MTN Uganda has become the Official Telecommunication Partner for the 19th Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) and G77 + China Third South Summits.
From the planning stage in November 2023 to the execution phase, MTN Uganda have been collaborating with the Government of Uganda to provide crucial support for the success of these significant events scheduled to take place at the Speke Resort in Munyonyo from the 15th to 20th January 2024 and 21st to 23rd January 2024, for the NAM and G77 + China Third South Summits, respectively.
Together with the Uganda Communications Commission, and the Ministry of ICT, MTN has provided 500 “Tourist” SIM cards with free voice (120 minutes) and a superfast data (5G) combo to ensure that delegates enjoy Uganda’s widest voice and data service. Strategic service points at the Airport and Convention Centre have also been set up to enhance the delegates’ experience,
MTN Uganda’s collaboration with the Government of Uganda as the official telecommunications partner, also encompasses the provision of strategic advisory and technical advice for branding the two summits. The branding commencing at Entebbe Airport, through all the routes, and venues the delegates will use, has been spearheaded by MTN to position Uganda as a choice destination for trade and investment, enhance awareness of these important meetings, and drive a sense of pride among Ugandans, for hosting such huge international gatherings in our country.
Uganda is not just a location for MTN; it is our home. And, in turn, MTN is a home for Uganda. We warmly welcome all delegates to the Pearl of Africa, and invite you to experience the warmth, beauty, and potential that our beloved nation embodies. MTN Uganda is honored to be recognized and designated as the official telecommunications provider of the NAM/ G77 Summits, and we are committed to ensuring their success.Ms. Mulinge Sylvia M.B.S, Chief Executive Officer, MTN Uganda
MTN Uganda extended its gratitude to the government agencies and partners like the Uganda Tourism Board, Uganda National Roads Authority, UNRA, Kampala Capital City Authority, Uganda Civil Aviation Authority, and the National Organizing Committee for their collaboration.