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PARLIAMENT TO IMPROVE WORKING CONDITIONS OF INFORMAL EMPLOYEES IN UGANDA

Hon Agnes Kunihira, Workers Member of Parliament in Uganda has taken up the call of improving the working conditions of casual employees, breastfeeding mothers,domestic workers, volunteers, migrant workers and Ugandan Migrant workers abroad though legislation. Human Rights bodies, workers have taken up the challenge of shouting about the working conditions …

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RESHAPING HEALTH CARE IN KIGEZI REGION, MINISTER OF HEALTH SAYS TERRAIN MAKES IT UNIQUE AREA THAT NEEDS SPECIAL FUNDING.

Minister of Health, Hon. Dr Jane Ruth Aceng and State Minister for Finance, Hon.David Bahati together with teams from Ministry of Health cross Lake Bunyonyi to assess Kitooma HC in Rubaya subcounty in Kabale District. The Minister of Health, Hon Dr Ruth Jane Aceng, has described Kigezi region as a …

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AFRICAN COUNTRIES ASKED TO INVEST IN HUMAN CAPITAL LIKE COUNTERPARTS IN EAST AND SOUTH EAST ASIA

“The riches of a nation are not its minerals but in its people” President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda represented by his Vice President Edward Ssekandi has opened the 8th African Population Conference that has attracted almost 1000 delegates on the shores of Lake Victoria in Entebbe City. Museveni said accelerated …

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MUSEVENI’S SUPPORTER WAS HAMMERED FOR “DEAD”, WHY CID MOVED CASE FROM KABALE TO KAMPALA?

MUSEVENI’S SUPPORTER WAS HAMMERED FOR “DEAD”, WHY CID MOVED CASE FROM KABALE TO KAMPALA? Recently Baker Kasumba was nailed by unknown assailants in Kampala for supporting President Museveni and the NRM Party. Pictures showing 6 inch nails in his hands with a yellow cap that had the Presidents picture are …

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WORLD LEADERS IN NAIROBI KENYA “ACCELERATING THE PROMISE” BETWEEN POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT

JOB CREATION WILL ENSURE GENDER EQUALITY- PRESIDENT MUSEVENI PLEDGES IN NAIROBI INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON POPULATION DEVELOPMENT (ICPD25) After 25 years since World Leaders met in Egypt In 1994, to articulate a bold vision regarding the relationship between population, development and Individual well-being, they meet again to strengthen the promise in …

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Kenya Launches National Immunisation Programme for Human-Papillomavirus (HPV)

Otushabire Tibyangye & Agencies JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, October 23, 2019 The Kenyan government to day has launched National Immunisation Programme (NIP) for the Human-Papillomavirus (HPV – the main cause of cervical cancer) joining other countries in the region. “We are excited that Kenya now joins Rwanda, Uganda, Ethiopia and Tanzania, …

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Central African countries optimistic about halving deaths from malaria, but major challenges remain

ABUJA, Nigeria, October 22 2019 — Central African countries surveyed in new opinion study believe that halving malaria deaths is more achievable than elimination by 2030; Malaria experts are very concerned that climate change could increase the threat of malaria in the region: Surveillance and programme delivery need to improve …

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