Why Extending Credit to Women Critical in Spurring Household Incomes

[Monitor] One of the greatest challenges in our economy is the strain in accessing credit. It’s a quandary Ugandans generally face irrespective of the traditional gender or net-worth biases.

[Monitor] One of the greatest challenges in our economy is the strain in accessing credit. It's a quandary Ugandans generally face irrespective of the traditional gender or net-worth biases.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

4 Years Later, Acholi Restocking Project Registers Mixed Fortunes

[Monitor] Acholi -Following nearly two decades of war between the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) rebels and government troops, millions of people were caught up in the war and lost thousands of livestock to both fighting forces and cattle rustlers who to…

[Monitor] Acholi -Following nearly two decades of war between the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) rebels and government troops, millions of people were caught up in the war and lost thousands of livestock to both fighting forces and cattle rustlers who took advantage of the insurgency.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Nakumatt Eyes Shs53 Billion Savings With Branch Closure Strategy

[Monitor] Nairobi -Nakumatt Supermarkets has announced plans to close its poorly performing branches in Kenya and Uganda as part of cost-cutting measures aimed at saving the retailer KSh1.5b (Shs53b) annually.

[Monitor] Nairobi -Nakumatt Supermarkets has announced plans to close its poorly performing branches in Kenya and Uganda as part of cost-cutting measures aimed at saving the retailer KSh1.5b (Shs53b) annually.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Uganda, South Sudan One-Stop Border Project Stalls Due to Funding

[Monitor] Kampala/Juba -The construction of a one-stop border post facilities at Elegu, which was expected to be handed over to the government in February, has stalled amid reports of funding dilemma.

[Monitor] Kampala/Juba -The construction of a one-stop border post facilities at Elegu, which was expected to be handed over to the government in February, has stalled amid reports of funding dilemma.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

US Funding Cutback Won’t Affect Healthcare – Minister

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Suspension of Sh2.1 billion in funding to the Ministry of Health will not impact life-saving services, Kenya and the US governments have sought to assure.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Suspension of Sh2.1 billion in funding to the Ministry of Health will not impact life-saving services, Kenya and the US governments have sought to assure.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

US Health Funding Cutback Puts Scandal Back in Spotlight

[Nation] The Sh5 billion health scandal was on Tuesday thrust back into the limelight as the US government suspended financial support worth nearly Sh2.1 billion to the ministry due what it called corruption, weak accounting procedures and lack of acco…

[Nation] The Sh5 billion health scandal was on Tuesday thrust back into the limelight as the US government suspended financial support worth nearly Sh2.1 billion to the ministry due what it called corruption, weak accounting procedures and lack of accountability.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya