Uganda Communications Commission has shed light on MTN, Airtel’s agreement together with other telecommunication companies across Africa in backing a new health platform designed to create a two-way communication scheme between individual citizens and health authorities.
UCC Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has suspended its 2020 internship and graduate industrial training programmes in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Uganda Communications Commission (the Commission) is the regulator in the development of a modern Communications Sector in Uganda. Accordingly, the Commission regulates telephone services, radio and television, postal services and the airwaves used by all wireless radio devices.
Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has dismissed reports linking COVID 19 outbreak to the deployment of 5G (Fifth Generation) technology.
Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has temporarily lifted a ban on outdoor air broadcasting commonly known as “bizindalo” to give a leeway to the agents of Ministry of Health to sensitize the masses about the COVID 19 pandemic.
By Amb. Henry Mayega
Uganda will this week receive more doses of Covid-19 vaccines, the health ministry spokesman Emmanuel Ainebyoona said in a tweet.
Ainebyoona, who did not specify the amount, said AstraZeneca and Sinovac vaccines will be shipped into the country on July 30 and 31 respectively.
“Out of the mountain of despair, a stone of hope.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.
When it first emerged out of the Chinese city of Wuhan in 2019, not many in Uganda ever imagined it would rapidly become a global health nuisance - a pandemic.
In Uganda, it appeared a week after president Museveni first placed us in lockdown. For many in Uganda, this was the first time they had ever heard of “lockdown”. It was the first time, save for those fortunate to be married, many had ever experienced “curfew”!!
The Surge in patients battling Covid-19 has overwhelmed the health sectors of most, if not all countries, globally. And Uganda is no different.
The Deputy Speaker of Parliament Anita Among met with a delegation from the Turkish Embassy to trade knowledge on improving health sectors of respective countries.