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Ggwanga Mujje 2018 Insurance Enrollment

On October 20th, 2017, Fred Katende, the President of Ggwanga Mujje, sent out an important communication regarding changes to our Insurance Program.  If you are a participant in the program, please take a moment to download  and read it if you did not receive it.  As explained then, due to reasons beyond our control, our insurance program is continuing with reduced benefits and slightly increased premiums. The President's October 20th letter can be downloaded from this   link  


Ggwanga Mujje Boston - 2017 Elections Calendar and Resources

Ggwanga Mujje Boston will hold elections for its executive leadership positions on August 6th, 2017.  Nominations are due to the Chairman of the Electoral Commission (Haji Mohamed Ssebulime  781 249 0482) by July 16, 2017.  These are the important dates:

July 16, 2017: Nominations due (download nomination form below)

July 29, 2017: Ggwanga Mujje Annual Picnic at Felipino Park in Watertown. Nominees will introduce themselves

August 6, 2017: Elections (4pm to 6pm, St Mary's Catholic Church, 133 School St, Waltham, MA)

PLEASE NOTE THAT ONLY GGWANGA MUJJE MEMBERS IN GOOD STANDING ARE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE ELECTIONS. (A current list of members in good standing can be downloaded from below)



Nomination form  

Members in Good Standing



The Mobile Van Clinic Project (MVCP) campaign was an outcome of a resolution that was adapted by the 7th Ttabamiruka International Conference held in Boston in September 2012. Ggwanga Mujje Boston (GMB) was given the responsibility of spearheading and coordinating a fundraising campaign targeting all Baganda living in North America ( USA and Canada) and their friends. The goal was to raise a sum of $120,000 from generous Ugandans in the diaspora and to reach out to charity organizations to raise funds for the  purchase of  a Mobile Van Clinic to be donated to Buganda Kingdom. The consensus in the resolution at the Ttabamiruka Convention was that every family  was expected to contribute at least US $300. The campaign was therefore envisaged to mobilize 400 families to meet the $120,000 needed. 


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