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Development

'To fight poverty, world should invest in...

While poverty is receding globally, the demographic boom could stall that progress and it could even rise, according to a report.

Laziness causing poverty in Busoga - Minister...

Although there is free education in both primary and secondary schools, parents in Busoga can’t afford to support their children to complete school.

Lessons from a little village in China

What Ugandans can learn from a little village in China and how China is transforming its villages.

Leave no child behind in Uganda's Development...

Ugandans are challenged to pay attention to children, who are often left behind in planning and development processes.

Uganda's steady path to longevity and progress...

The dramatic early childhood survival improvements pushed Uganda’s longevity from the 48 years recorded in 1991 to 63 years in 2014.

Rising public debt stifling regional development...

In their budget statements, Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya acknowledge that their revenue authorities are struggling to meet the collection targets.

How Labs Approach can unlock the potential...

The lab participants develop fresh ideas and translate high level strategies into detailed and costed ‘3 feet’ (realistic) implementation plans.

I50 million Euros injected into development...

DINU is an integrated initiative to improve food security, nutrition, infrastructure and good governance in Acholi, Karamoja, Lango, Teso and West Nile....

UK's Dr Paul Williams should leave Ugandan...

Dr. Williams’ submission was, therefore, an abuse of protocol and an insult to the British crown and the Ugandan people who worked hard to attain their...

Soroti women tipped on development

The call comes at a time when Uganda and the world is preparing to mark International Women’s Day

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Kawempe neonatal ICU gets new equipment

Kawempe neonatal ICU gets new equipment

The health minister, Dr Ruth Aceng, urged health workers to use the new facilities to save the newborns.