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UK gives Uganda 9.3bn to manage Ebola outbreak

The British High Commission in Kampala has announced that the UK will provide £2.2m to WHO, UNICEF and WFP to support Uganda’s response to...

World population to reach 8bn this year; 08 countries: DRC, Egypt,...

The latest UN projections suggest that the world’s population could grow to around 8.5 billion in 2030 and 9.7 billion in 2050, before reaching...

Book Review: OUT OF SIGHT; Bold and insightful!

By: Andrew Muhimbise Always refreshing reading a Ugandan authored book. Lindzy recounts her life between the ages of 08 and 13 years, writing with...

Aid Agencies: 20 Million could face starvation in East Africa

Aid agencies warn the number of people facing starvation in the Horn of Africa is expected to reach 20 million by the end of...

Queen Elizabeth II’s 96th Birthday: Guests in Kampala treated to...

British High Commission in Kampala holds a party to mark Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday: This year was a double celebration as...

Kenyan Anna Qabale Duba crowned world’s best nurse, wins $250,000

Kenyan nurse, gender justice champion and educationist Anna Qabale Duba was crowned the first-ever recipient of the Aster Guardians Global Nursing Award. Anna won the...

Ambrosoli International teacher charged with Defilement of a 03 year-old pupil

The Directorate of CID last Friday, charged to court a teacher of Ambrosoli International School, Bugolobi for the alleged Aggravated Defilement of a three...

Link bus accident: Police identifies the 21 passengers killed

Police in Fort Portal have named some of the passengers killed Link bus accident The accident occurred at Sebitoli trading centre in Busoro sub-county...

Uganda eyes malaria vaccine in renewed fight against killer disease

Campaigners and volunteers held a bicycle race aimed at raising awareness on malaria, the number one killer disease in Uganda The disease kills mostly children...

Deaths from Cancer, cardiovascular diseases & diabetes on the rise in...

Noncommunicable diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular diseases and diabetes are increasingly becoming the main cause of mortality in sub-Saharan Africa, where the diseases were...