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Welcome to the NSSF E-statement feature. In our continued effort to serve NSSF members better, we have enhanced the e-statement feature to make it more user-friendly, quicker and easier and to access your e-statement online.

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Welcome to the NSSF pre-registration feature. Please note that only non-registered members are to use this feature.

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Employee pre-registration

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Employer pre-registration

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Customer query

Welcome to the NSSF customer query feature. In our continued effort to serve NSSF members better, we have enhanced the e-statement feature to make it more user-friendly, quicker and easier and to access your e-statement online.

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Friends with Benefits Season 2 Entry form


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General Feedback

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Report Fraud

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Report a defaulting employer

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Benefits follow up

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The NSSF covers all employers who have 5 or more employees between 16 and 55 years of age, with the exception of employees under the Government Pensions Act. The NSSF Act requires a registered employer is required to pay contributions to the Fund for his\her employees every month during which he/she pays salaries.

The NSSF Act also provides for voluntary membership for employers with less than 5 employees.

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NSSF collects members' contributions and invests them judiciously, and pays commensurate benefits to qualifying members. The money collected is maintained on individual member accounts, invested and earns an annual interest depending on our return on investments.

NSSF's Investment Policy provides for clear guidelines on investments. The Board and Management are mandated by the NSSF Act to invest the money on behalf of the NSSF members. Currently, NSSF has various investment interests in real estate, equities, and fixed income. The benefit for the member is that the member is assured of secure retirement.

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NSSF administers and pays qualified contributing persons the following benefits;
Exempted Employment
Emigration Grant

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Contact info

  • Plot 1 Pilkington Road,
    Workers House, 14th Floor

  • P.O Box 7140, Kampala, Uganda
  • Email: customerservice@nssfug.org
  • Phone: +256 313-331-755
  • Toll free: 0800 286 773
  • Website: www.nssfug.org

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Corporate Social Responsibility

NSSF: A socially responsible organisation

The National Social Security Fund has been socially responsible, through several social and community initiatives that are being undertaken. From our perspective, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a commitment to ensure promotion of social and environmental well being of the communities in which we do business.

The Fund's CSR interventions will make a deliberate attempt to develop and build the very basics that support a decent life within our community. We will also lead the way on good corporate citizenship.


Our approach

The Fund's approach to CSR will be three-fold: Building partnerships We will undertake collaboration and partnership with local institutions and communities. Each partner will have a specific role in the implementation of our initiatives.


Building Partnerships                                                                                                                    

We will seek to build partnerships with credible organisations/ institutions for our CSR interventions.


Good corporate citizenship                                                                                                           

Premised on the view that the Fund has a role to play in sustainable development and well being of the community in which we do business, we will take responsibility for our actions that impact communities.


Corporate philanthropy                                                                                                                  

We will from time to time give back to the community in form of ad hoc contributions to support worthy causes.


The Fund's CSR interventions will focus on the disadvantaged persons within our environment and the donations will target groups and not individuals. These include:


The youth form a significant proportion of the Fund's membership and majority of potential future membership. The youth further form a significant section of the student population who are potential Fund members.


2. Education                                                                                                                           

There is need to access quality education especially for the disadvantaged groups in the communities. Provision of quality education will entail various aspects of the system, from which we can identify specific areas of to focus.


3. Health                                                                                                                                    

The need for health services has become more critical as many of our members and the communities in which we do business can hardly afford it.


4. The Disadvantaged                                                                                                      

These will include the elderly groups in society. The elderly community comprises the majority members who are vulnerable.