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BUGANDA KINGDOM

Ministry

Ministule

Ministule ya Gavumenti ez’Ebitundu; Okulambula kwa Kabaka; n’Ensonga z’Abantu ba Buganda Ebweru

Ministry of Local Government, Kabaka’s Tours and Diaspora Affairs

Minister :

Owek Joseph Kawuki

INTRODUCTION

The ministry for local government in the kingdom of Buganda is responsible to ensure that the county chiefs together with the sub county, parish and village leaders fulfill their administrative responsibilities, to mobilize the king’s subjects to take part in all kingdom activities to revive its glory.

For that major responsibility, this ministry works directly with other kingdom department if this ministry fails to live up to its expectations, it can lead to the collapse of other departments.

MAJOR AIMS IN THE FIVE YEARS

  1. To ensure that each leadership structure has an operational headquarter.
  2. To ensure that all kingdom leaders (county, sub-county, parish and village chiefs) are well mentored in administrative positions.
  3. To establishes income-generating projects.
  4. To ensure that the directives from the prime minister of Buganda in mobilizing and uplifting the wellbeing of the king’s subjects are achieved.

MINISTRY LEADERSHIP STRUCTURE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The  responsibilities of the ministry’s leadership  are categorized into three;

  1. Leadership
  2. Mobilization
  • Workshops

Each responsibility has commissioners who ensure its smooth running.

 

LEADERSHIP COMMITTEES AT EACH LEVEL

Ministry’s committee

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All the above committee duties are managed by the executive committees

 

COMMITTEE MEETINGS OF THE ABOVE

  1. COUNTY CHIEFS COMMITTEE

These meeting always take place every last Tuesday of October, June, September and December in the financial year.

  1. SUB-COUNTY COMMITTEES

These meetings will always be held on the first Thursday of every month and reports to be made every after two months to the county chief.

  • PARISH COMMITTEES

These meetings will always be held every second Thursday of the month and reports to be made every month to the sub-county chief.

  1. VILLAGE COMMITTEES

These meetings will always be held every second Saturday every month and therefore reports are made every after a month to the parish chief.

  • COUNTY CHIEF COMMITTEE MEMBERS
  1. County chiefs
  2. Deputy county chiefs
  3. Principal officers from the ministry of local government

(NB) The committee will always have its meetings every after three months on the last Thursday of the third month (quarterly).

County chiefs’ retreat of every year of December makes the fourth county chiefs meeting as stipulated by the kingdom annual calendar.

This committee will always be committee county chief chairperson.

The county chief chairperson will have a deputy and other executive committee members as shown below.

  1. The chairperson and the secretary will be appointed by the minister on the basis of their potentiality.
  2. Other committee members shall therefore be subjected to an election in order to qualify them.
  • Two members of the executive committee of county chiefs shall be deputizing county chiefs.

The committee shall perform the following duties:

  1. Providing due guidance to the minister while executive duties.
  2. Providing due assistance to the minister while guiding on departmental ministry curial activities  effective representation of the minister as it may be deemed necessary by him/her.
  • Assisting the minister in the monitoring and the supervising of the ministry programs within counties.
  1. Playing a pivotal role in the preparation of local government’s day and other departmental preparations.
  2. Collecting opinions following deliberations from other county chiefs on affairs arising from the kingdom cabinet and there by committee for review.
  3. Ensuring of massive conceptualization of the kingdom programs within counties as guided by the minister.
  • Assisting in the circulation of information from the ministry as it may deem necessary.
  • Providing assistance in the execution and accomplishments of other duties per the guidance of the ministry.

MEMBERS OF THE COUNTY CHIEF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE:  

  1. Chairperson
  2. Deputy chairperson
  3. Secretary
  4. Treasurer
  5. Information officer
  6. Officer in charge of visitors and functions
  7. Officer in charge of county chief welfare.
  8. Principal from the ministry of local government

(N.B) Other committee meetings of the executive committee shall have sittings depending on the urgency of the matters at hand.

The executive county chiefs committee shall be reshuffled every after two years.

MEMBERS OF THE COUNTY COMMITTEE.

