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Youth in Uganda: A major resource for change...

To define the people of a country, a common starting point is to examine their characteristics, determine what groups exist, and what are the largest groups,...

Food Shortage Solutions

The attainment of a proper balance between establishment of industries and the expansion of agriculture is a persistent challenge in Africa.

IPU was Uganda’s Easter present

THE 126th Inter Parliamentary Union (IPU) Assembly organised and hosted by the 9th Parliament of Uganda was indeed a smashing success and has been rated...

Counter A4C with effective sensitisation...

FORUM for Democratic Change (FDC) beleaguered president Rtd. Col. Dr Warren Smith Kizza Besigye Kifefe is a washed-out man, who has lost realistic national...

NMS: A full store is not an efficient Store....

EACH time there is an outcry of lack of medicines by the community at health centres nearest to them, the Government and indeed the National Medical Stores...

A ban on A4C is a prudent political action...

THE Government must not allow Uganda to be used as a battle ground for selfish foreign interests promoted by A4C in the guise of a better change

Why not start a national oil company

UGANDA'S oil revenues should be managed by a national oil company and should be used to build dams to generate electricity and to build transport infrastructures...

Poverty a result of denial of human rights...

Poverty has its origin in human existence and it has been with society in various degrees from time immemorial. Its meaning and extent has changed over...

Africa’s success lies in unity

On April 1, during the official opening of the Pan African offices in Kampala, Rt. Hon. Eriya Kategaya delivered a paper focusing on the relevance of Pan...

Uganda’s last 24 years have been extremely...

As Parliamentary delegates from around the world gathered in Kampala for the IPU Assembly to discuss matters of global interest, I was overjoyed with the...

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Fighting human trafficking in Uganda...

It explains why in 2000 the United National General Assembly adopted a Palermo Protocol that allows each country to fight the various forms of trafficking in their country.