Ecobank, operates in 36 countries across the continent and has been named the world’s best trade finance bank for the African regions, by Global Finance magazine
A heavy unrelenting cough, pain in the chest, chronic fatigue, fever, and general lack of appetite are experiences sure to make one’s life a living hell.
Today, as the world celebrates World Water Day, there are critical issues to address. For Uganda, there is no better time than now to discuss how we can use our natural water resources to promote development.
They absorb and sink waste gases such as carbon-dioxide, which are also blamed for climate change. So, forests are described as the lungs for the earth.
Today marks the National Day of Ireland, known around the world as Saint Patrick’s Day. This day has come to be symbolic of everything Irish: from green and gold, to shamrocks, good luck (the ‘rub of the green’), and lively celebrations the world over.
The Appropriate Technology Centre for Water and Sanitation (ATC) invites you to a National Conference starting on 18th March, 2015 at 8:00 a.m.
The way society perceives some values, like knowledge, skills and positive attitudes, greatly influence the human resource or capital of our country.
The theme selected for the national Women’s Day celebrations this year is “Empowerment of Women and Girls is Progress for All: Three Decades of Gains for Ugandan Women and girls.” Carol Natukunda examines how empowerment of women translates to a better family and society
As Uganda commemorates the UN World Wildlife Day there is need to consider the challenges is facing. The day’s theme is “Wildlife Crime is serious: Let us get serious about wildlife crime.
Halima Nakimera (not real name) needed to travel to Malaysia for a meeting, but little did she know that the 7,739km trip across the Indian Ocean would take more than a day.Aboard an Ethiopian Airlines flight, Nakimera was first taken to Addis Ababa