KAMPALA â€“ The UWESO Development Programme has established 10 new branches in a bid to expand their savings and credit scheme.
KAMPALA â€“ The UWESO Development Programme has established 10 new branches in a bid to expand their savings and credit scheme. UWESO national executive committee chairperson, Marcella Mukasa, said in a statement recently the Belgium government gave the funds. She said they had received funds from the HIV/AIDS Integrated Model (AIM) to start related activities in the various districts.
LIRA â€“ Over 60 eye patients have benefited from a sh6.5m donation by Synery Personnel Solution Limited UK through the Lion Club of Lira to prevent and control blindness in the region. The president Lions Club of Lira Daniel Omodo Mcmondo said this recently.
KAMPALA â€“ High Court on Friday freed a Luweero peasant after the Director of Public Prosecution dropped a defilement charge against him. Prosecution said the state failed to get enough evidence against Valentine Kalyesubula, who is alleged to have defiled a 17-year-old.
140 pass out
BUSIA â€“ 140 adult leaders from Masaba sub-county have been awarded certificates under the Functional Adult Literacy programme of the Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development. The LC3 chairman, Christopher Masaba Ojiambo, officiated at the function at the sub-county headquarters.