  1. County Chief
  2. Deputies of the county chief
  3. Sub-county chiefs
  4. County department leaders
  5. County officer in-charge of legal officers

Clan heads or their representatives from that county.

(NB) The committee shall have its sittings in the quarterly of the year after three months.

The committee shall be shall chaired by the speaker of the county.

MEMBERS OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE

County chiefs

Deputies of the county chiefs

County department leaders

(NB)

The meetings of other committees within the county executive committee shall be held depending on preparations made and the urgency of the issues at hand that require deliberations.

The meetings of the executive shall be presided over by the county chief in person.

MEMBERS OF THE SUB-COUNTY COMMITTEE

  1. Sub-county chief
  2. Deputies of the sub-county
  3. Parish chiefs
  4. Departmental sub-county
  5. Departmental sub-county leaders.

(NB) The committee shall have its meetings held every after a month.

All sub-county chiefs shall only meet Buganda prime minister once in a year. This meeting shall take place in the month of July.

All sub-county chiefs shall meet the ministers in charge of local government once in a year in the month of April.

MEMBERS OF THE SUB-COMMITTEE.   

EXECUITIVE COMMITTEE;

  1. Sub-county chief
  2. Deputies of the sub-county chief.
  3. Departmental sub-county leaders.

(NB) The meetings of the executive shall be held depending on preparations made and the urgency of the matters at hand.

The sub-county chief in person shall chair the meetings of the executive

MEMBERS OF THE PARISH COMMITTEE.

  1. Parish chief
  2. Deputy parish chiefs
  3. Departmental sub-county leaders.

(NB) The meeting will be held every month.

MEMBERS OF THE PARISH EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

  1. Parish chief
  2. Deputies of the parish chief
  3. Departmental parish leaders

The meeting will be held every month.

(NB) The meetings of the executive shall be held depending on preparations made and the urgency of the matters at hand.

The parish chief in person shall chair the meetings

MEMBERS OF THE VILLAGE COMMITTEE.

  1. Village chief
  2. The King’s subjects at village level

(NB) The meeting shall be held every month

4.1.10 MEMBERS OF THE VILLAGE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

  1. Village chief
  2. Deputies of village chief
  3. Village departmental leaders.

(NB) The meetings shall be held depending on preparations and the urgency of the matter at hand.

The meetings of the executive shall be chaired by the village chief in person

The village committee shall be held every week.

5.0 DEPARTMENTS OF KINGDOM LEADERSHIP STRUCTURE

  1. Secretary
  2. Chairperson
  3. Treasurer
  4. Officer in-charge of community welfare.
  5. Officer in-charge of education
  6. Officer in-charge of Agriculture animal husbandry and environmental affairs.
  7. Officer in-charge of Health
  8. Officer in-charge of Co-operatives
  9. Officer in-charge of Culture, traditional heritage and tourism.
  10. Officer in-charge of Women affairs
  11. Officer in-charge of people with disabilities
  12. Officer in-charge of Gender
  13. Officer in-charge of Sports for male, youth affairs and Arts.
  14. Officer in-charge of female youth affairs, Sports and Arts.
  15. Officer in-charge of in charge of information, mobilization and research
  16. Officer in-charge of co-operatives, commerce and fisheries and development
  17. Officer in-charge of lands, housing and land treasures
  18. Officer in-charge of legal affairs at county level

(NB) The persons in-charge of the above departments are known as departmental leaders

  • THE DEPARTMENT NORM OF EVERY LEVEL WITHIN ALL COUNTIES
    • Every department shall have the executive committee with members under the mentioned jurisdictions as guided and other members necessary for the department existence.

