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21:03
21:03

New Policy on Ear, Nose and Throat Treatment in Offing health management 3 1

The policy is intended to inform strategic mechanisms to deal with challenges related to hearing, the function of the nose and the throat. This is according to Dr Stanley Bubikire, the Programme Manager Disability and Rehabilitation at the Ministry of health.
09:15
09:15

26,000 Embrace Community Health Insurance In Greater Luweero general manager 2 1 Top story

Ronald Kamya, a member of Wesige Mukama Bamugolodde Health Scheme, says the scheme is affordable compared to general insurance services. Kamya says he pays Shillings 72,000 for all his family members and co-payment of Shillings 30,000 whenever any of them falls sick.
12:27
12:27

Three BBC Journalists Arrested, NBS TV's Sserwanjja Wanted investigation Top story

Information obtained by URN shows that the three journalists were picked up from different areas in Kampala last night by operatives from the Internal Security Organisation-I
12:51
12:51

Kigezi High School in UGX 800 million Debt secondary school 5 1

Alfred Kabuchu, the Chairperson Kigezi High School Old Students Association-KHOSA, says due to lack of financial capacity, the school has failed to rehabilitate dormitories and lavatories, which are dilapidated.
12:17
12:17

Kabonero Sub County Executive Members Resign resignation 3

Gabriel Kagira, the Secretary for Production and Environment and Bernard Ntoraine, the Secretary for Education and Health tendered in their resignation letters to the Sub County deputy speaker Joseph Akugizibwe on Thursday. They accuse the Sub County Chairperson, John Kyaligonza of incompetence and acting against development of the area.
16:28
16:28

Soroti University Prof. Collapses to Death reporter 1 Top story

Prof. Ongodias body has been handed over to Soroti Regional Referral Hospital en-route to Mulago National Referral hospital for postmodern.
10:58
10:58

Hoima Schools Battle Bed Bug Infestation district 2

Johnson Kusiima Baingana, the Hoima District Inspector of Schools, says they found bed bugs in dormitories of five secondary schools. He however, declined to reveal the names of the affected schools.
15:54
15:54

Gov't to Roll Out Compulsory Syphilis Testing for Pregnant Women sexual relation 1 1

Dr Joshua Musinguzi, Programme Manager, AIDS Control Programme says that the new compulsory testing policy will be rolled out in December.
12:40
12:40

Chairperson Dies of Suspected Food Poisoning police 2

Tibenda breathed his last on Monday night at St. Ambrose Charity Health Centre in Kagadi district where he had been admitted for a few hours with complaints of severe stomach ache.
17:33
17:33

Police Foil Kabale University Student Demo strike 6 2 Top story

Junior Turyahikayo, another concerned student wonders why the university administration and the guild council have failed to organize a bazaar for them to socialize.
07:50
07:50

Mbale Municipality Registers UGX 1.9B Revenue Shortfall yoweri museveni 1 4 Top story

Kenneth Khatuli Waniaye, the Deputy Town Clerk Mbale Municipal, says transporters declined to pay their operational due, saying all dues were suspended by President, Yoweri Museveni in 2017.
10:30
10:30

Lira University Gets UGX 7.4 billion Teaching Hospital uganda 1 Top story

Alex Kakooza, the Education Ministry Permanent Secretary also disclosed that government has acquired more than Shillings 426 billion to face lift infrastructure in nine public universities.
15:47
15:47

Hundreds Pay Tribute to Dr Sheila Ndyanabangi health management 3 1

A combination of tears and celebration covered the Cathedral, as speakers paid glowing tribute to Sheila the mother, sister, friend, Canon, Doctor and a strong advocate for Tobacco control in Uganda.
10:23
10:23

Countries Urged to Boost HIV Prevention Measures health management 1 Top story

UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidib says that the failure by countries to provide comprehensive sexuality education, condoms, harm reduction or pre-exposure prophylaxis, will ultimately translate into more new HIV infections, higher future treatment costs and a higher burden for health-care budgets and systems.
07:39
07:39

Uganda Loses US$300M Annually – World Bank country 3 1 Top story

Calvo also revealed that Uganda recoups far less than what it invests in the Ugandan Shilling due to poor infrastructure management.
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