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MAK researchers ask gov't to setup telecentres...

The group; Aloysius Mwanje, Dr Agnes Rwashana, Francis Ekwaro, Lois Mutibwa Nankya and Kenneth Kirya Erickson, made this call basing on their research...

Makerere burnt building not world heritage...

Ogoi regrets the incident but says that the building is not a UNESCO site.

Invest to boost tourism in Rwenzori - wildlife...

Unfortunately, Rwenzori remains among the least visited destination sites in the country.

Experts concerned about Kibiro oil spill...

The spill, which occurred on March 29 and lasted nine hours, contained natural gas, clay, water, drilling fluids, mud, sand, sediments and traces of crude...

Accessible parent education will ease COVID-19...

How about making it compulsory for each school to offer subsidized adult education for the dear parents who need some literacy improvement?

Skilling youth in agriculture key in Uganda's...

According to Ronald Ddungu an education advisor at VVOB Uganda, for an agrarian country like Uganda where over 70% of the population is employed in agriculture,...

Online teaching leaves many learners behind,...

EDUCATION | As countries begin reopening schools following months of lockdown triggered by COVID-19, a new report shows the disease has affected 1.6...

Buganda sleeps easy after Kasubi Tombs fire...

KASUBI TOMBS  |AMASILO  | CULTURE   |HERITAGE  Calm has been restored in Kasubi, and surrounding areas and the Buganda Kingdom slept peacefully after...

Orphans are 50% more likely to drop out of...

A study done by three researchers under fhi360, a research firm, titled, “Child Vulnerability and education attainment in Uganda’, shows that orphans in...

Kyambogo introduces curriculum on cultural...

This year, the university was selected by the Cross-Cultural Foundation of Uganda having got funding from UNESCO to write a curriculum on cultural heritages...

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