These are the positions of every executive committee

  1. Chairperson of that department
  2. Deputy chairperson
  3. Secretary
  4. Treasurer
  5. Information officer
  6. Two other members from other departments in relation to the department as earlier mentioned above
    • POSITIONS THAT ARE MET TO BE AT EVERY DEPARTMENT;
  7. chairperson of the committee
  • officer in-charge of protocol
  • meeting coordinating officer
  1. Secretary and the secretariat
  • Auditor of different documents.
  • Co-ordinator of all programs of different departments
  • Protocol officer
  • Suspensory officer of the various minutes
  1. Treasurer
  • Financial committee coordinator
  • Financial auditor
  • Officer n charge of kingdom treasures
  1. COMMUNITY SOCIAL WELFARE
  • COMMUNITY WELFARE
  • Social community welfare
  • Exemplary Homestead with our communities.
  1. Education
  • Principal Kabaka education fund
  • Principal in charge of government schools
  • Principal in charge of private schools.
  • Principal in charge of parents affairs
  • Principal in charge of teachers affairs
  1. Agriculture
  • Officer in charge of farming
  • Officer in charge of fisheries
  • Officer in charge of environment affairs

 

  1. Health
  • Principal in charge of the general welfare of Hospitals
  • Principal in charge of social welfare and sanitation.
  • Principal in charge of community arrangements that promotes awareness against HIV/AIDS
  • Principal in charge of Health department
  1. Co-operatives
  • Principal in charge of monitoring and supervising developmental plans at homestead level
  • Principal in charge of all co-operatives
  1. Commerce
  • Principal in charge of markets
  • Principal in charge of industries
  • Principal in charge of projects
  1. Land
  • Principal in charge of Housing
  • Officer in charge of general duties of various kingdom premises
  1. Gender
  • Principal in charge of Male
  • The old
  • The children

 

  • HOW RESPONSIBILITIES ARE SHARED AT DEPARTMENTAL LEVELS  BETWEEN THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT AND THE DEPUTIES
    • AT COUNTY LEVEL
      • COUNTY CHIEF
  1. Administration
  2. County committee
  3. Secretariat
  4. Tre surely
  5. Information and mobilization
  6. Officer in charge of legal officers
    • 1stDeputy county chief
  • Education
  • Sports and youth county affairs
  • Lands, Housing and lands treasury
  • Culture traditions and Heritage
  • Co-operatives

5.2.13 2nd Deputy county chief

  • Community welfare
  • Gender
  • People with disability
  • Agriculture, animal husbandry and environment affairs.
  • Commerce, markets and developmental programs.
  • Health

(NB) The distribution of responsible is meant to ensure that all chiefs effectively execute their mandates game to them by the kabaka not isolating the fact that the county chief remains the Head and the central figure in whatever that is being done within the county. Therefore, his deputies are meant to report to him all that takes place within the different departments monitoring and guidance to ensure effective implementation of the kingdom agenda.

The same is also done at sub-county level with the same intent however, this shall be done by the minister in-charge of local government.

  • AT SUB-COUNTY LEVEL
  1. Administration
  2. Sub-county committee or parish committee or village committee.
  3. Secretariat
  4. Treasure
  5. Information and mobilization
  6. Community welfare
  7. Women
  8. Gender
  9. People with disabilities

5.2.2.2 Deputies

  • Education
  • Sports and youth
  • Lands, Housing and Lands treasures
  • Cultural Heritage and Tourism
  • Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and environmental affairs
  • Commerce, markets and strategic planning and development.
  • Health
    • AT PARISH LEVEL
      • PARISH CHIEF
  1. Administration
  2. Parish committee or sub-parish committee or village committee.
  3. Secretariat
  4. Treasury
  5. Information and mobilization welfare
  6. Community welfare
  7. Women
  8. Gender
  9. People with disabilities
    • DEPUTIES  
  • Education
  • Sports and youth
  • Lands, Housing and Lands treasures
  • Cultural Heritage and Tourism
  • Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and environmental affairs
  • Commerce, markets and strategic planning and development.
  • Health
    • AT VILIAGE LEVEL  
      • VILLAGE CHIEF
  1. Administration
  2. Sub-county chief committee or sub-parish committee or village committee.
  3. Secretariat
  4. Treasury
  5. Information and mobilization welfare
  6. Community welfare
  7. Women
  8. Gender
  9. People with disabilities
    • DEPUTY
  • Education
  • Sports and youth
  • Lands, Housing and Lands treasures
  • Cultural Heritage and Tourism
  • Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and environmental affairs
  • Commerce, markets and strategic planning and development.
  • Health

