Denmark–Uganda relations are foreign relations between Denmark and Uganda. Denmark has an embassy in Kampala, and Uganda has an embassy in Copenhagen. Diplomatic relations were established on 1 April 1968. On 12 November 1971, Denmark and Uganda signed a treaty on a Danish Government loan to Uganda. Bilateral relations between Denmark and Uganda are described as strong.
After the signing of the Uganda Anti-Homosexuality Act, 2014, 50 million DKK a year of Danish subsidies were rerouted away from the Ugandan government and towards civil organizations, with plans to do the same for all 310 million.  
- Danish embassy in Kampala
- Ugandan embassy in Copenhagen
- Denmark and Uganda
- Agreement on a Danish Government loan to Uganda. Signed at Kampala on 12 November 1971
- A Warm Welcome
- Røndbjerg-Christensen, Heidi (February 24, 2014). "Minister vil sende 50 mio. danske bistandskroner uden om Ugandas regering". Berlingske. Retrieved September 22, 2017.
- Andersen, Keld Vrå (February 24, 2014). "Danmark ændrer bistand efter Ugandas nye homolov". TV 2 (Denmark). Retrieved September 22, 2017.
- Astrup, Elisabeth (February 24, 2014). "Fra i dag kan Uganda sende homoseksuelle i fængsel på livstid". Politiken. Retrieved September 9, 2017.
- Uganda-Denmark Partnership
- Innovative practices in planning and implementation of Danish support to Water Sector Development
- Tech Change Uganda 2009
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