NBS Housing Baraza Third edition under the themed ‘Celebrating Housing Champions’

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NBS TV in partnership with Housing Finance Bank and National Water and Habitat for Humanity, yesterday launched the Third Edition of the NBS Housing Baraza under the theme, ‘Celebrating Housing Champions’.
The Housing Baraza is an initiative committed to driving and sharing the latest knowledge and innovation, demonstrating best practices, and empowering consumers in the quest to achieve truly affordable housing for all Ugandans.
The third edition aims to recognize ingenuity in the quest to provide and obtain decent housing centered around developing, building, and financing homes.
Joseph Kigozi, CSO Next Media Services

Joseph Kigozi, Chief Strategy Officer Next Media Services

 Next Media’s vision is deeply rooted in informing Ugandans to transform them. You can’t do that if you don’t give them platforms like these. Ours is to tell stories and give a platform.
“The gap in housing gives us gas to push for the plan of decent housing. We continue to bring state holders to talk about issues affecting housing progress and opportunities in housing. Ours is to kick-start the conversation”.
Patrick Harry Oguru

Patrick Harry Oguru, Head Marketing, and Communications Housing Finance

The housing conversation must be heard. House ownership is everyone’s desire. It should be something our generation can achieve.
“Housing Finance Bank has for more than 50 years been committed to bridging the housing gap in Uganda. We’ve developed 100% house financing, we partner with low-cost developers, and also introduced incremental housing loans, among others”.
Eng. Kenneth Kaijuka

Eng. Kenneth Kaijuka, CEO National Housing and Construction Company

Eng. Kenneth Kaijuka, CEO National Housing and Construction Company: Housing isn’t about building four walls. It is the environment, services, and functionality you create.

“Housing needs long-term solutions as it is a long-term investment. We need to move from basic housing to long-term housing, housing that stays for generations”.