As a way of promoting literacy, Posta Uganda in collaboration with Uganda Communications Commission is organizing this year’s International letter writing competition for young people in Uganda............
As an activity to mark Pan African Postal Union (PAPU) day, Posta Uganda last Friday 18/01/13, made a donation to Sanyu Babies Home in Mengo...........
Uganda’s contribution to the global communications industry has been recognised once again and the country has been elected to sit on the prestigious Council of Administration of the (UPU).. .......
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Liability, Compensation & Inquiries Notice
Liability Of Postal Administration
If a registered item is lost, totally rifled or totally damaged, the sender shall be entitled to an indemnity of 30 SDR.
The indemnity for the loss, or theft, or damage to a registered M-bag shall be 150 SDR.
The indemnity for the loss of a parcel is 40 SDR and 4.50 SDR per kilogram. This is irrespective of the content in both the
registered letter and the parcel.
The sender of an item shall be liable for any damage caused to other postal items due to the dispatch of an article not
acceptable for conveyance or the non-observance of the conditions of acceptance.
The sender shall remain liable even if the office of posting accepts to convey a prohibited item.
Inquiries shall be entered within a period of six months from the day on which the it was posted.
Note: Genuine claims for compensation will be settled in Uganda shillings at the prevailing US Dollar rate.
You can also download the Liability, Compensation and Inquiries Notice.