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13:45
13:45

Northern Uganda Least Beneficiary of Gov't Sponsorship Programs-EOC Education sector 1 2 Top story

According to Ntambi, central Uganda topped the number of beneficiaries under the disability scheme with 39% followed by Western and Eastern region with 29% and 21% respectively while Northern Uganda had a paltry 11% out of 308 students.
13:50
13:50

Equal Opportunities Commission to Spend UGX 200m on Rent Every Month Government 1

Currently housed in Plot 7 Luthuli Close, Bugolobi, on the outskirts of Kampala, the commission employs 49 members of staff, in five departments; Finance, Administration, Legal Services and Investigations, Education, Training, Information and Communication, Research, Monitoring and Evaluation.
20:37
20:37

Equal Opportunities Commission Officials Charged for Stealing Government Funds 3

The prosecution also alleges that the suspects stole money in the range of 5 to 29 million Shillings which they accessed by the virtue of the offices they held. The said money was obtained between January and December 2018, as per diem for editing and drafting Equal Opportunities Commission HIV/AIDS workplace Policy, yet none of the officials was entitled to it.
19:11
19:11

COSASE Writes to CID over Equal Opportunity Commission Investigations 5

The commission told the audit team at the time that the police had taken all documents for investigations.The management also informed the Auditor General that the commission had requested police to release the documents in vain.
12:51
12:51

Equal Opportunities Commission Wants Separate Laws for Commercial and Residential Premises 4

Joel Cox Ojuko, a member of the Commission, says that the Bill is timely in regulating the relationship between landlords and tenants. He says that it will curb on the rampant forceful evictions, destruction of property and strikes by tenants mainly in metropolitan areas.
11:29
11:29

Serene Suites Recruitment Drive Halted over Racial Job Advert 1

The New Vision yesterday carried a job advert by the hotel in which they indicated that the preferred a white Hotel Manager and an Indian Restaurant Manager. The advert triggered public ire and ridicule for discriminating against local labour.
17:06
17:06

EOC Weighs In On University Staff Salary Impasse salary increment 1

Equal Opportunities Commission EOC Chairperson, Sylvia Nabatanzi, says the best practice for sharing salary increment is that each member gets equal share rather than certain staff taking higher percentages than others. She says even when money is shared equally, lowest paid staff in a public university cant reach salary of highest paid staff since they are in different salary scales.
17:05
17:05

Equal Opportunities Commission Wants Funding for Disabled Youth 2014 annual report 3

Rita Matovu the EOC chairperson says that youth with disabilities have encountered difficulty in applying for the funding while in the same category with able bodied contenders. She says the disparity can be solved if a percentage of the funding is specifically set aside for the youth with disabilities.
10:09
10:09

In the Family Of the Deaf: One Sign Language Interpreter's Tale 4

Hope Agwang has spent nine years as a professional sign language interpreter. Agwang was inspired to become a sign interpreter because her own mother and six siblings are deaf. As she grew up with the deaf family members, she bonded and shared close relationships that enabled her enter into the Deaf world.
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