HEALTH

  • (NB) it is the same case as in THE (NB) of 2.1.3 except that in this case the sub-county chief, the parish chief and village chief remain heads and their deputies report to them only that it takes place within the departments within their jurisdictions for effective fulfillment of the kingdom programs.
  • There shall also be distribution of responsibilities between the parish chief and the deputy, sub-county chief and the deputy for effective monitoring of the day-to-day kingdom activities, this shall be done by the county chief together with his deputy.
  • There shall be distribution of villages between the parish chief and his deputy in order to follow and name immediate guidance on day-to-day activities, this shall be done by the sub-county chief together with his deputy.

 

  • SYSTEMATIC LEADERSHIP STRUCTURE OF VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS

The Head of that level within the leadership structure guide every department leader.

  • All leaders of various departments at this level formulate the committee for a level above their department
  1. All leaders of various department at the village level constitute a committee at the parish level.
  2. All leaders of various departments at the parish level constitute a committee at the sub-county level for the same department
  • All leaders of various department at the sub-county level constitute a committee for the same department at the county level.

(NB) King’s subjects at the village level for the village committee. Therefore all king’s subjects at the village level deliberate on issues affecting every village committee department within this village committee depending on the urgency and advance preparations of meeting to meet the demands at hands at village level.

The leader in charge of legal affairs at the county level assists in ensuring that qualifying person are got to constitute the legal affairs committee at the county.

  • The leaders of different departments at every level can ably appoint other three people to join their committee on the basis off their expertise in various fields and experience people who are appointed in this regard must have the qualities expected out of the leaders of the king. The leader of the department to appoint these people must make extensive consultations from the senior citizens of king’s subjects and the process is carried out again with the consent of the king’s leader at that very level.
  • The leader of the department at every level appoints on executive committee from the department committee members who must not be below five people. There people are then given responsibilities depending on the need of the department and the demands from the ministry of local government.

All the above is done under the guidance and supervision of king’s leader at that level.

  • Every departmental leader at every level assumes the position of the chairperson of the department committee and the executive committee of the same department at that level.
  • The department must have an office at every level. This must be a place where all the department documents are kept. In case of there is a failure of requiring an office, all the necessary documents for that department shall therefore be kept  by the king’s departmental leader at each level.

DEPARTMENTS AND THEIR RESPONSIBILITIES

The following are the responsibilities of all the departments within local government.

  1. Ensuring implementation of the kingdom programs intending to revive Buganda lost glory as guided within the five pillars to which the kingdom bases its routine activities as shown below;
  • Consolidating and protecting the position of the kingdom.
  • Ensuring federalism system as a strategy for ensuring justice.
  • Ensuring protection of the kingdom treasures including those within the land protecting Buganda and its boundaries and ensuring environment reservation
  • Ensuring selfless working of this era and enhancing the general welfare of the king’s subjects through promoting innovations among the subjects of the king in order to better their lives.
  • Ensuring unity among the king’s subjects.
  1. Ensuring conceptualization of the modern kingdom operations among the king’s subjects of which include, innovation, transparency, passion for what they do selfless working and embracing these modern systems of operation.
  2. Maintaining a high level of confidentiality of the affairs in relation to the king and the kingdom at large.
  3. Ensuring proper co-ordination between a department and the ministry where the some department has got its responsibilities of serving king’s subjects in order to case accessibility of king’s subjects to benefiting easily from the programs of the same ministry on times and following easily updates from the ministry
  4. Maintaining a good relationship between a department and government department in all programs intending to benefit king’s subjects.
  5. Accepting to serve under the supervision and monitoring of the king’s chiefs at every level of the chiefs’ leadership.

Putting in place a policy ensuring co-ordination of all the kingdom department activities at every level.

  • Ensuring brotherly and sisterhood supportive in leadership under instances of joy and sorrow.

All departments do the following below;

In order for them to ably meet their obligations and responsibilities mentioned above;

  1. Make work plan of the department together with the department budget.
  2. Departmental leaders must actively participate and be part of the kingdom organized function.
  3. Organizing workshops intending to uplift departmental performances depending on the department responsibilities.
  4. Putting in place a policy for ensuring meetings of department meetings and ensuring that they sit and do perform to their expectations.

