Malaba is a town in Tororo District, Eastern Uganda, on Uganda’s eastern border with Kenya. The town is located on the main highway between Kampala and Nairobi and is the 2nd busiest border post in Uganda.

It is located on the Northern corridor, which together with the Central Corridor connects the people of Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda. Additionally, these corridors also provide port access to the people of the Democratic Republic of Congo and southern Sudan. Trade along the corridors has a positive impact on the region and many initiatives have been undertaken to improve corridor efficiency.

First Opening

8 September 2009

Key Partners:

Soa AIDS Nederland, Ministry of Health (Uganda), Malaba Town Council (Uganda)

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East Africa


Northern Corridor

On the Malaba Tororo Road, next to the inland dry port, 200 meters from the Uganda revenue check point

Opening days/hours:

To be confirmed


Safe T Stop/FHI


Mr. Charles Ojullo


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