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Kyambogo Starts Implementation of Medical Insurance Scheme

20 May 2019 · More than 940 employees of Kyambogo University are to have their salaries deducted this month as the institution implements its Medical Insurance scheme.

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Kyambogo Starts Implementation of Medical Insurance Scheme 1 2

More than 940 employees of Kyambogo University are to have their salaries deducted this month as the institution implements its Medical Insurance scheme.
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Church of Uganda Quietly Lifts Veil on Contraceptives 1 6 Top story

Irene Nakiriggya, the Reproductive Health Officer at Mengo based Uganda Protestant Medical Bureau (UPMB) says the Church has found no biblical condemnation of family planning anywhere in the Bible. She says rather than condemn it, the Bible encourages people to plan for their families in many verses including Genesis 1:28.
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UVRI to Start Rift Valley Human Vaccine Trials Ministry of Health 2

The trial will use an improved version of ChAdOx1-GnGc-a vaccine currently only used by animals to treat RVF as an option to treating RVF in humans. Funding for the project is from the UK Vaccine Research and Development Network.
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NDA Impounds 121 boxes of Drugs, Arrests Five in West Nile 4 3

Four people including a Congolese national were arrested in Arua, while one was arrested in Nebbi in a crackdown on illegal dealing in drugs.
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Implementation of Aids Trust Fund to Start Next Finanicial Year 2 1

URA is supposed to collect a tax of 2 percent off beverages like soda, water and beer. The money taxed will be deposited on an account which will finance the country’s fight against HIV.
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Anthrax Kills One in Arua, Four Others Infected 2 1

According to Dr. Nguma, they had expected to carry out a mass vaccination of animals with 60,000 doses of vaccines from the Food and Agricultural Organization-FAO but the vaccines are yet to arrive.
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Pregnant Mothers Shun Health Center, Resort to TBAs maternal deaths 4

Hajarah Nambaziira a resident of Nambeere village says that when women visit the facility, they are asked money for gloves, mama kits on top of high transport to the facility among others which they can’t afford.