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Feb 2020 7 results
19:04
19:04

Pictorial: A Glimpse into the Source of the Nile Half Marathon

During the half marathon, a team of ten athletes was selected to represent Uganda in the upcoming 2020 IAAF half marathon championships due to take place in Poland next month.
18:50
18:50

Probe Uncovers Fraud, Massive Theft of Equipment at Arua Hospital 2 2

The investigation team found that the procurement processes at the Hospital are shrouded in fraud and that key equipment has gone missing from the facility under unclear circumstances. They cited the loss of an autoclave and assorted tools kit estimated at over 500 million Shillings.
18:23
18:23

Teso Communities Bang Pans to Scare Desert Locusts away Soroti District 2 1

In sub-counties of Gweri, Kamuda and Soroti, a number of residents are seen screaming, drumming, blowing whistles, sounding pans and throwing stones to chase away the migratory pests which invaded the area more than a week ago.
13:59
13:59

Most African Countries Not Prepared for Coronavirus - WHO COVID -19 outbreak

Dr Matshidiso Moeti, the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Regional Director for Africa who attended the meeting said only 66 per cent of the countries have strengthened their capacity to investigate alerts and have improved infection prevention in health facilities and in the community.
13:22
13:22

10 Athletes Selected for IAAF World Half Marathon in Poland country 1 2

The selected team was chosen after posting impressive results in the Source of the Nile Half Marathon Competitions held in Jinja this morning. The run attracted 138 athletes from 22 athletics clubs all over the country.
12:08
12:08

Expectant Mothers Rallied to Test for Hepatitis B vaccination 2

The disease which attacks the liver, can cause chronic infection and puts people at high risk of death from cirrhosis and liver cancer. But despite its seriousness, mothers and health service providers pay little or no attention at all, to control the spread pf Hepatitis B.
10:34
10:34

250 Youth Empowered to Fight HIV through Tennis Sport HIV/AIDS 4 6

The Program provides HIV/AIDS education and awareness, in honour of fallen African American tennis player, Arthur Ashe, the first and only African American male to win the U.S Open and Wimbledon singles titles. Ashe learned in 1988 that he had contracted AIDS through a blood transfusion and became an HIV/AIDS activist. He died in 1993 of AIDS-related pneumonia.
Feb 2020 7 results