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By Vision Reporter

Added 4th September 2009 03:00 AM

Uganda to host Keller forum
- KAMPALA
Uganda is to host the 9th Helen Keller World Conference and the 3rd general assembly of the World Federation of the Deaf blind. This will be the first time the meeting is held in Africa. It will start on Octo

Uganda to host Keller forum
- KAMPALA
Uganda is to host the 9th Helen Keller World Conference and the 3rd general assembly of the World Federation of the Deaf blind. This will be the first time the meeting is held in Africa. It will start on Octo

Uganda to host Keller forum
- KAMPALA
Uganda is to host the 9th Helen Keller World Conference and the 3rd general assembly of the World Federation of the Deaf blind. This will be the first time the meeting is held in Africa. It will start on October 22 and end on 27 at Speke Resort Munyonyo. Addressing a press conference at the Media Centre, the state minister for persons with disabilities and the elderly, Sulaiman Madada, said the conference would be used as a platform to discuss issues concerning deaf-blindness. About 400 participants from all over the world are expected to attend. Helen Keller was an American author, activist, lecturer and the first deafblind person to graduate from college.

Waragi deaths shameful - priest
- WAKISO
Deaths arising from the consumption of cheap waragi are a shame to the victims and the country, Mgr. Wynand Katende, the parish priest of Lubaga Cathedral has said. Katende said such acts were an indication of the moral decay in the country and the perilous partying syndrome. The priest made the remarks at the requiem mass of his retired printer, David Byangwa. Byangwa, who died of a blood clot at Mulago Hospital, was once the production manager of The New Vision Printing and Publishing Company. He was also remembered for his service to the Catholic Church and the Government.

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