Kalangala Infrastructure Services Ltd

UDC partnered with the Kalangala Infrastructure Services Ltd (KIS) a multisector infrastructure project at the Bugala Island in Kalangala District to improve infrastructure on the island aimed at attracting investments, boosting businesses, and improving livelihoods.

UDC’s strategic investment in (KIS) enabled the company acquire two modern roll-on roll-off ferries; upgrade the island’s 66km Luuku – Mulabana main road; distribute clean water to 19 villages on the island; and develop a 1.6MW hybrid solar-diesel electricity generation plant. The availability of reliable water transport, electricity and piped water has attracted investment on Bugala Island, hence providing employment opportunities to the locals, boosting the tax base, and improving their socio-economic conditions.

UDC has a shareholding of 45.7% in the company.


Nile Hotel International Ltd

Nile Hotel International Ltd (NHIL) is an asset-holding company wholly owned by the Government of Uganda through UDC. NHIL’s main activity is to monitor concessions and ensure that the concessionaires comply with their obligations under the Concession and Lease Agreements.

The company’s flagship concession is the land & buildings currently occupied by Kampala Serena Hotel, a five-star hotel. NHIL has grown its portfolio by acquiring a stake in the Igongo Country Hotel and Cultural Center located in Mbarara District.

Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort

The Government of Uganda partnered with Meera Investments Ltd to establish the Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort Hotel that hosted the delegates during the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in 2007. The five-star hotel, provides accommodation, conference facilities and restaurant services to the public. It is aimed at promoting tourism in the Country.

UDC and MIL will hold an equal stake of 50%

Speke Resort Convention Centre (SRCC)

The Speke Resort Convention Centre a partnership between UDC and Meera Investments Limited (MIL) was constructed to host the 19th Non-Aligned Movement Summit (NAM) and G77 + China Conference in January 2024. The State of the Art International Convention Centre is currently the largest meetings, conferences and events structure (56,000 sq.) in Uganda with an extra ordinary view of the great Lake Victoria.

UDC and MIL will hold an equal stake of 50%

Abubaker Technical Services and General Supplies (ATSGS)

The Abubaker Technical Services and General Supplies construction company joined  the UDC family in February 2023. The purpose of UDC’s intervention is to enhance the capacity of local firms in the construction sector to compete for relatively big construction projects. As a result of UDC investment in Abubaker Technical Services and General Supplies Limited, the firm was contracted by Government to execute two big road project namely Busunju-Kiboga (145km) and Matugga-Semuto-Kapeeka (42km) projects.