Kamuntu said much as Uganda has embraced initiatives like REDD+, it is faced with a dilemma given that close to 90 percent of Ugandans who depend on fuel wood for energy and forests for farming, fishing and health.
She told the committee chaired by Kafeero Ssekitoleko, the Nakifuuma county MP that, Tumwebaze directed her through a phone call to sign the memorandum with CHEC on April 18th 2013 in disregard of the warning from the solicitor general.
Iddi Bateganya, the Iganga hospital senior administrator says the hospital gets Ugx 3 million to cover all its utility bills on a quarterly basis. This includes maintenance of cars, generators, and water, Fuel and electricity bills. According to Bateganya, the money is not enough to clear the bills which stretch to Ugx 7 Million.
Uganda spends up to US$8.1 Million on access to health facilities majorly to treat hygiene related illnesses. Another US$ 147 million is spent on deaths arising out of hygiene related infections, and US$1.9 million on epidemic outbreaks resulting from poor hygiene, Prime Minister, Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda says.
Kisiizi Hospital board is required to file a defence within fifteen days from the date of service of summons on it in the manner prescribed under Civil Procedure (Amendment) Rules. The summons were issued on December 02.
The joint opposition candidate secured the seat after a hotly contested race last month in which she defeated her closest rival Jane Frances Okilli Amongin (NRM) with a margin of 717 votes. She polled 7,420 against NRM's Jane Okilli who got 6,701 votes. The race attracted four contenders.
The disease presents itself with wounds all over the skin of an infected animal, tears and a discharge of mucus from the Nose and mouth, coughing, lack of appetite and breathing difficulties. According to Wandukwa, the infected animals die within a few days since the disease has no cure.
They are suggesting that all affirmative action seats should have one renewable term of office. The suggestion, once adopted, would limit the term of office for Women members of Parliament, Representatives for the workers, Youths and the disabled.
The Minister who visited the affected residents in Rwengabi trading center on Monday evening also conveyed the Omukama's sympathies to the affected people. Like other kingdom observers, Kiiza said the attacks were a work of wrong elements in the kingdom, acting without knowledge of the king.
The deceased jumped from the 6th floor through one of the windows of the Mabiriizi complex and fell onto the shape sparks of the metal fence of the transformer and died instantly, Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesman Patrick Onyango says.
Residents of Kabale district are bitter with the district leadership for failing to maintain and monitor the work of road gangs. Locals say that the absence of the road gangs has left several roads bushy and what should be minor maintenance work has not been done.
Parliament of Uganda's netball team captain Winifred Kiiza pointed out one Imelda Hingo, claiming that she is a professional netballer who shouldn't feature in such a tournament. Kiiza adds that fielding professionals is against the rules assented to by all East African member states.
Dr. Nicholas Kauta, the Director of Animal Resources at the Directorate of Animal Resources, Department of Livestock Health and Entomology said the suspension was done following a remarkable improvement of Foot and Mouth disease situation in the country.
The recordings that had landed the police officer in trouble were part of the 87 tapes of different persons interviewed in an investigation into an alleged plot to assassinate Gen Kayihura. Police records indicated that the police officer gave the recordings in question to Jacqueline Mbabazi, the wife of former Prime Minister, Amama Mbabazi.
WHO attributes this success to increased access to insecticide-treated bed nets, and points out that a record 214 million bed nets are scheduled for delivery to endemic countries in Africa by year-end. These include Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Cameroon, Chad, Gabon, Burundi, Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan and Tanzania among others
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