The department must start up a project to provide income that will sustain the department day-to-day activities and the kingdom activities as well.

  1. Department leaders shall make reports as guided at every level of leadership structure, give a copy to the county chief with a signature from the deputy who is in charge of the department to which the letter is addressed. the other copy is given to the departmental head above the same department with a signature of the deputy county chief in charge of the department showing his consent about the content in the letter.
  2. The department must fully participate in all kingdom activities, which binds all at that level as guided by the county leadership.
  3. Responsibilities of the various heads of departments.

THE SECRETARIAT AND THE SECRETARY

Is responsible for following up every activity within the county departments and on various levels of leadership as a whole. He or She must write and keep documents in a modern way through doing the following things,

  1. Through organisation of the secretariat in a way that makes all documents accessibility.
  2. Is supposed to oversee whatever takes place within the secretariat through ensuring proper storage, close monitoring and guidance within the secretariat.
  3. Ensuring proper arthrography while writing appropriate usage of the language all under the guidance of the officer in charge of legal affairs in preparations of official documents.
  4. Should ensure receipt of the documents sent accompanied with evidence.
  5. Ensuring confidentiality of the information within documents through proper storage and allocating documents to the right people
  6. Should ensure proper filling of all documents.
  7. Ensuring proper coordination and peaceful working relations at the place of work.

Treasurer

The treasurer is responsible for the smooth running of funds in the department and monitoring the funds at the lower level.

Major responsibilities

  1. Gathers ideas from departments and other committees on the mobilization and spending of funds of the kingdom, in order to widen his ideas on his responsibilities.
  2. To create avenues following the implementation laws without contradicting with the kingdom’s regulations.
  3. To generate projects at the department level and monitor them at all levels for their smooth running to benefit the kings subjects.
  4. To marge all committee budgets and form one working budget, to be presented for discussion and until it is approved in the general departmental committee (village, parish, sub county and county level). The budget is then submitted to the parish chief.
  5. To ensure that the budget is implemented accordingly.
  6. To prepare all documents with transparency on how funds are received and spent.
  7. To ensure that there is an account with the bank, where money is transacted at all levels and he is the signatory and its known by the kingdom’ treasurer.
  8. To ensure that all the kingdom’s assets and resources are well documented and well kept in a confidential way.
  9. To monitor the utilization of all kingdom resources by ensuring that they are properly utilized according to the regulations set by the kingdom.
  10. To ensure that nobody selfishly utilizes or gives away the kingdom’s resources and assets.
  11. To organize workshops on developing and mentoring the department at which he/she serves ad all other levels.

 

 

 

Owabulungibwansi

He/she is responsible for spearheading all programs established on reviving the environment and the nation at large.

Roles/Responsibilities

  1. To establish implementation work plans in order to sensitize the king’s subjects.
  2. To plan and promote environmental conservation in the young generation in homesteads and to ensure that the king’s subjects understand its aims.
  3. To establish programs to promote environmental conservation in schools and other institutions of learning.
  4. To establish an environmental conservation storage facility and outsource equipment.
  5. To organize regular environmental conservation programs in big community masses every last Saturday of every month at every level.
  6. To collaborate with health organizations to uplift health standards of homesteads.
  7. To establish sensitization methods of creating an awareness in the importance of utilization of garbage, its danger and proper banking at each community level.
  8. To establish strategies of mobilizing the king’s subjects to participate in environmental conservation programs in weeks before the memorial celebration of the king’s coronation day on 8thJuly every year.
  9. To take care of all county headquarters and other important places of the kingdom.
  10. To establish strategies of uplifting educational programs in communities for quality schools.

Commissioner in-charge of education

He/her is in-charge of all educational programs in the community.

