BUSINESS

BARIFA ECOTOURISM PROJECT TO PUT ARUA CITY AT PAR WITH DEVELOPED CITIES

By Richard Drasimaku ARUA: MONDAY April 12, 2021 A section of the 10 hectares licenced to Maracha County Member of Parliament Dennis Lee Oguzu would hold a recreational facility for children and a cultural museum showcasing West Nile’s diversity. There is also meant to be an Olympic sized swimming pool …

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EASTER NOT FOR RECKLESS PARTYING, BISHOP ANDAKU CAUTIONS CHRISTIANS

BY RICHARD DRASIMAKU ARUA: Thursday, April 01, 2021 Rt. Rev. Charles Collins Andaku, the bishop of Madi and West Nile diocese has cautioned Christians against reckless partying during the Easter season. “For some people, Easter is three-days weekend holiday for fun, partying, trans-night discos and marrying new wives as an …

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PRESIDENT YOWERI MUSEVENI URGES AFRICAN STATES TO INVEST IN COVID-19 RESEARCH

By Goodluck Musinguzi Museveni urges APRM Member States to Invest in Covid-19 vaccine Research President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has urged African Countries to undertake policy and strategic direction measures in the fight against Covid-19 by focussing on sectors of their economies that are critical in ensuring and building resilience. President …

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CITES ALLIANCE LANUCHES NETWORKING MECHANISM FOR EAST AND HORN OF AFRICA

BY RICHARD DRASIMAKU ARUA: Thursday, March 25, 2021 Cities Alliance, the global partnership fighting urban poverty, has launched a forum to promote dialogue and networking for the urban managers of seven secondary cities in the east and horn of Africa. The inclusive urban development and mobility network was launched during …

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WOMEN IN NDORWA WEST RECEIVE BOOST FOR HOUSEHOLD INCOME- HON DAVID BAHATI hi

Min.Bahati Roots For House Hold Income In Ndorwa West ! WOMEN GROUPS RECEIVE HUNDREDS OF SEEDLINGS BAGS . By Allan Twogyeirwe Government through Microfinance support center Kigezi region branch has donated 168 bags of potato seedlings and 9 bags of climbing bean seedlings worth 47 million shillings, to 25 women …

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MASINDI DISTRICT EMYOOGA SACCOs CLEARED TO RECEIVE MORE MONEY, SO FAR SHS 1.6 BILLION PAID

By Innocent Atuganyira Masindi Speaking at the official launch of disbursement of funds on Wednesday afternoon at King George Stadium Masindi in Bunyoro Sub Region, Moses Kalyegira the Masindi district Commercial Officer said nine SACCOs out of fifty four have been cleared to get money. He also said the bank has …

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OVER 200 HEALTH WORKERS TO BE VACCINATED AT OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF CORONA VIRUS VACCINE AT MASINDI HOSPITAL

By Innocent Atuganyira Over 200 health workers are to be vaccinated today at the official launch of corona virus vaccination at Masindi General Hospital.  Dr. Brian Mugisha the Masindi district Assistant Health Officer in charge of maternal and child health explains that after vaccinating health workers, teachers will be the …

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VACCINATION AGAINST COVID19 IN KANUNGU DISTRICT LAUNCHED AT KANUNGU HCIV-KATAATE

By Martin Atukwase Resident District Commissioner for Kanungu, Haji Shafiq S. Sekandi has commissioned vaccination against COVID- 19 in Kanungu District. The ceremony took place on Monday 15th March 2021 at Kanungu Health Centre IV, Kataate. Kanungu District received 4,320 doses of AstraZeneca COVID 19 vaccine for administration to willing …

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MINISTRY OF HEALTH ROLLS OUT CORONA VIRUS VACCINATION EXERCISE IN BULIISA AND MASINDI DISTRICTS

By Innocent Atuganyira. Over the weekend, Masindi, and Buliisa districts received corona virus Astra-zenecca vaccine from the ministry of health. On Sunday evening Ministry of health delivered 4,360 dozes, and Buliisa received 2080 dozes on Sunday. The receiving of vaccine was witnessed by the district health officials, resident district commissioners, political leaders, and others. This …

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REMEMBERING COVID19 IN UGANDA ON 14TH MARCH 2020

Kampala – 14 March 2020- The Ministry of Health surveillance teams yesterday, Friday 13th March, 2020 received an alert from Royal Complex of a lady suspected to have COVID-19 infection. The alert was raised by workers at the premise who indicated that the lady had remained locked in her room …

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