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10:18
10:18

UCAA Staff to Raise UGX 150M for Learners with Visual Impairment 4 4

Dubbed the “2022 Aviation Run”, the marathon will take place on May 29 at Entebbe Mayor’s Garden. The marathon first took place in 2019 as an annual event to help the needy in and around Entebbe municipality. Participants run 5 kilometres and 10 kilometres.
10:19
10:19

Primary School Teacher Drowns in Swimming Pool 1

According to an eyewitness Margaret Namanda, the incident happened between 5:30pm and 6pm on Monday. "Nakyejwe dived into the swimming pool to join three other swimmers. But after three minutes, the swimmers alerted the guide that Nakyejwe was at the bottom of the pool," says Namanda.
14:00
14:00

Entebbe's Chadwick Namate School Needs UGX 290m for Renovations 5 6

The school's staff quarters and classrooms were badly hit by strong winds and a storm, that was preceded by a 5-hour downpour on February 17. The storm blew off the roofs of three staff houses and two classrooms at the school.
12:15
12:15

Kigungu Parish Residents Demand Seed School 4 2

Meddie Kaidali, a resident says that several learners have dropped out of school after Primary Seven due to lack of a school. He explains that the nearest school, Comprehensive Secondary School is located 12 kilometers away from the area.
12:34
12:34

Parents Cry Foul over Increase of School Fees 6 5

Led by Derrick Ssengendo, a parent to a senior two student argues that the school should have been considerate to parents because of the negative impact of Covid-19 on the economy since 2020.
08:56
08:56

Entebbe Schools Fumigated Ahead of Re-opening re-opening schools 5 4

Entebbe municipal comprises 15 government-aided primary schools and 3 government-aided secondary schools namely Airforce Secondary School, Entebbe SS, and Comprehensive SS.
16:26
16:26

NSSF Needs UGX 1 Trillion to Pay Mid-Term Access 5 2

Byaruhanga said that the latest figures show that 113,000 savers are eligible for midterm access, up from 93,000 three months ago.
12:12
12:12

Public Accountants Told to Drink Water, Take Walks for Keeping Alive 1 6

Turyabahika noted that while some people have been hesitant to get vaccinated against COVID-19 due to fears that they will get blood clots, he says they are still vulnerable to getting blood clots when they get infected with Covid-19 because all viruses cause blood clots. As a result, he is advising people to get vaccinated and ensure they drink at least two litres of water daily, undertake regular physical exercises such as walks and swimming to prevent blood clots.
19:19
19:19

Vets to Man Animal Drug Shops to Curb Resistance MAAIF 5

Ssentumbwe says the ministry will liaise with police to ensure professionals are manning the drugshops and also prescribing animal drugs across the country, not just in Kampala where operations have been carried out so far this year.
13:18
13:18

US Embassy Backs Children's TV Show to Simplify Sciences, Empower Girls Covid-19 5 3

The show is designed to foster a culture of curiosity, discovery, and critical thinking while promoting girls’ empowerment and providing young people with accurate information about health, science, and environmental issues that affect their daily lives.
16:55
16:55

Activists in Entebbe Launch Campaign Against Sexual Harassment 4 5

Activists and local leaders have launched "Tonkosa " campaign. Tonkosa loosely means "Don't hurt me".
08:22
08:22

Uganda Receives More Doses of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine 5 1

Muhanga says the latest batch of 335,000 doses brings the total number of AstraZeneca doses received since March to 3,143,193 doses. Uganda has also received other doses, which include 1,647,270 doses of Pfizer, 647,080 of Moderna, and 300,000 doses of Sinovac.
10:20
10:20

UWEC Opens Conservation, Education Library At the Zoo 5 4 Top story

Mark Cotham, the President of Books for Development, who led a guided tour inside the library on Friday, said opening a conservation and education library is like planting and growing a tree.
19:51
19:51

Excitement, Joy As Ugandan Olympic Medalists Receive Heroic Welcome 3 3 Top story

The Higher Education State Minister, John Chrysostom Muyingo and officials from the Ministry of Education and Sports, the Uganda Athletic Federation and the National Council of Sports received the team.
08:55
08:55

COVID-19: Over 2,300 People Vaccinated At Entebbe Hospital 2 3 Top story

Dr. John Kalyesubula, the medical officer at Entebbe Municipal Council, says that 2,333 people have so far been vaccinated. “The figure could go higher if vaccination is opened to the rest of the public,” Kalyesubula said. The hospital received 3,100 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine, which means that they have used 75.2 per cent of the doses delivered.
11:25
11:25

Visitor Numbers Remain Low At UWEC 3 5

David Musingo, UWEC's Manager of Education and Information Department, says the visitor numbers are still low, compared to the daily average of 500 visitors on weekdays and 2,000 on weekends before the outbreak of covid-19.
16:41
16:41

COVID-19 Terrified Us, But Tapped Our Inner Capabilities -Entebbe Medics 2 7

The case, a Ugandan national who had travelled from the United Arab Emirates, was initially admitted as a suspect, at a time when the whole world was paralysed by the pandemic. He tested positive to COVID-19 on March 21, 2020, more than two months after Chinese authorities announced that a viral pneumonia of unknown origin was baffling doctors in the city of Wuhan.
16:36
16:36

Entebbe Public Library Gets New Home 7 5

Two years ago, the public library was shifted to the third floor of Entebbe Municipal Offices. However, the library occupies one room, which can accommodate less than ten book shelves. As a result, two corridors have been occupied by book shelves and tables while some of the books have also been tied in sacks or packed in boxes placed on tables and on the floor.
19:14
19:14

Nine More Entebbe Schools Cleared To Reopen. 3 5

The 19 schools that were not cleared to reopen however, included 4 primary schools that did not intend to re-open anyway, as they did not have enough candidate learners to justify opening, and instead opted to refer the few children to other schools of the parents' preference.
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