Roles

  1. To establish strategies to promote the kingdom’s educational programs in schools.
  2. To establish plans towards parents, teachers, head teachers and school directors that enable them to develop strategies of uplifting the quality standards of education in their communities.
  3. To strengthen working relationship with the Ministry of culture, tourism and Heritage that the promotion of our mother tongue (Luganda) is emphasized in schools in addition to culture and norms.
  4. To establish strategies in order to guide the learners on what will be thought to them.
  5. To encourage parents on meeting their obligations of grooming and educating their children.
  6. To know the progress of all educational programs and establish strategies on uplifting all educational programs.
  7. To seek for opportunities towards the youth to enable them access educational services and make the king’s subjects aware about the opportunities.
  8. To enable the youth to engage in accessing bursaries themselves through the right channels/protocol, follow them in schools in homesteads follow them in schools, and home where they come from.
  9. To establish strategies which will enable the youth to benefit from their school holidays.
  10. To provide ideals to the kingdom on how it can establish schools and institutions of higher learning.
  11. To advise trainers of leaders and the king’s subjects who were educated in different educational levels, by implementing the educational skills and facilitate in workshops.

The leader in charge of Agriculture and environment   

He/she is responsible for the promotion of agriculture and environment conservation.

Roles

  1. To establish strategies to interest the kings subjects in investing in agriculture, fishing and in modern livestock framing in a business sense.
  2. To know the challenges farmers they go through and report them kingdom agencies responsible.
  3. To advise the king’s subjects on modern technical farming and livestock framing.
  4. To implement the kingdom’s strategies in the fight against poverty through livestock framing and fishing.
  5. To mobilize homesteads to establish the king’s and the Queen’s garden at a good standard.
  6. To collaborate with the ministry of co-operative and investment to make sure that the farmers’ products have ready market.
  7. To establish demonstrational farming gardens mainly on coffee, banana conservation methods.
  8. To collaborate with the ministry of lands to ensure that the land at the county is properly utilized in agriculture and livestock projects in order to implement the king’s directive to the local government leaders (county chiefs)
  9. To collaborate with community events managers to ensure that the kingdom’s directive of planting trees at every function is achieved for future environmental conservation.
  10. Ro lay strategies in the fight against environmental in the fight against environmental degradation.

Health officer

Is responsible for keeping good standards of health among the king’s subjects in the community.

Roles

  1. To establish strategies that will be followed in the promotion of community hygiene among the kings subjects in the community.
  2. To emphasize the implementation of health proposed by the kingdom and monitoring them.
  3. To directly engage in all kingdom health programs.
  4. To work with the department of environmental conservation (Bulungibwansi) to revive and uplift standard health values in each homestead.
  5. To instantly report abrupt health issues from the community to authorities.
  6. To adivse on how the kingdom can establish good health facilities in communities.
  7. To uplift good community health hygiene.
  8. To follow up/monitor good standards implementation strategies of community hospitals.
  9. To coordinate activities of traditional doctors.

Cooperatives and investments officer

His or her responsibility is to spearhead and uplift togetherness among the king’s subjects

Roles

  1. To outsource for the kingdom plans for cooperatives establishments in order to revive, monitor and emphasing that they are run in a professional way with sensitivity.
  2. To sensitize the king’s subject the spirit of saving.
  3. To establish exhibition plans for the king’s subject to exhibit their development status.
  4. To set up competitions in cooperative establishments
  5. To set up role modal committees to serve as examples and modals this will involve a male, female and youth from various cooperative activities.
  6. To provide for cooperatives storage facilities as they prepare for better market for the produce.

Culture, Norms Tourism and Heritage.

His/her responsibility is to ensure that all cultural norms are well preserved and promoted historical tourism sites.

