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11:16
11:16

Uganda Engages Guinea Bissau President During Stopover At Entebbe Airport natural resource 1 3

Embalo told URN that Uganda and Guinea Bissau share similar potentials in the oil and agricultural sector, saying they need to benchmark from Uganda on how to manage their oil resource.
14:44
14:44

Mak Graduation Gown Dilemma, Several Up-Country Students Stranded Makerere University 1 5 Top story

Rosette Egau [not real name], 49, from the Eastern Uganda district of Kaberamaido is one of the 7,126 graduands who haven’t yet received their graduation gowns, despite camping at the university for now a week.
19:12
19:12

Uganda to Hold Public Lecture in Memory of Philly Lutaaya Ahead of AIDS Day UNAIDS 2

World AIDS day national celebrations will be marked in Kayunga under the theme, Engaging the youth and young people to champion the end of HIV. Mbayo said that the choice of the place was based on the fact that Kayunga has a high HIV Prevalence of 7.8 per cent and there is a big presence of key populations like the fisherfolk and migrants.
07:10
07:10

PTA Meetings Attract More Citizens Compared to Dev't Gatherings 3

Speaking at the launch of the report, Muhammed Ahamed Sharrif, a social researcher and head of the survey said 65% of the respondents they interacted with said they were not aware of any parish or baraza meetings in their communities. They also didn’t know that such events are supposed to happen in their areas.
16:27
16:27

51% of Operation Wealth Creation Beneficiaries Dissatisfied- Survey 2

Releasing the findings on Wednesday, Muhammed Ahamed Sharrif, a social researcher and principal investigator on the study, said they selected a rural and urban sub county in each of the districts where respondents would be asked questions in group discussions and individual interviews between January and October.
07:17
07:17

Karamoja Leaders Demand Compensation for Stolen Livestock 1 2

The Kaabong LCV Chairperson, Mark Abuku said the raids by the Turkana have deprived the Karimojong of their wealth and impoverished the community which is still recovering from the wounds of disarmament exercise.
17:04
17:04

Grants Not Helpful to Empower People With Disabilities-Report 3

The survey done by the departments of Social Sciences and Statistics of Makerere University involved 10,000 households selected from regions across the country.
14:26
14:26

Gov't Avails UGX 7.3 Billion for Medical Credit Scheme 2

The scheme which will help private healthcare practitioners access credit is expected to start in July next year as they still await contributions from donors and contributing commercial banks.
15:26
15:26

Expert Presents Case for Maintaining Healthcare User Fees 2

Dr. Gitahi Githinji, the AMREF Africa CEO said instead of returning user fees in hospitals, stakeholders should consider other ways of collecting the user fees early on in order to guarantee that someone will get the healthcare they need once they fall sick.
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Professor Apollo Nsibambi October 1940- May 28 , 2019 3 1 Top story

Born on October 25, 1940, Nsibambi has lived an illustrious life as an academic, first non-Head of State Chancellor of Makerere University, Minister and long-serving Prime Minister under, President Museveni .
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