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13:33
13:33

UNBS, UCU Sign MoU to Create Modules on Quality Standards for University Students 1 1

David Livingstone Ebiru, the Executive Director of UNBS notes that they decided to choose UCU as one of their pilot institutions to start training and lecturing students on areas of quality standards.
09:36
09:36

Safik Kirunda: A PWD With A Big Heart PWDs 2 2 Top story

Kirunda explains that the conditions of the people who approached him for support compelled him to compose songs and start singing to raise money to support their needs.
12:28
12:28

Polio Vaccination Exercise: Mukono Health Workers Demand Allowances Nama Sub County 1 1

The Sub-county Chairperson, Johnbosco Isabirye, says that the ten health workers were denied their allowances despite conducting the exercise. He says that the medical workers brought the matter to his attention and he in turn contacted their bosses who promised to get back in vain.
15:08
15:08

Swedish Teenager Donates Savings For Water Purification System at Mukono School 1 1

At 12-years-of age, Hankers started saving money with the aim of putting a smile on someone's face or needy people. After accumulating USD 1000 about Shillings 3.5 million, she contacted St. Staffens Kapells, her home chapel to identify a suitable beneficiary.
13:09
13:09

Kyampisi GISO Succumbs to Wounds 1

Lukambwe succumbed to the wounds he sustained in an attack by unknown assailants on Sunday night.
08:29
08:29

Fires Lit to Warm Homeless Endanger Transporters Along Kampala-Jinja Highway 3 1

Vehicles carrying inflammable goods including petrol, alcohol and gas cylinders can be stuck for up to 30 minutes in traffic jam at places where the fires are lit. James Nsimbi, the Mukono Municipal Enforcement Officer says his office is aware of mentally ill people who light the fires in high hazard places but they are challenged with funding to trace them and also "remit" them to Butabika Hospital.
17:18
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Authorities Worried About Delayed Return of Pregnant, Breastfeeding Learners to School 3 1

According to Nalubega, there is a need for collaborative efforts to ensure the return of young mothers to schools since these children are already traumatized by the effects of what they did out of ignorance.
09:44
09:44

Residents Query Companies Contracted to Manage Waste in Mukono Municipality 3 1

George William Ssemakula, a resident of Nabuti in Mukono Central Division, says that without a base in the municipality, garbage collection in the municipality will remain a myth.
10:34
10:34

Kawolo Hospital Neonatal Unit Overwhelmed with Increase in Premature Births 4 1

Children admitted to the neonatal unit often need breathing support given through their windpipe, and suffer from convulsions, failure to feed, severe chest in-drawing, fever, hypothermia, jaundice, umbilicus redness or draining pus, skin boils, signs of local infection and vomiting.
14:21
14:21

Manpower Shortages Hamper Polio Vaccination Campaign in Mukono 1 4

The district dispatched 108 medical workers to carry out the exercise in the entire district with each parish receiving one medical worker. The district targets to vaccinate 147, 000 children.
09:55
09:55

Mukono Municipality Asks Health Ministry to Take Over Rotary Hospital 1 1

The 2 billion Shillings facility was constructed by the Rotary Club of Kampala on 10-acres of land donated to Rotary in 1996, by the Late Rotarian George Kasedde Mukasa for the Club to implement a community service project.
12:14
12:14

Two Health Facilities Closed for Dumping Medical Wastes in Wetland 2 1

The closed facilities are Star Medical Center and Migadde Medical Center both located at Ngandu village in Mukono Central Division. The managers; Cyrus Waisswa and Francis Migadde respectively have also been summoned to Mukono Police Division to record statements respectively.
14:21
14:21

Mukono Municipal Councillors Want Appointment of Hospital Administrator Revoked 1 1

According to Deogratious Kayongo, the municipal social services committee chairperson, Wademe’s appointment did not follow the process of appointing district public servants and should be revoked until the rightful process is followed.
17:47
17:47

Mukono Clinic Under Spotlight for Issuing Fake COVID-19 Certificates 3

Trouble for Green cottage clinic started when they issued a COVID-19 negative certificate to Esther Nambowa, 28, a resident of Kikooza in Mukono Municipality on September 23, 2021, for her travel to Dubai for work on September 24. She was blocked at the airport because of presenting an invalid COVID-19 test certificate.
09:51
09:51

Private Health Facilities in Mukono Want License Fees Scrapped 3 1

In Mukono Municipality private health facilities are charged between 800,000 to 2 Million Shillings depending on the role and size of the facility.
13:39
13:39

Mukono Residents Want Garbage Dumping at New KCCA Landfill Halted 1 2

KCCA bought land at Dundu measuring 134 acres to serve as the Greater Kampala Garbage dumping site and an integrated waste management centre with processing plants for electronic waste, biogas, fertilisers and plastic recycling.
10:20
10:20

127 School Children Under Kyaggwe Bursary Scheme Impregnated in Lockdown Kyaggwe County 4 1 Top story

At least 127 out of the 1000 girls under the Kyaggwe county (Ssaza) bursary scheme have conceived in the lockdown. Some of the children have given birth to healthy babies while others had stillbirths.
11:49
11:49

Residents Want Water Extension to Lake Shore Communities Expedited 1 2

According to the agreement, Katosi town council that is housing the main treatment plant was supposed to directly benefit from water extension and connectivity together with the nearby sub-counties around the lakeshore such as Ntenjeru and Mpunge before it is handed over to NWSC as part of corporate social responsibility.
09:01
09:01

Mukono Based Medical Institute Opts for in-house Internship 1 4

The Institute Rector Peter Bbosa says that they previously sent their students to 20 training hospitals which currently have limited space to accommodate staff and training students. As a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, person-to-person interactions are limited, as well as congregations and contact with other persons.
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