Give Tourism Attractions Maximum Publicity – Call

[Daily News] TANZANIANS living overseas have been asked to team up with ambassadors accredited in countries where they are living to promote and market local attractions in a bid to increase tourist inflow.

[Daily News] TANZANIANS living overseas have been asked to team up with ambassadors accredited in countries where they are living to promote and market local attractions in a bid to increase tourist inflow.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Residents Cry Out Over Cattle Theft

[Monitor] Katakwi -Residents of Palam, Ngariam, Magoro and Ongongoja sub-counties in Katakwi District are demanding for an immediate intervention into the continued theft of animals by Karimojong warriors.

[Monitor] Katakwi -Residents of Palam, Ngariam, Magoro and Ongongoja sub-counties in Katakwi District are demanding for an immediate intervention into the continued theft of animals by Karimojong warriors.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Promoting Girl-Child Technical Education

[Monitor] Uganda is making strides in promoting vocational education. But most importantly there is need to promote and encourage high enrollment of the girl-child for technical education.

[Monitor] Uganda is making strides in promoting vocational education. But most importantly there is need to promote and encourage high enrollment of the girl-child for technical education.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Like Museveni, Besigye Legacy Is a Matter of Great Concern

[Monitor] No one has endured the caution to think about his legacy like President Museveni. His critics have correctly warned that after 32 years in power, he risks eroding whatever good he has done as President.

[Monitor] No one has endured the caution to think about his legacy like President Museveni. His critics have correctly warned that after 32 years in power, he risks eroding whatever good he has done as President.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Don’t Import Doctors, Just Check Brain Drain

[Monitor] Daily Monitor yesterday revealed that the government is drawing plans to bring into the country 200 doctors from the Caribbean island nation of Cuba, and also hire retired personnel to fix the gaps in the health sector. The decision to staff …

[Monitor] Daily Monitor yesterday revealed that the government is drawing plans to bring into the country 200 doctors from the Caribbean island nation of Cuba, and also hire retired personnel to fix the gaps in the health sector. The decision to staff the health sector is healthy, especially that the country, as of 2013, had a 1:24,725 doctor to patient ratio. The intention to also make the experts train and supervise intern doctors is very much welcome.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Dar Shines in Vaccination Drive

[Daily News] TANZANIA has set a world record in national immunisation coverage, thanks to the government-backed national Immunisation and Vaccine Programme currently under implementation.

[Daily News] TANZANIA has set a world record in national immunisation coverage, thanks to the government-backed national Immunisation and Vaccine Programme currently under implementation.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania