Amb. Marcel Tibaleka, on 11th April 2017, met with Eng. Forster Edwards from the German African Climate Change Integration Technology Institute (WECASS) to discuss ways of offering innovative solutions to affordable off-grid solar energy in rural areas of Uganda.
In 2007, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) declared Uganda a priority country for development cooperation. At the bilateral negotiations between the Ugandan and German governments, held in Kampala in May 2013, both sides agreed that this cooperation should focus on three main priority areas...
Amb. Marcel Tibaleka on 23rd March 2017 paid a courtesy call on Hon. Bernadette Marianne Gierlinger, Vice Minister of the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy (BMWFW) at her office in Vienna, Austria. The two sides discussed ways of creating an enterprise-friendly framework and environment for Ugandan and Austrian businesses and ensuring open market access to both countries.
Ambassador Marcel R. Tibaleka, on 27th March 2017, presented his Letters of Credence to His Excellency Mr. Janos Ader, President of the Republic of Hungary, during an official ceremony at Sandor Palace in Budapest.
H.E. Marcel Tibaleka, Uganda's Ambassador to Germany has called upon Polish entrepreneurs to move out of their comfort zones in Europe and consider investing in Africa where one can make super profits. He said it was wrong for people to continue talking about Africa as one homogeneous area and yet the continent comprises 54 distinctly different nations with their own trade and investment frameworks.
The OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) has, on 23rd March 2017, signed a US$14.3m public sector loan agreement with Uganda for the Vocational Education Project, Phase II. OFID Director-General Suleiman J Al-Herbish and H.E. Marcel Robert Tibaleka, Ambassador of Uganda to Germany signed the agreement.