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Running on the theme ‘Postal Regulation: Stimulating Growth and Quality Improvement, the Pan African Postal Union (PAPU), an amalgamation of 42 African countries delivering postal services has reason to celebrate for the major strides made over the years
    Schools Guide
    Jan 14, 2015
    By Gloria Nakajubi and Dorothy Arinda One latrine stance for 15 pupils is a must; single or double-decker beds and nothing less — no sleeping on the floor. No candle should ever be put in a dormitory.
      Fifty years ago, nearly half of the African continent had just become independent. After decades of colonial rule under France, Britain, Italy and Belgium that had a lasting effect on the continent, it was time to forge forward, to open a new chapter
        Ten years ago, a new era started in the struggle against the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) conflict with the incorporation in the USA on September 8th 2004 of Invisible Children Inc. as a non-profit organization.
          NUSAF2 in Acholi and Bunyoro Kitgum gets 74 teachers’ units Teachers in Kitgum Demonstration Primary School will for the first time reside in permanent staff quarters. They are full of praises for the Second Northern Uganda Social Action Fund (NUSAF2) Project which made this possible.
            Today, the world celebrates Human Rights Day, with the theme; Human Rights 365. The figure 365 encompasses the idea that every day is Human Rights Day.
              Justice Law and Order Sector (JLOS) Institutions at district and regional levels that constitute the chain-linked committees are to form case management committees (CMCs) in a move expected to immensely improve and transform the dispensation of justice in the country.
                If you traverse this country frequently, chances are high that you have had a torrid drive on a horrible road due to shoddy works. The discomfort you feel while on such roads is the common feeling you share with hundreds of school going children, who are studying in incomplete classroom blocks and
                  The auditor general has built a new office premise to strengthen its financial and operational independence. Prossy Nandudu had a chat with the Auditor General John Muwanga about the new home and what it means for his work processes. Below we carry the excerpts
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                      We all know that networking is important, and is a vital part of a successful career. For many of us, that requires going to events and meeting new people. Yet, when you ask most people how much they

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                      The Uganda Prisons Service has budgeted funds from the Government of Uganda and intends to use in the provisions of supplies, services and works for FY 2015/2016 -2017/2018.

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                      We believe that; in recounting milestones, adaptation to current environments and innovating for the future unlocks greatness. Cheers Uganda.

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                      Should local leaders arrest parents who oppose UPE?
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