The Uganda Learning Campaign is in response to a 2016 study that identified low levels of parental engagement in childrens reading practice at home to be a major cause of low literacy levels in Uganda. It specifically provides pupils in government-aided schools with reading materials that they can take home and read with their parents.
January was the twelfth straight month expansion according to latest figures released by Stanbic Bank in Kampala. Generally, Januarys performance emerged as the weakest reading since May 2017 with 52.0 PMI index reading.
Parliament in January 2016 passed the Financial Institutions amendment Act allowing insurance companies to use banks as a distribution channel for their services. It is hoped that bancassurance will create opportunities for growth for both the insurance and banking sectors. It is hoped that bancassurance will create opportunities for growth for both the insurance and banking industry.
Stanbic Bank Chief Executive Officer, Patrick Mweheire described the results as a solid performance in a challenging but improving economic environment. He said the surge in profit was driven by the Banks support to trade and infrastructure developments with an excess of one trillion Shillings.
Lincoln Mali in speech at the Human Resource Managers Association of Uganda said human resource managers that perpetrate sexual harassment and victimization could soon be exposed by their workers if they did not come up with policies to stamp out the vice.
Patrick Mweheire, the Chief Executive Officer of Stanbic Bank Uganda, welcomed the fact that expenditure on power generation and roads network would lead to cheaper electricity and passable roads and propel the country to an export-lead economy.
Alison Kantarama Emeribe, the assistant commissioner support services, wrote to the IG, after detecting numerous Electronic Fund Transfers-EFT transactions credited to her account in Stanbic Bank-Wandegeya Branch. The money would be withdrawn moments after its deposited to her account.
In a statement issued today, Stanbics Chief Executive Officer, Patrick Mweheire, says the banks revenues for the same period stood at 532 billion Shillings. Operating losses dropped by 30 percent while gross new lending is at 721 billion Shillings.