands over an alcohol training certificate and code of supply, sale and consumption of beer to a beer retailer in Rukungiri after the Nile Breweries retail training campaign last week. Lookring on is Mayanja R. Omugalanda (M) Sustainable Development Manager Nile Breweries Limited. Nile Breweries Limited partners with Uganda Police to discourage drink driving and is committed to make beer the natural choice for the moderate and responsible drinker, through promoting responsible consumption.
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    Dr. Steven Kasiima (L) Director, Traffic and Road Safety

    , Uganda Police Force hands over an alcohol training certificate and code of supply, sale and consumption of beer to a beer retailer in Rukungiri after the Nile Breweries retail training campaign last week. Looking on is Mayanja R. Omugalanda (M) Sustainable Development Manager Nile Breweries Limited. Nile Breweries Limited partners with Uganda Police to discourage drink driving and is committed to make beer the natural choice for the moderate and responsible drinker, through promoting responsible consumption.
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    Dr. Steven Kasiima (2R) Director, Traffic and Road Safety

    , Uganda Police Force hands over an alcohol training certificate and code of supply, sale and consumption of beer to a beer retailer in Rukungiri after the Nile Breweries retail training campaign last week. Looking on is Mayanja R. Omugalanda (R) Sustainable Development Manager Nile Breweries Limited. Nile Breweries Limited partners with Uganda Police to discourage drink driving and is committed to make beer the natural choice for the moderate and responsible drinker, through promoting responsible consumption.
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    Dr. Steven Kasiima (M) Director, Traffic and Road Safety

    , Uganda Police Force hands over an alcohol training certificate and code of supply, sale and consumption of beer to a beer retailer in Rukungiri after the Nile Breweries retail training campaign last week. Looking on is Mayanja R. Omugalanda (R) Sustainable Development Manager Nile Breweries Limited. Nile Breweries Limited partners with Uganda Police to discourage drink driving and is committed to make beer the natural choice for the moderate and responsible drinker, through promoting responsible consumption.
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    Dr. Steven Kasiima (M) Director, Traffic and Road Safety

    , Uganda Police Force congratulate Mayanja R. Omugalanda (M) Sustainable Development Manager Nile Breweries Limited upon the successful completion of the alcohol retail training in Rukungiri last week. Nile Breweries Limited partners with Uganda Police to discourage drink driving and is committed to make beer the natural choice for the moderate and responsible drinker, through promoting responsible consumption.
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    Uganda Cranes coach Micho’ Sredojevic

    Uganda Cranes coach Micho' Sredojevic is joined by the Cranes team to plant a tree in Soroti town. The initiative was done under the Nile Breweries Green Towns initiative, a project that has seen the company plant over 14,000 trees country-wide. Uganda Cranes was on the Cranes Namutima tour in Soroti town.
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    Nile Breweries, through its Local Enterprise and Agriculture Programme, has a strong commitment towards promoting barley growing in Uganda

    Minister of Agriculture, Tress Bucyanayandi (C), Kabale District Chairman Patrick Besigye Kheihwa (3rd R) and Hon. Nelson Sabila (R) join the Nile Breweries Limited team at one of the company’s barley out grower’s farms in Kabale District over the week end
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    Nile Breweries Limited Equality Scholarship 2014 intake ready for school

    The Nile Breweries Limited Equality Scholarship 2014 intake ready for school. The ten pupils were the latest beneficiaries of Nile Breweries “Equality Scholarship,” which has been running since 2011. Under the scholarship, the company sponsors bright pupils from rural primary schools to study in the prestigious secondary schools. They are selected from schools in communities that grow sorghum and barley, which Nile Breweries uses to make beer
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    Sudhir Byaruhanga NTV Reporter (L) was named winner in the just concluded Nile Breweries Exceptional Journalism Awards.

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    Nile Breweries employees pay tribute to the late SABMiller chairman Graham Mackay

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    Nile Breweries Mbarara Plant

    President Yoweri Museveni (C) poses for a photograph with Mr Jonathan Kirby – Finance Director SABMA (3rdR), Robin Goetzsche - MD/ OD SABMA EA (2ndR), Elly Karuhanga – C/man NBL (R), Nick Jenkinson – MD NBL (3rd L), Isaac Ongora – Plant Manager Mbarara Brewery (2ndL) and Onapito Ekomoloit – CAD NBL (L).
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    NBL Joins WAD Celebrations

    Fred Kawanguzi of Nile Breweries takes an HIV/Aids test. Staff of Nile Breweries joined the rest of the world to commemorate World Aids Day through HVI/Aids counseling and testing, awareness campaigns on stigma, the Red Ribbon among other activities.
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    President Yoweri Museveni commissioned the Nile Breweries Mbarara Plant in August 2013.

  • Nile Breweries Limited hands over a certificate of excellence to Anthony Ahabwe

    Nile Breweries Limited hands over a certificate of excellence

    Laban Musoke (L) the WorthMore Manager Nile Breweries Limited hands over a certificate of excellence to Anthony Ahabwe – one of the participants in the alcohol training carried out at Kati Kati Restaurant.

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