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Communities, Neighborhoods start Congregating as Churches Remain Closed

05 Jul 2020 · Eng. Moses Wakulera, a resident of Kigoowa suburb in Kampala is one of those who hold Sunday services in their homes. He says that they started congregating as a family in their sitting room but as time went by a few neighbors asked to join them.

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Communities, Neighborhoods start Congregating as Churches Remain Closed 4 3

Eng. Moses Wakulera, a resident of Kigoowa suburb in Kampala is one of those who hold Sunday services in their homes. He says that they started congregating as a family in their sitting room but as time went by a few neighbors asked to join them.
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RDC Suspends Suspicious Cultural Practices at Lufu Island 1 3

According to Kigongo, such practices have been common on various islands in Buvuma but they have managed to stop them by suspending suspicious cultural rituals.
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Abim District Battles Fresh Infestation of Scabies 2

Abim District Health Officer Anthony Okengo says that the skin infestation is rampant across all the sub-counties affecting mostly children and elderly persons. He says currently, all health centres are treating the condition.
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2,300 Elderly Persons Enrolled on SAGE Scheme in Bukomansimbi 4 1

Steven Kasaija, the SAGE coordinator at the Ministry of Gender noted that riding on lessons from districts in the Northern and Eastern part of the country which were covered first, the government was convinced to bring onboard the elderly in districts of the central and southern regions where the need is also high.
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Use of Face Masks in Kyotera District Still Low 5 2

But a survey conducted by Uganda Radio Network in communities in Kyotera district has established that the general use of the facemasks is still so low.
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UCC Pursuing Policy to Regulate Online Businesses 2

Speaking during an online discussion organized by Uganda Nation Bureau of Standards-UNBS under the theme “Ensuring Quality of products and services in e-commerce, Henry Mugabi, the Assistant Technical Officer in Uganda Communications Commission, said the frame work will act as standard procedure for all other member states.
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Sausages with Pork Fat Stir Controversy over Halal Label Eric Sabiiti 1 5

According to Islamic law, halal foods are free from any component that Muslims are prohibited from consuming. It implies that the products have been carefully processed produced, manufactured and stored using utensils, equipment and machinery that have been cleansed in conformity with Islamic teaching.