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Youth living with HIV speak out

Each year, on December 1, the world commemorates World AIDS Day. This year’s theme was “Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic, resilience and impact”.

Coronavirus didn't affect humans only, dogs...

Alex Ochieng, the manager of Uganda Society for the Protection and Care of Animals (USPCA) said that the number of strayed and abandoned animals increased...

Cattle rustlers displace hundreds in Napak...

Women and children have fled their homes over endless attacks by suspected rustlers in Napak district in the last two weeks. The families are hosted...

Big Read: Why Entebbe Hospital staff will...

When the psycho-social expert was told that she was here to break the news to a COVID-19 patient, I saw her stagger and almost fall.

Keep children physically active in the pandemic...

Edith Nankabirwa is a single mother and resident of Lwadda in Wakiso district, who works in Kampala. The mother of three says she is worried her eight-year-old...

Youths develop COVID-19 tracer app

This mobile app was launched in April 2020 and recently, the team donated it to Ugandans through the National COVID-19 Task Force.

Even in lockdown, Namanda can't stop teaching...

To create a classroom environment at home, Namanda got a blackboard from a local cinema hall that stopped operation at the beginning of the lockdown.

Namugongo silent as Uganda heads for martyrs...

The celebrations have always been characterised with crowds struggling for breathing space as they enter the gates of Namugongo.

When it's time to break the fast

Breaking fast (Iftar) is one of the religious observances of Ramadan. Some Muslims break their fast as family while others break it as a community by gathering...

Take COVID-19 seriously, says Ugandan in...

The president cried in front of the cameras, while conceding defeat for the situation was extreme.

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