Roles

  1. To understand the dynamics of Buganda’s cultural norms in order to promote them.
  2. To establish strategies in order to safe guard all Buganda’s historical sites like palaces, hills, rivers/springs, traditional tress etc.
  3. To establish strategies in order to sensitize the king’s subjects about Buganda’s cultural norms.
  4. To establish massive strategies which will enable the public to engage in the re-construction of the tombs.
  5. To research about other foreign cultural norms which associate with Buganda kingdom and the outcomes to be well documented and forwarded to the ministry of culture. Tourism and heritage.
  6. To establish strategies that will enable and instill the sensitization of Buganda’s traditional way of living.
  7. To research about Buganda’s tourism and heritage sites as well as making strategies to ensure their development in order to generate income to the kingdom.
  8. To promote Buganda’s traditional language (Luganda) among the king’s subjects.
  9. To monitor the status and utilization of all clan headquarters.
  10. To ensure that the upbringing of the young generation is based on culture and traditional norms.
  11. To ensure that the works of traditional healers and religious leaders do not contradict with culture.
  12. To advise and clarify about the values and importance of Buganda’s culture to the king’s subjects.
  13. To give the rightful explanation of Buganda’s culture and norms.

Women’s representative

She is responsible for mobilizing women and other king’s subjects according to their gender to take part in each activity, which aimed at up lifting the kingdom.

Roles

  1. Mobilizing women to maintain peacefully their positions in their families and be reminded of their responsibility and their rights
  2. Deriving ways, which can enable women, protect their dignity within their homesteads.
  3. Making advance preparations that shall enable women be fronted in the services and helping them meet what is expected out of them.
  4. Coming up with strategic plans that can help in the fight against the spread of HIV/AIDS amongst children.
  5. Coming up with  strategic plans that shall help revive the rightful upbringing of children just as it was traditionally .

Gender

He is responsible for the gender of elderly (men or women) girls and boys in the uplifting of their social general being as well as ensuring their active participation in work, which is intended in the uplifting of the position of the kingdom.

Roles

Collecting information of the type of gender which is privileged and the other which are less or under privileged and ensuring advance preparations for them that shall enable them promote their development and their involvements in the kingdom activities.

Ensuring that at every level of the executive committee for each department, there is someone responsible for gender.

Ensuring that men do meet their responsibility at home as well as on the committees they serve.

Ensuring that no person or persons are marginalized based on their gender for example, woman, man, girl and others.

The person in charge of youths (boys and girls as well as sports and talent)

His/she is responsible for ensuring the promotion of social welfare of the youths in talent identification and its promotion in relation to quality sports.

Roles

Making preparations for the implementation of the strategic plan of the ministry that shall mobilize youths support and actively involved in;

  1. Strategic plans of the re-construction consolidation and development of the kingdom.
  2. Making preparations for the implementation of all the programs of the ministry of youths that intend to empower youths, consolidation and uplifting of the youths groups of Buganda within counties and in various institutions.
  3. Ensuring that all youth from various institutions remain actively involved in all kingdom programs by monitoring them.
  4. Chairing all programs that are brought by the youth, Sports and talent ministry that intend to promote all kinds of sports and mobilization active participation of the youths in them.
  5. Outing in place youth committee at all levels.
  6. Mobilizing the youth to participate actively in the kingdom programs and work at all levels.
  7. Putting in place Nkobazombogo associations within schools in various communities and ensuring there activeness.
  8. Accepting being lawful servants before the king’s chiefs and the leadership of the youth within the same department at the supreme level.
  9. Ensuring togetherness and coordination (unity) of the various youth associations in these communities, which include the kingdom services and others.
  10. Empowering the youth about ethics traditions, norms and prophet conduct.
  11. Ensuring consolidation of the various activities within the department of youth, sports and recreation at all levels.
  12. Advocating for strategic struggles under the guidance of the county chief together within the department leader with an intent of protecting the kingship.

INFORMATION, MOBILIZATION AND RESEARCH OFFICER.

He is responsible for investigating the general welfare of the people within the community, historical background of Buganda within the community and mobilization of the people of the king or king’s subjects in all the kingdom programs through performance of the following things;

  1. Making thorough arrangements for the spread of the kingdom information, from the community and the information that comes in the community under the guidance of king’s leader who is in charge of that level.
  2. Collecting information within the community and in the nearby areas, editing and making preparations of spreading it at every department responsible or different persons suitable or responsible for it.
  3. Coming up with arrangements of massive mobilization of people who can afford to actively participate in all affairs intending to restore the kingdom lost glory.
  4. Making research in our communities regarding their history and investigative research about matters at hand and elsewhere and making reports about conclusions, which shall be kept in the secretariat at that level or its next level.
  5. Establishing a good relationship with all journalists within the community and maintaining this good relationship with all media channels within this community.
  6. Bringing all journalists together on behalf of the kingdom which may include media channels heads of departments of these channels and other different associations.

