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14:38

Mental Health Activists Decry Shortage of Psychiatrists 3 1

Derrick Kiiza, the Executive Director of Mental Health Uganda disclosed that there are only 43 psychiatrists in Uganda who are deployed in Mulago and Butabika National Referral Hospitals and four regional referral hospitals offering mental health services.
12:36
12:36

Mbarara District Council Rejects Sub County Land Committee Members 4

For Bukiro and Bubaare sub-counties, their district councillors said that the names brought to the council for approval had not been taken through the sub-county councils for verification and so were not fit for approval by the district council.
10:11
10:11

Chinese Firm Contracted to Rehabilitate USMID Roads in Gulu City World Bank 1 1

The roads include Oola Lubaro Road, Vincent Opiyo Road, Lakana Odongkara Road, Francis Barabanawe Road, Onono Road and Nelson Mandela Road.
16:30
16:30

Urgently Recall Sexual Offences Bill Says Akina Mama wa Afrika fida uganda 1 Top story

The groups says instead of criminalizing sex work, specific regulatory frameworks should be put in place to protect sex workers and grant them the same rights as any other laborer.

Business and finance

17:28
17:28

Oil Companies Opt to Pump Crude Through Pipeline Using Solar EACOP

The energy will be used at the six pump stations along the pipeline, two of them located at Kabaale industrial park in Hoima and in Sembabule in Uganda. Pump stations are large industrial facilities that maintain the flow and pressure of oil by receiving oil from the pipeline, re-pressurizing it, and sending it back into the pipeline system.
15:05
15:05

Buganda Asks Museveni to Prioritize Return of Kingdom Property in New Term Buganda Kingdom 3 1

In his address on Monday to the special Lukiiko at Bulange, Mengo, the Kingdom Prime Minister Charles Peter Mayiga, demanded that the government returns property and pays money owed to the Kingdom.
14:16
14:16

Foreign Nationals’ Hotel Bookings Rise to 28% in Uganda attract tourists 1 1

Bradford Ochieng, the Deputy Chief Executive Officer Uganda Tourism Board revealed in an interview with Uganda Radio Network recently that the bookings in the Country which dropped from 76% in 2019 to 2% during the lockdown have now recovered to a promising 28% between October 2020 and April this year.
11:38
11:38

Arocha Primary School Seeks UGX 200M to Rehabilitate Classrooms 3 2

The school with more than 2,000 pupils has classroom blocks that are dilapidated with a leaking roof, broken ceiling boards and sinks, inadequate and non-functional toilets coupled with limited space.

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