Andela Uganda’s initiative, which is targeting women with a dream of being technology geniuses to follow through their dream, was shortlisted under the Education category. Another technology company called Zimba Women Uganda was also shortlisted in the entrepreneurship category.
The Honda XL motorcycles will be deployed in the eight high-risk districts bordering the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The districts are Bundibugyo, Bunyangabu, Kasese, Kisoro, Kanungu, Kabarole and Packwach.
The dog reportedly disappeared after an accident involving a police truck registration number UP 5626 which was carrying a team of detectives heading to Kikuube district on a mission to track down suspects.
The roadside vendors had been evicted by Mpumudde division authorities following complaints that they were blocking access to the Amber Court market. Instead, the vendors took to the streets to protest against the eviction on grounds that they had no alternative place for their operations.
Super Cereal comprises maize or wheat blended with soya beans, fortified with vitamins and minerals, processed into flour and supplied in 25-kg bags as a critical part of WFP’s efforts to prevent malnutrition, especially among women and children.
The committee also said in 2006 Government assured the people of Kabale district that the Mini Power Station Maziba Mini Hydro power station commissioned in 1963 would be rehabilitated and was expected to be operational by 2011, but to date nothing has been done.
Denis Jjuuko, the President of Rotary Club of Kampala-Naalya told URN that a feasibility study has been conducted and it was established that through the development of rock surface into a catchment, the rainwater runoff can be harvested and stored into a storage structure for domestic and livestock use in areas that are water stressed.
Malac, who was delivering a keynote address at a World Press Freedom Day national conference at Golf Course Hotel said Uganda Communication Commission (UCC) recent directives to radios and TVs is indicative that media is under assault for doing its job.
Dr. Meddie Kaggwa, the chairperson of the Commission says dialogue is the best option to resolve the impasse. He said this after journalists under the Uganda Journalists Association called for resignation of Eng. Godfrey Mutabazi, the Chief Executive of Uganda Communications Commission.
Omoit accuses Kireka Police Station Commander, Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Nicholas Muyonjo and his two juniors; Sgt Joshua Jagule and Sgt William Kawooya of stealing and sharing his money amounting to USD 4,700 (17 million Shillings).