Women have been advised to remain resolute and committed to improving their skills in order to stay competitive and relevant to their different professional disciplines.
In a bid to save lives and avoid unwanted pregnancies, health officials have called on Government to formulate policy guidelines to ensure constant supply of life-saving drugs and equipment to all health centres.
As Uganda joined the rest of the world to celebrate the International Women’s Day, OXFAM in partnership with the Women’s Empowerment Mainstreaming and Networking (WEMAN) members showcased the Gender Action Learning Systems (GALS) Methodology to a cross-section of stakeholders under the theme ‘Empow
Leaders from Wakiso have petitioned Government over what they called an ‘unfair’ budget allocation to the district, demanding a formulation of an equitable policy on national resource sharing to improve service delivery in Uganda’s second most urbanized town.
Four city health centres have received medical equipment worth sh42m.
In many parts of the world, Uganda inclusive, women’s rights to land and property are denied. The existing laws give women fewer or less secure rights than men, and inequitable and discriminatory attitudes and practices undermine them.
Patients of Buluba hospital have reason to smile following the commissioning of a sh350m safe water plant at the public health facility in Mayuge, Eastern Uganda.
LIFE is never so easy at times. It requires that you at times, take a deep breath, a few step back, then a tough run before you can jump again to reach that exceptional mark.
Six people were torched alive in Alero Sub County in Nwoya district after a jilted man set a grass thatched house on fire.
Vivo Energy has donated 50 solar lamps to Bulamba Primary School in Luweero.