Without Makerere University, Uganda National Research Agenda Is Dead

[Monitor] Today Uganda has more than 45 universities. The annual research output of Makerere University is more than that of all universities in Uganda combined. This is expected since Makerere University has more PhD holders than all other universitie…

[Monitor] Today Uganda has more than 45 universities. The annual research output of Makerere University is more than that of all universities in Uganda combined. This is expected since Makerere University has more PhD holders than all other universities in Uganda combined. It takes time to build a reputable research institution. Makerere University is the heart of research and innovation in Uganda. It also follows that the death of Makerere is synonymous with the death of the national research agenda of Uganda. Rese

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

District Leaders Discriminate Against Us – PWDs

[Monitor] Masaka Persons living with disabilities (PWDs) in Masaka District have decried the poor working relationship between them and the district leadership, which they say has hindered their development.

[Monitor] Masaka Persons living with disabilities (PWDs) in Masaka District have decried the poor working relationship between them and the district leadership, which they say has hindered their development.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Onyango Demands Strict 7s Policy

[Monitor] Kampala -About two months ago as the national sevens ruggers were preparing for the Africa Rugby Sevens Cup, coach Tolbert Onyango expressed his wish of having the sevens code divorced from the 15s to help build a competitive national sevens …

[Monitor] Kampala -About two months ago as the national sevens ruggers were preparing for the Africa Rugby Sevens Cup, coach Tolbert Onyango expressed his wish of having the sevens code divorced from the 15s to help build a competitive national sevens side.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

More Fans Gabon-Bound As Nile Special Send 23 to Support Uganda Cranes

[Monitor] Kampala -Uganda Cranes partners, Nile Special, are the latest company to announce they will be treating lucky national team fans to the Africa Cup of Nations festival due in Gabon next month.

[Monitor] Kampala -Uganda Cranes partners, Nile Special, are the latest company to announce they will be treating lucky national team fans to the Africa Cup of Nations festival due in Gabon next month.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Create Multi-Layered Strategy to Resolve Conflict in Rwenzori

[Monitor] The recent deadly clashes between government and Rwenzururu cultural institution is a stern warning that the conflict in the Rwenzori sub-region is far from over. Fatal attacks have been experienced since 1962 and more recently with the recog…

[Monitor] The recent deadly clashes between government and Rwenzururu cultural institution is a stern warning that the conflict in the Rwenzori sub-region is far from over. Fatal attacks have been experienced since 1962 and more recently with the recognition of Obusinga Bwa Rwenzururu in 2009 and Obudingiya Bwa Bamba in 2014. It is very important for the government to explore the root causes of the conflicts over time, the dynamics of the diverse ethnic composition in Kasese District and in greater Rwenzori sub-regi

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Sseninde Pours Heart Out for Under Privileged Female Footballers

[Monitor] Kampala -Crested Cranes midfielder Jean Sseninde, has over the past three months made it part of her schedule whenever she is in the country to visit various local football academies to give a helping hand in the development of women’s football.

[Monitor] Kampala -Crested Cranes midfielder Jean Sseninde, has over the past three months made it part of her schedule whenever she is in the country to visit various local football academies to give a helping hand in the development of women's football.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Local Oil and Gas Service Providers Complete Course

[Monitor] Kampala -Local companies under their umbrella body, the Association of Uganda Oil and Gas Providers (AUGOS), have completed a certified training course on environment and health safety (EHS) standards and received certificates that will enabl…

[Monitor] Kampala -Local companies under their umbrella body, the Association of Uganda Oil and Gas Providers (AUGOS), have completed a certified training course on environment and health safety (EHS) standards and received certificates that will enable them take part in the oil development process.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda