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Police Moves to Ban Clan Corporal Punishment

Police in Northern Uganda has called for a ban on corporal punishment carried out by clans stating that it is not a right way to promote justice and morality in the society. Mbale

Committee observes shortfalls in health care delivery

A Parliamentary Committee has observed a near breakdown of health services in the three districts of Lira, Oyam and Gulu in northern Uganda, and provided wide ranging recommendatio
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    Policy Coordination, Monitoring And Evaluation
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    Govt Fails To Allocate Money To Buy Hospital Mattresses

Besigye Weighs In On Kayihura's Spy Tapes

The Campaign for Free and Fair Elections Now in Northern Uganda ended very peacefully and successfully. We had a Town Hall meeting, a rally, and a radio program in Arua; a mini-ral

PRDP: Sustaining Social-Economic Growth In Northern Uganda, Karamoja

Peace Recovery and Development Plan (PRDP) was at first a three year comprehensive plan of action to strengthen coordination, enhance monitoring of nationally and internationally s
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    Policy Coordination, Monitoring And Evaluation
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    PRDP: Ensuring Greater Focus On Economic Revitalisation
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    Hon. Janet K Museveni's Dream Of Transforming Karamoja Into A Self Sustaining Region Comes True
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PRDP: Ensuring Greater Focus On Economic Revitalisation

PRDP 2 will need to increase focus on economic revitalisation in order to address income poverty and to tackle youth unemployment, which has been identified as a potential conflict
  • Oil in Uganda
    Media deserve only five out of ten for promoting oil transparency
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    Hon. Janet K Museveni's Dream Of Transforming Karamoja Into A Self Sustaining Region Comes True
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    AfDB's $36m offer on Kafue Sub-Basin
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Luwero Rwenzori Development Programme Improves The Livelihoods Of The People Of Luwero

Luwero-Rwenzori Development Programme (LRDP) Located to the north of Kampala, Luwero triangle was the fighting base of the 1981-1985 National Resistance Army (NRA) struggle that em
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    PRDP brings a smile to the people of Northern Uganda
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    PRDP: Sustaining Social-Economic Growth In Northern Uganda, Karamoja

PROFILE: Dr .Ojok Vincent Senior Medical clinical officer at Gulu Referral Hospital

Dr .Ojok Vincent is a senior Medical clinical officer at Gulu Referral hospital as Uganda joins the world in celebrating world Aids day. What causes High Blood Pressure? I must als
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    Educate the public about opportunities in the oil sector
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Northern youths neglected - report

A report by Alert International, a peace-building organisation has found that majority of youths in Acholi and Lango sub-regions are least likely to become economically and sociall

PRDP brings a smile to the people of Northern Uganda

The overall goal of PRDP is to stabilize Northern Uganda and lay a fi rm foundation for recovery and development. The PRDP aims to bring the North up to “national average lev
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    PRDP: Sustaining Social-Economic Growth In Northern Uganda, Karamoja
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    Educate the public about opportunities in the oil sector
  • The Post
    No limits should be placed on what women can achieve - Chisala
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    New truck hits market with bang
  • The Weekly Observer
    Museveni's unkept promises: a scorecard

Gulu impresses Miss Uganda scouts

The second leg of the Miss Uganda 2012 regional tours took place over the weekend at Diana gardens in Gulu, with Gulu University presenting the highest number of contestants. The n
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    AfDB's $36m offer on Kafue Sub-Basin
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    No limits should be placed on what women can achieve - Chisala