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Mulondo Emmanuel

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07:16
07:16

Experts Urge Bio-fortification To Address Health Problems technology 1

Dr. Mulinge stressed that Africa should learn from South America in a spirit of south-to-south cooperation, and regional ministers should advocate for a favorable bio-fortification framework, including the development and transfer of varieties across nations in the region.
13:11
13:11

Uganda Enlists China Support To Grow Anti-Malaria Herb MINISTRY OF HEALTH 6 4

NMS board chairman Dr Jotham Musinguzi says growing the herb locally would help Uganda that suffers from a high malaria burden to save lives of Ugandans and other vulnerable people in the region.
15:12
15:12

Muslims Appeal To UCAA For Affirmative Action On Jobs 5

Haji Siraj Ndahura who commended the administration for hosting the first Futar Dinner as a good gesture, said the they had developed a human resource base and it would be positive to always give them a first chance while recruiting for any post.
15:27
15:27

EU Skills African Scientists in Geo-science and Mapping to Build Continent's Capacity African Union 4 3

The young and mid-career scientists were competitively selected from Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Rwanda, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Sudan, Zambia, Angola, Malawi, Botswana, Mozambique and Egypt.
10:46
10:46

Former VP Begins Work, Directs Cancellation of Kitubulu Titles Environment 4 4

Bukenya who invited officials from the National Forestry Authority, National Environment Management Authority, Entebbe Municipal Council, Ministry of Water, Lands and Environment, and a civil society group acting on the environment was shocked to hear that portions of the forest have been parceled out and handed to individuals and companies for private development.
11:34
11:34

Enhanced Salaries Not Translating into Better Heath Care – Aceng WHO 4 3

Aceng urged medical workers should do more to ensure better results for the final consumer – the patient.
09:43
09:43

Prioritise Mental Health For Youths - ICESCO Chief AAYC 4 2

Speaking at the start of a week-long celebrations to mark twenty years of the Afro-Arab Youth Council (AAYC) at Makerere University yesterday (Monday) the Saudi Dr Almalik, a long standing medical practitioner and humanitarian actor said the issue of mental health of the youth was one that had not been given attention but need urgent action.