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Education Ministry Asks Stanbic to Ensure National Representation in Schools Program climate change 2 3

For the past eight years, Stanbic Bank Uganda has hosted secondary school debate competitions known as the Stanbic National School Championship. The competition aims to identify and promote talent, stimulate innovation, and recognize the best innovative idea with significant business sense and societal impact.
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Kadaga Donates UGX 20M to Kickstart National Muslim Youth Sacco Kamuli 1 Top story

Kadaga handed over the money to the National Muslim Youth Council leaders led by their chairperson Habib Mustafa during the inaugural national Muslim youth day celebrations held at the UMSC headquarters on Saturday.
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Youth Warned About Overreliance on Artificial Intelligence education 3 1 Top story

Speaking to URN (Uganda Radio Network) on the sidelines, Kakumba reiterated that, while AI offers numerous advantages, it poses a substantial threat to creativity, especially among Uganda's youthful demographic, which comprises a significant portion of the nation's population.
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Prime Minister Nabbanja Wants Agriculture Made Compulsory Subject In Secondary Schools climate change 2

Nabbanja said that she will draft a cabinet paper, detailing the benefits of skilling learners in agriculture technologies and available opportunities, with much emphasis on it’s viability to foster mindset change amongst the wider population of young people, who for long have been shaped as job seekers rather than creators.
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Kiira EV Inspires Students to Embrace Homegrown Tech Solutions country 3 2

Kiira motors cooperation is the first automotive factory in the country which is currently constructing a manufacturing plant at a 100-acre piece of land in Mutai village, Jinja district. The company is expected to manufacture solar-powered, electric and fuel supported vehicles.
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Church of Uganda Launches 490KM Pilgrimage in Memory of Archbishop Luwum death 5 1

According to the Provincial Secretary, Rev. Canon Captain William Ongeng, the pilgrimage will start on Jan 29, 2020, and end on Feb 14. Canon Ongeng says that the pilgrims will among other things retrace the footsteps of the last journey of Archbishop Luwum.
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Museveni Turns Down Youth Leaders Demands for UGX 3.4bn government 1 4

The over 342 youth leaders from different districts who had converged at Dams’ Water Stadium in Jinja on Wednesday asked Museveni to give them 10 million Shillings each to foot their lodge expenses and also reward them for their efforts in supporting the NRM government.
07:48
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African Govt’s Urged to Stimulate Skills Education government 1 2

Statistics by the Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), demonstrate that significant transformations are still required to make education systems more inclusive and accessible. It shows that only 10 per cent of people has completed upper secondary education in low-income countries, 40 per cent of the global population is not taught in a language they speak or fully understand and over 75 per cent of secondary school age refugees are out of school.
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Parents Exposing Children to Pornography – Report secondary school 2 2

The most startling was the confession that parents had equally exposed their children to pornography, while actions by some parents had initiated their offspring’s into sexual activity. Students said they accidentally found their parents having sex or their neighbours having sex. These concerns were particularly raised by Day Scholars.
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Youth Warned Against Living Expensive Lifestyles world bank 1 2

According to Biyinzika, the reason why majority of Ugandans disturb people to contribute to their weddings is because they have not done enough savings.
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Kasaija to Ugandans: Innovate to Develop the Country kampala 2

Kasaija appealed to Ugandans to emulate the United States of America and China where there is a discovery of something new every day.
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US Africa Bureau to African Gov'ts: Ensure Transparency, Justice to Attract Investment leadership 1

According to Tibor, he wants American investors to invest in Africa as a means of creating jobs and bringing prosperity, but this can only happen if there is transparent governance, equal chance at contracts and strong justice systems in case an aggrieved party has to appeal.
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Museveni's Lango Political Adviser Dead president museveni 1 Top story

His son, Emmanuel Brown Ocen, a pharmacist at Lira Medical Centre has confirmed Ogwangs death, saying he has been battling diabetes, hypertension and cancer.
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Proposed Deployment of LDUs Draws Mixed Reactions from City Residents area 6

John Bosco Karwanyi also a Boda boda rider and resident of Kifumbira zone in Kamwokya, says the LDUs should be deployed in rural areas with limited police posts and stations.
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Thousands Party on First Night of Nyege Nyege Festival uganda 1 Top story

The mixture of the cigarette and Marijuana smokes was calmed by the flavored smell of Shisha, which would be cleared by the freshness brought by trees and the River Nile.
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Women4Uganda Activists Pray For Peace municipality 4 1

Dr. Thelma Awori, one of the organisers of the prayers says they decided to turn to God in prayer because they are tired of being killed and raped.
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Students Urged to Take Interest in Accountability Issues government 1 2

Ssemakula said government is willing to align itself with young people in promoting accountability.
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Kisenyi Leaders Ask Gov't to Contain Sell of Aviation Fuel area 1 6 Top story

Mariam Kasigwa, the Local Council II Chairperson of Kisenyi II parish, says they are still puzzled how the fuel ends up in Kisenyi.
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Sexual Harassment, Unemployment Dominate National Youth Parliament job 1 3

According to the youths, the levels of sexual harassment, and unemployment levels in the country continue to worry. They cited job seekers who are sexually harassed and students being abused by those in authority.
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