Mebendazole is one of the medicines recommended by WHO to treat intestinal worm infections in humans. This formulation is now donated to WHO by the pharmaceutical company Johnson Johnson, in aid of preschool children, an important group at risk for intestinal worms.
Cedric Merel, the EU Head of Delegation in Uganda said selected local governments will be assisted in the implementation of their respective local economic development plan LED as well as climate-smart agriculture CSA amongst smallholder farmers to help mitigate climate change.
The protest followed the death of a 90-year-old woman, who collapsed and died after losing a battle to reclaim 10-acres of land said to have been taken over the diocese. The deceased was identified as Maliseria Nakintu 90, a resident of Butale-Kaduggala village.
Justice Owiny-Dollo says Christian lawyers should be the torch bearers in guiding the world to understand that the poor, weak and the underprivileged also deserve and can get justice. Owiny-Dollo says the greatest trial in the Bible was conducted by King Solomon, who had a difficult decision to justly handover the child to the right mother.
Your directive to his person on 12th June 2018 is rather unfortunate and only an expression of your personal vendetta against our client which is unacceptable and brings disrepute to the respected office of the Vice Chancellor that you were elected to, Dr. Kamunyus lawyers say.
Museveni told the delegation that Uganda produces a lot of coffee, fruits, cassava and sim-sim and wants to set up industries to process the food products to add value and create job employment opportunities.
The district has 300 vanilla growers with the capacity of producing 6-tons of vanilla every season, according to retired Gen Alex Baguma, the chairman of vanilla growers in Ntoroko district. But Baguma says they have lost 5.9 tons of vanilla to thieves in the season between January and June 15, 2018.
The Uganda Investment Authority board in April terminated the employment contracts of five directors and deputy directors in a restructuring process that has activated fear and uncertainty among its employees. The directors and deputy directors were told that their contracts will expire on June 30, 2018.
The race has attracted eight candidates. They include former State Minister for Tourism, Jovino Akaki Ayumu NRM, George Okello Ekwaro FDC, Patrick Ocan UPC and four independent candidates; Rev. John Robert Atim Etime, Bishop Edward Stanley Engena Maitum, former Apac Woman MP Lucy Ajok, Okot Conno and Bonny Mackline Odongo Oding.