OFFICER IN-CHARGE OF COMMERCE CO-OPERATIVES PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT.

This one is responsible for planning and developing strategic plans that intend to uplift the general welfare of the people socially, uplifting the performances of projects, industry, co-operatives and commerce through the following attempts.

  1. Establishing the various challenges that these business people go through and report the findings to the kingdom departments responsible for these affairs.
  2. Finding out information in relation to commerce, co-operations and development and coming up with plans of making the king’s subjects access them.
  3. Mobilizing co-operative members to set up co-operatives within the community.
  4. Coordinating the department of agriculture, fisheries and animal husbandry and ensuring that all its products do have market.
  5. Identifying all the possible obstacles to development, reporting them to the kingdom department responsible and devising various way of overcoming them at that very level.
  6. Coming up with strategic plans that will enable the development of the county, sub-county, parish, village and king’s subjects.
  7. Organizing workshops intending to enhance king’s subjects to develop to themselves.
  8. Establishing a good working relationship and healthy competition amongst the king’s subjects most especially those doing similar activities.

OFFICER IN-CHARGE OF LANDS AND HOUSING

This one is responsible for reminding the king’s subjects about productive usage of land and housing at the county level of the kingdom and therefore he does the following;

  1. Making strategic plans of productive usage of land and building which shall enable king’s subjects use both land and buildings responsibly, benefiting in this land and houses, land reservation and protection.
  2. Making plans which shall enable king’s subjects build houses which do benefit them.
  3. Conceptualizing the kingdom position on land and kingdom buildings.
  4. Making arrangements of massive awareness and constant reminding of king’s subjects about the kingdom strategy on land and housing.
  5. Constant visiting of different kingdom land sites and housing and immediate reporting to the kingdom of the status quo.
  6. Establishing rightful information regarding kingdom duildings and lands and reporting to the kingdom leader at that level so as to also push the same on the next level.
  7. Collecting timely proposals that shall enable subjects in-charge of land and buildings of the kingdom smoothen its management.
  8. Constant reminding of the department of agriculture, animal husbandry and environment to ensure that the kingdom land is properly utilized in line with the above mentioned activities must especially the must be done projects as guided by the king of Buganda kingdom which include coffee projects, banana plantation projects on county land.
  9. Ensuring that the kingdom land policy and housing as declared by the cabinet are strictly adhered to by these concerned.

PEOPLE WITH DISABILITY

This one is responsible for ensuring that the general social welfare of people with different disabilities are uplifted and ensuring their active participation in different activities intending to uplift the kingdom depending on the nature of the individual disability. Therefore, he does the following roles;

  1. Knowing statistics of people with disability within the community and fully registering them and the detailed information about them.
  2. Coming up with arrangements that can enable people with disabilities keep up to date.
  3. Finding out the different challenges that people with disability face and coming up with strategic plans of overcoming it.
  4. Ensuring that on the executive committee of every level there is someone responsible about the virus individual disabilities.
  5. Ensuring that those with disabilities that need urgent assistance are helped shown the way to the needed urgent assistance required.

OFFICER IN-CHAGRE OF LEGAL MATTERS

  1. He is responsible for ensuring that all matters that require the attention legally are solved through working together with the county chief.
  2. Giving legal assistance on all matters that require legal adviser to the county chief and other chiefs.
  3. Organizing mediation arbitration sites and ensuring a variable settlement of all disputes within counties.
  4. Coming up with contracts and (MOUs) within counties at every level and in all departments through the office of the Buganda Attorney general.
  5. Ensuring preparation and attainment of keys legal documents and ensuring their utmost safety keeping as it is done to other useful documents.
  6. Carrying out an investigate study on all matters within a county that have relations to the law and pushing to its conclusions as required
  7. Giving legal advise on all matters within the community which require legal advising and guiding on how the arbitration sites should be managed.