Esperance Fundira, the Country Director United Nations Population Fund-UNFPA says the establishment of shelters is critical in addressing violence GBV cases. She explains that the shelters presents an opportunity for addressing GBV, HIV and reproductive health issues.
The single mother who was shocked by news notified police and a search ensued for the girl on Wednesday evening. Wolinawe was surprised and dropped unconscious when she found her daughter in the company of three commercial workers transacting business.
The incident comes only about four days ahead of the arrival of the newly appointed Bishop of Kigezi Diocese Rev.Canon George Bagamuhunda. Sources within the diocese believe the fire is an inside job. A priest who spoke to URN on condition of anonymity for fear of being victimized says fires usually occur at the diocese whenever the top management disagrees on issues of accountability.
Kadaga noted that both the Executive and Parliament need to prioritise the budget process and that any minister whose budget report had not been yet considered by the House will not be allowed to travel until the process is over.
The latest development brings to 99, the number of the students so far sent home over the same strike. 35 were suspended earlier for spearheading the strike in which they were protesting the increment of school fees , the quality of meals served at the school, the inadequate supply of water and restrictions imposed on them by the school administration.
Dr. Yusuf Nsubuga Director Basic and Secondary Education at the Ministry of Education and Sports argues that, it is high time head teachers found a way to tap into the new media as a valuable academic asset rather than banning it.
Last year, Masaka Municipal council changed its user and resolved to turn it into a Pork Abattoir. Recently, World Bank pledged to finance the construction of the pork abattoir at the tune of US $ 3 Million.
Locals argue that cattle thieves may also take the advantage of such operations and start stealing their animals pretending to be enforcement officers that carry out night operations to impound stay animals.
The suspects were picked up in Kenya and Tanzania in connection to the terror attacks, which claimed the lives of more than 70 revelers at Kyandondo Rugby Club and Ethiopian Village Restaurant in Kabalagala during the 2010 World cup final match.
At the conclusion of the exercise, The National council for Higher Education declared three persons to have passed the interview above the pass mark with Prof Golola in the lead having scored 66.4%, followed by Prof Opuda who scored 64.2% and Associate Prof Emmanuel Karooro who scored 35.3%.
Godson Nimanya, the Hoima district Criminal Investigations Officer says police has received similar complaints from Mobile Money operators. Nimanya explains that last month 10 cases were reported to police. By Friday last week, four complaints had been reported this month alone.