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Tarehe Sita: How UPE Has Enhanced Socio-economic Transformation of Uganda.

posted onFebruary 4, 2020

By Dickson Namisi.

Desmond Tutu once stated that “Universal Education is not only a moral imperative but an economic necessity to pave the way towards making many more nations self-sufficient and sustaining.” It was on the basis of similar thoughts that the Government of Uganda under the custodianship of H.E. Yoweri Kaguta Museveni introduced Universal Primary Education (UPE) programme in 1997 as a permanent and fundamental change for socio-economic and political transformation of the country.

America Shouldn't Interfere With Uganda's Internal Affairs

posted onNovember 20, 2019

By Peter Ogwang 

Three years after the 2016 U.S presidential election, the Americans are still up in arms following classified reports that hackers linked to the Russian government reportedly interfered with the election process where they harmed the campaign of Hillary Clinton, thus boosting the candidacy of Donald Trump, now the President.

Museveni Roots for End of HIV/AIDS by 2030

posted onOctober 29, 2019

Magezi Kiriinjju

In the 1980s when Dr. Luc Montagnier of Pasteur Institute, a French research organization was busy feuding with Dr. Robert Gallo of the American National Cancer Institute over who found the virus that causes Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), Ugandans were grappling with what had befallen them. A strange ailment was wrecking havoc on communities leaving entire families wiped out, villages abandoned, orphans and old people helpless, the medical community and politicians bewildered.

Crime in Uganda: The Case of a Rich Man and his Poor Neighbors

posted onSeptember 18, 2019

By Eng. Tom Isingoma Mwesiga

a). Illustration:
~There was a rich man whose cows were constantly destroying crops in the poor people's gardens. This was repeated season after season. Whenever the man was contacted, he adamantly and arrogantly responded that just about 200 out of 2000 cows had gone to the people's gardens which is not a big number to make them cry. That what would they do if the whole number of 2000 cattle went to their small unproductive gardens?