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Uganda's Economy Projected to Grow By 3.1%- Kasaija 1 3

Before the outbreak of COVID-19, the government had projected the economy to grow by 6.3 per cent, but this was disrupted when Uganda and its trading partners shut down their economies, virtually halting most of the economic activities.
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17:59

Continued Duplication in Gov't Agencies Threatens NDPIII MDAs 3

More than 60 agencies, commissions or authorities were to be disbanded, merged with others or returned to ministries as departments. Now Public Service Minister Wilson Muruli Mukasa says the process requires amendments in legislation. “Most of these agencies are created by acts of parliament and you cannot just abolish them,” he says.
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1.8m Fall Back Into poverty as Uganda Launches 2021-22 Budget Strategy economic recovery 4

It aims at creating of half a million jobs per year, while per capita income should grow from the current 870 dollars to 1,198 dollars by 2025.
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07:47

Gov't Asked to Suspend OTT 4 3

The Presiding Bishop of the Evangelical Orthodox Church in Uganda (EOC), the Most Reverend Jacinto Kibuuka announced that they had suspended the physical gatherings in favour of virtual, cum-new spaces for ministry outreaches.
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