UNEB Executive Secretary Mathew Bukenya says that the board has already uploaded results from last years Uganda Certificate of Education examinations to the portal to ease access for the schools. All is school needs is a customized password to be able to access and down load results for its candidates.
The 2015 UCE results also indicate that a total of 325 Special Needs Education SNE candidates registered for the examination, an increase from 236 in 2014. These consisted of the 42 blind, 43 with low vision, 90 deaf and 53 dyslexics and physically handicapped candidates.
The Central Emergency Response Fund is one of the fastest and most effective ways to provide life-saving assistance to vulnerable people in need. It selects beneficiary countries by identifying crises with high levels of vulnerability and risks that are severely underfunded despite having relatively low levels of funding requirements.
Dr Besigye is expected in Kabale on Saturday January 30, 2015 where he will hold campaign rallies in Kamwezi, Kitanga, Muhanga Town Council, Bukinda Trading Centre, Kabanyonyi and Kyanamira Sub County headquarters before heading to Kabale Municipal stadium for his main rally.
Impersonation, collusion, external assistance and smuggling of unauthorized materials into the examination rooms remain key challenges in eliminating examination malpractice in Uganda. The acts are usually supported by invigilators, subject teachers and school heads.
Vincent Fagensi was initially accused, with rally ace Ponsiano Lwakataka and Emmanuel Zinda, of masterminding the gruesome murder of Pastor Steven Mugambe, and eight members of his family three years ago. His two co-accused persons were last month acquitted after prosecution failed to adduce evidence linking them to the murder.
According to court records, the said recently published nude photos, depicting MP Ayena having sexual relations with a female in what is clearly private setting, a bedroom where peeping Toms, snoops and voyeurs cant be.
The letter urges AU leaders to use all diplomatic leverage to secure consent from the Burundian government for the deployment of an African peacekeeping force, and to begin formal talks on setting up a hybrid judicial court to try alleged perpetrators of human rights abuses in South Sudan.
The spread of zika virus has prompted governments across the world to advise pregnant women against going to the areas where it has been detected. There is no vaccine or cure for the virus which has been linked to microcephaly, a serious condition that can cause lifelong growth problems in children.
Dr Kiiza Besigye, the Forum for Democratic Change party candidate, says the announcement by the Police Chief to arm crime preventers, is a disgrace to the police uniform and tantamount to inciting violence ahead of the February 18th general election.