The letter says that the clause fails to define which information about someone can be shared without one risking legal peril and that it also infringes on the constitutionally guaranteed right to freedom of expression and of the media.
The laboratory will be the centre where the standards of various products including juice, water, food, and other beverages in the Eastern region are tested before given a go ahead to the be sold to the general public or exported.
The VHTs Program was established in 2001 as a cost-effective way to link communities with health services. VHTS were established by the Ministry of Health to empower communities to take part in the decisions that affect their health; mobilize communities for health programs, and strengthen the delivery of health services at house-hold level.
Charles Isabirye, the Chairperson of the National Council for older persons in Uganda said that older persons can access the grant in groups of 5 to 10 people and each group will be given five million shillings which they can channel into ventures like farming, Poultry and other ventures.
Florence Nakandi, the COTFONE Programs Coordinator says that on Tuesday night, unknown thugs broke into their offices located in Kyabakuza ward in Masaka city and took away vital documents and two laptop computers.
Justice Flavian Zeija admitted the problems but noted that the challenge has been due to the few numbers of judicial officers. He however says the judiciary is currently addressing the challenge which will go a long way in addressing cases of back lock.
On the night of September 19, eleven sex workers together with the manager of Recess Bar and Lodges, Abdu Kiggundu were arrested for allegedly beating to death a client whose identity is not yet determined due to lack of any identity documents.
Security personnel identified the suspects as Kenneth Bongomin, a renowned land broker, and Charles Ojara, a soldier guarding a farm belonging to the late Gen. Paul Lokech, the former Deputy Inspector of Police.
Hajji Nasser Ssebugwawo, the sign language interpreter and a teacher at Uganda Society for the Deaf at Namirembe says he was inspired to start sign language after being told that many of the hearing impaired had abandoned the mosque due to the absence of interpreters.