"The world is looking at us to see who we are funding. With this initiative, we want to see that we immerse ourselves in the idea," says Goretti Masadde, CEO of the Uganda Institute of Banking and Financial Services.
James Oyet the chairperson LC3 of Lokole sub-county, thinks the Ministry of Agriculture and the Department of Agriculture should do more in ridding the country of invasive weeds, or sensitize farmers on how to eliminate the weeds, saying the effect is not only on individual farmers, but many government projects purposed to support farmers with revolving funds.
During a presentation of investment prospects for their region at the Gudie Leisure Farm Training Center in Najjera on Tuesday, the youth representing various parishes passionately articulated the necessity for heightened business activity. They perceive this as a pathway to break free from the reliance on relief aid that has been impacting the local population.
According to King Olarker, it is unfortunate that the very chiefs who are supposed to safeguard Kingdom land are deeply involved in its illegal sale, and this practice must cease immediately. He emphasized that the prevailing high poverty levels should not drive the chiefs and their subjects to sell their land, which is their most valuable asset.
The donation includes 300,000 doses of Foot and mouth Disease vaccines in cattle and other big ruminants, 140,000 doses for small ruminants, and another 200,000 doses for lung disease in small ruminants. It also included re-agents and tool kits for laboratory use that shall be used to aid early detection of outbreaks, which the field officers have to immediately report to the ministry.
"In an era marked by the dominance of the free enterprise system, globalisation, knowledgeable customers with abundant choices, and rapid technological advancements, organizations are in a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world," Emmanuel Dei-Tumi, the President of Human Capital International told the just concluded 28th Annual Seminar by the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Uganda.
Initially, the Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) had taken immediate action to repair the road, with the promise of completing the work within three weeks. However, work came to a halt after just one week, workers left the site, and equipment was removed.