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Mar 2020 6 results
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Private Healthcare Providers Demand Training on Basic COVID-19 Care 1 1 Top story

Grace Kiwanuka, the Executive Director Uganda Healthcare Federation UHF, an entity that brings together private healthcare providers told Uganda Radio Network that after Uganda confirmed an outbreak on Saturday many of their members expressed concern that patients approach them with symptoms and they are challenged how to handle them because they haven’t been sensitised.
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Arcades, Shops Not in Markets Can Stay Open – Trade Minister amelia kyambadde 1 1 Top story

Kyambadde told reporters at Uganda Media Centre in Kampala that only those shops in fresh food markets should close. Food sellers remain operating.
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Stanbic Posts UGX 259bn After-Tax-Profits Stanbic Bank Uganda 1

In the financial results, published on Thursday, Stanbic said the money it lent to customers grew to 2.9 trillion Shillings in 2019 from 2.5 trillion Shillings, a year before - a growth of 14 per cent. Outgoing Chief Executive Patrick Mweheire described the results as a “great performance.
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New Digital Tool Unveiled to Keep Children Learning Amid COVID-19 Lockdown 1

To access Kolibri one, will need internet connectivity and gadgets such as a desk computer, laptop or smartphone to access content through http://e-learning.education.go.ug. Through the chrome browser, every user is required to create an account with a username and password to have access to the platform which is championed by UNICEF, the Ministry of Education and the National Information Technology Authority.
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COVID-19: KCCA Sets Up Rapid Response Teams coronavirus 1

In a press statement issued Thursday, KCCA says it has set up Division Rapid Response Surveillance Teams comprising Doctors, Clinicians, Lab Technicians and Surveillance Officers.
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COVID-19: World Bank, IMF Call For Debt Relief for Poorer Countries Uganda public debt 1 Top story

IDA countries are those whose people earn low incomes per year. Uganda is among these countries. The two institutions’ call is directed at the G20 – the 20 most industrialised countries – that are bilateral lenders to the poor countries. China is the biggest lender here.
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