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11:18
11:18

Masaka Municipality Fails to Maintain Street Lighting Project high power bills 6 1

Masaka municipality has failed to maintain the installed lights due to financial constraints, leaving the streets in total darkness. Records indicate that the municipality requires at least 21 million Shillings every month to keep the lights functioning.
16:58
16:58

Kotido to Get Regional Cattle Market world bank funding 3

The cattle market facility is expected to contain among others; offices for local government personnel, revenue collectors, veterinary doctors and other assorted services for the cattle sellers including paddocks for systematic trade.
10:10
10:10

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.
07:35
07:35

Masaka District Roads Committee Blocks Diversion of USMID Funds world bank funding 4 1

Michael Mulindwa Nakumusana, the Nyendo-Ssenyange Division chairperson and a committee member says there are still many pending roads projects under of the municipal council to which this money should be committed to.
17:25
17:25

World Bank Commits More Funding for NUSAF-III nusaf 3 2

The increase comes as the phase enters its second year of implementation in Northern and North Eastern Uganda. The World Bank set out to invest USD 130 million over a period of five years through provision of income support to the poor and vulnerable households in Northern Uganda.
09:02
09:02

Anti-Gay Law Fallout: World Bank Delays Shs223bn Loan to Uganda world bank funding 1 Top story

Jim Yong Kim, the President of The World Bank Group, in an editorial written today morning in the Washington Post said that “Institutionalized discrimination is bad for people and for societies. Widespread discrimination is also bad for economies.” Adding that, “there is clear evidence that when societies enact laws that prevent productive people from fully participating in the workforce, economies suffer.”
07:02
07:02

Gulu Gets UGX 9B From World Bank world bank funding 1 1

Gulu leaders are optimistic that Gulu municipality can attain a city status since it will now embark on developing its infrastructure following the donation of 9 billion Uganda shillings by the World Bank.
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