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They escape HIV but die of poor nutrition!...

An increasing number of children born to HIV+ mothers are born HIV-free, made possible by an intervention known as virtual elimination of Mother to Child...

DDT use would save many lives in Uganda

It is most painful to see that some Ugandans feel comfortable dancing on the graves of between 200 to 300 Ugandans dying due to malaria daily.

Let us support forest certification in Uganda...

Forest certification is simply a tool for identifying responsibly managed forests worldwide following a set of principles and criteria.

Traders stand to gain from genuine products...

It is Day Four today and city traders insist they will keep their shops closed albeit appeals from the Government to re-open as their concerns are looked...

Positive Deviance/Hearth approach; a potential...

A significant proportion of Uganda’s women of reproductive age and children under the age of five years still suffer and die from acute and chronic malnutrition....

Sound media key for constructive delivery...

There is no doubt some opposition politicians have had positive thinking but what has always failed their efforts is how systems work.

Israel policies pose danger to African countries...

Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu is happy with current efforts to drive out African migrants from the state of Israel.

Britain’s £2.6 million a mockery to Mau Mau...

On December 16, 1884, the Berlin Conference took place chaired by Chancellor Von Bismark the captain of colonialism. Sharing, plundering, killing and torturing...

It is not for Rwanda to manage Uganda’s refugee...

I was gobsmacked to hear Rwanda’s Ambassador to Uganda Maj Gen. Frank Mugambye say that the Government of Rwanda wants the 16 Rwandan students who recently...

SUPPLEMENTARY BUDGETING: Government expenditure...

On June 19, 2013, the Parliamentary Committee on Budget approved a supplementary budget of about Sh46b requested by the ministry of finance to pay teachers’...

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World leaders applaud joint Nobel...

Congolese doctor Denis Mukwege and Yazidi campaigner Nadia Murad jointly won the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize.