Welcome to Operation Wealth Creation

Our Main two Mandates are to;

Distribute farm inputs to Farmers and Coordinate Government Ministries, Departments, and Agencies for improved service delivery aimed at transforming the 68% Ugandans outside the Money Economy.

Commercial Agriculture

Mobilize Masses to Engage in Commercial Agriculture to boost Household Incomes

Boost Production

To distribute Inputs Equitably and Timely to Boost Household Productivity

Technological Upgrade

Allow Rural Farmers transform themselves into Smallscale Industrialists

Enterprise Development

To stimulate local and community enterprise development across the country

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To facilitate infrastructure development particularly in rural areas

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To Empower the 68% of the Population Outside the Money Economy

Why OWC

Operation Wealth Creation was launched by H.E the President of the Republic of Uganda in July 2013 as an intervention to efficiently facilitate national socio-economic transformation, with a focus on raising household incomes and wealth creation by transforming subsistence farmers into commercial farmers.

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Meet Our Directors

Meet some of our Directors at Operation Wealth Creation, who are foreseeing, mananging and making it happen Country over.

Gen. Salim Saleh

Chief Coordinator

Maj Gen. Sam Kavuma

Deputy Coordinator

M/s Sylvia Owori

Director Operations

Eng. John Wambogo

Director ICT

Our Projects

Here are some of our Projects that we Coordinate Country Over so as to to efficiently facilitate national socio-economic transformation, with a focus on raising household incomes and wealth creation by transforming subsistence farmers into commercial farmers to end Poverty.

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Our Partner Agencies

Operation Wealth Creation Coordinates government Ministries, Departments, and Agencies for improved service delivery aimed at transforming the 68% Ugandans outside the money economy.