Enforcing Security Is a Shared Responsibility

[New Times] Rwanda National Police (RNP) on Saturday joined residents and government officials in community sanitation activities as well as construction of clean water sources and renovation of houses.

[New Times] Rwanda National Police (RNP) on Saturday joined residents and government officials in community sanitation activities as well as construction of clean water sources and renovation of houses.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

KCCA, Africain Coaches Reveal Inside Knowledge Ahead of CAF Clash

[Monitor] Kampala -Mike Mutebi watched at least six Club Africain Tunisian league matches on tape and a couple of continental ones from last season while in Morocco as the KCCA manager pondered a comeback from a 3-0 defeat to Fus Rabat 10 days ago.

[Monitor] Kampala -Mike Mutebi watched at least six Club Africain Tunisian league matches on tape and a couple of continental ones from last season while in Morocco as the KCCA manager pondered a comeback from a 3-0 defeat to Fus Rabat 10 days ago.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Uganda in Do or Die Start

[Monitor] Kampala -Uganda start their ICC World Cricket League Division Three tournament against Canada, a familiar rival at Lugogo Oval today.

[Monitor] Kampala -Uganda start their ICC World Cricket League Division Three tournament against Canada, a familiar rival at Lugogo Oval today.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Retraining Graduates – Are Govt Bodies Reinventing the Wheel?

[Monitor] Universities are currently drenched in fear over training schools that are being established by government parastatals. They claim that the schools are duplicating some of the courses they teach at the university.

[Monitor] Universities are currently drenched in fear over training schools that are being established by government parastatals. They claim that the schools are duplicating some of the courses they teach at the university.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Qualifications or Experience – What Is More Important?

[Monitor] There is an increase in the number of universities in the country making it easy for one to acquire higher education qualifications. As such more undergraduates are going for graduate studies soon after their first qualification, and as with …

[Monitor] There is an increase in the number of universities in the country making it easy for one to acquire higher education qualifications. As such more undergraduates are going for graduate studies soon after their first qualification, and as with everything else, this, too, has its advantages and disadvantages.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Migration Problem Will Be an Unwanted Obstacle to the SDGs

[Monitor] Education facilities are also not adequate because of the numbers congested in refugee camps. Five, attempting to attain gender equality so far falls short of expectations. Blame it on rape, child marriage and increased gender-based violence …

[Monitor] Education facilities are also not adequate because of the numbers congested in refugee camps. Five, attempting to attain gender equality so far falls short of expectations. Blame it on rape, child marriage and increased gender-based violence in refugee settlement facilities. Six, displacements have made management of water and sanitation unsustainable.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Why NRM Holds the Key to Mao and Nambooze’s Democratic Party Troubles

[Monitor] It is very hot in the house of Uganda’s oldest political party; the Democratic Party (DP). The vice president for Buganda region, Betty Bakireke Nambooze, has found herself on the wrong side of the president general, Norbert Mao.

[Monitor] It is very hot in the house of Uganda's oldest political party; the Democratic Party (DP). The vice president for Buganda region, Betty Bakireke Nambooze, has found herself on the wrong side of the president general, Norbert Mao.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

ICC World Cricket League – What Is At Stake?

[Monitor] Kampala -Charles Waiswa admitted that “there is pressure playing at home” while captain Davis Karashani thinks “it’s a huge responsibility” for the Cricket Cranes.

[Monitor] Kampala -Charles Waiswa admitted that "there is pressure playing at home" while captain Davis Karashani thinks "it's a huge responsibility" for the Cricket Cranes.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda