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16:29
16:29

New Survey Shows no Significant Changes in Uganda’s Key Health indicators in Five Years Ministry of Health 2 1 Top story

Hellen Namirembe Nviiri, the Director of Population and Social Statistics at UBOS notes that in Karamoja, the fertility rate is as high as 6.7 children per woman, while Kampala and Kigezi, have the lowest rates, it's at 4 children per woman.
10:41
10:41

UBOS to Roll Out Community Profiling for PDM Programme in Acholi 4 1

James Muwonge, the Director of Methodology and Statistical Coordination Services at UBOS says the exercise will focus on collecting data on available services in all the Parishes across the subregion.
07:36
07:36

62% Ugandans Aged Fifteen and Above Are Fully Vaccinated for COVID -19 - Survey The World Bank 2 1 Top story

According to the report, the youngest respondents aged fifteen to twenty-four had the lowest shares of fully vaccinated respondents. The survey shows that a sizable share of the oldest respondents aged 65 and above remains unvaccinated.
17:20
17:20

15 Percent of Women in Uganda Can’t Access Contraceptives-Survey Makerere University 1 3

In the survey which was conducted jointly by the Ministry of Health, Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS), and Makerere University School of Public Health, researchers say sexually active respondents were asked whether they intended to get pregnant and they said no and yet they were not using any contraceptive method.
17:41
17:41

Ugandans Eating Less Food Per Person Every Year food supply 2

There has been a decline in starchy roots food availability since 2013 at 130.5 Kg to 100.9 Kg in 2020, and even alcohol being drunk has reduced from 74.8kgs in 2013 to 60.3kgs in 2019.
21:23
21:23

One in Three People Struggled to Find Food During Lockdown- Report food insecurity 2

The findings which were arrived at through monitoring via phone call by Uganda Bureau of Statistics and United Nations agencies in 13 urban areas, refugee hosting districts and the Karamoja region were received by Eng. Hillary Onek the Minister for Disaster Preparedness and Refugees who said this gives pointers on what areas deserve attention of government resources.
19:15
19:15

Survey On Uganda's Primary Health Care Performance Starts Makerere University 4 1

Professor Frederick Wabwire-Mangen, the principal investigator told URN in an interview on Monday that there was a need to establish the abilities and capacities of health facilities across the country for proper government planning.
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