Tuesday, 17th November, 2015 was World Prematurity Day. The day was commemorated in Lira District under the theme ‘Harnessing the Power of Communities and Partnerships to Prevent Preterm Birth and Improve Care in Uganda
Jessica and her husband, a tailor, were living in near poverty in Katakwi. Her husband had a low income from his tailoring business and Jessica was working at restaurant as a waiter for shs.500 (fi ve hundred shillings) per a day between 2005 and 2008.
TEN years ago, SKenya Motors (U) Ltd launched its operations in Uganda, importing Scania trucks and buses. Last week, the firm opened its new plant at Luzira Commercial Park, with the aim of expanding its operation, so as to become a major player in selling Scania buses and trucks in Uganda
FINCA Uganda is a subsidiary of FINCA International, which serves nearly two million clients in 23 countries across five continents. FINCA Uganda is a unique organisation.
As StarTimes celebrates five years in Uganda, Owen Wagabaza interviewed Aldrine Nsubuga, the Marketing Director, about their successes far, challenges and future plans
Choosing a school is one of the most important decisions you will make for your child and this certainly needs a lot of planning
Earlier this year, Uganda’s Trade and Industry Minister Amelia Kyambadde surprised residents of Mpigi town council, when she wept hysterically during a school fundraiser.
Eleven years after the Kisubi Brothers University was established as an affiliate of the Nkozi based Ugandan Martyrs Christian University, it is now autonomous. The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Kisubi (UniK), Prof. John Ssebuwufu, says the institution now has the capacity to stand on its ow
Ten years ago, an MTN subscriber was one of a million. Today, he is one of 10 million! They say numbers don’t lie and this is true for the mobile telecommunication giant, MTN
Uganda joins the rest of the World to celebrate the 33rd World Food Day today with the theme Social Protection and Agriculture: Breaking the Cycle of Rural Poverty.