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COULD BODA SHARING SERVICES BE THE ANSWER TO ROAD INSECURITY?

COULD BODA SHARING SERVICES BE THE ANSWER TO ROAD INSECURITY?

By Mercy Agenorwot Consolate The boda-boda business should be Uganda’s second largest employer after agriculture according to a 2013 report by Standard bank. However the industry that has been in the country for over two…

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SAVE A BUDDY GUILD CAMPAIGN.

SAVE A BUDDY GUILD CAMPAIGN.

By Usher Kulusum As a demonstration of care and concern for another, Uganda Christian University society came up with a campaign known as “save a buddy”. A campaign that aims at contributing any shillings from…

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Bless a Child Foundation:Success for Cancer Care and Treatment for Children in Uganda. Going beyond radiotherapy and chemotherapy.

Bless a Child Foundation:Success for Cancer Care and Treatment for Children in Uganda. Going beyond radiotherapy and chemotherapy.

By Sandra Kahumuza Ariye Rose (not real names) from Adjumani had just completed her University degree in Veterinary medicine. She was one of a few beneficiaries of a government of Uganda university bursary targeting bright…

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Anganza Education Project; the hope for the less privileged Children

Anganza Education Project; the hope for the less privileged Children

The quality of education remains a major challenge in Uganda, with inadequate services and high levels of half-baked primary graduate rates. Despite the tremendous gains made in the primary education since 1997- when the universal…

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Smart up factory a savior to the youths

Smart up factory a savior to the youths

BY: Robert Kasumba, Shamim Nabakooza, Shifrah Kayaga and Tracy Kababiito Unemployment rate in the sub Saharan African countries is rising rampantly and with over 78 percent of people below the age of 30, Uganda has…

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OVERCOMING CRIME IN UGANDA

OVERCOMING CRIME IN UGANDA

By Kissa Micheal “I congratulate our science team for demonstrating that we now have the eyes to see all the goings on in the telecommunication and financial service. No more games. This capacity will be…

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Gifted Hands Network To Train Visually Impaired Women In Diagnosing Breast Cancer

Gifted Hands Network To Train Visually Impaired Women In Diagnosing Breast Cancer

By PATRICIA TAREMWA and YVONNE NJUNA Allen Namale was heading home one evening from work when she was attacked by an unknown person who poured her acid on her face and parts of her arm.…

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A day in Life of a disabled

A day in Life of a disabled

Meet Bukenya a caretaker of Sylver Emphraim a disabled Student at Makerere University

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