Teacher in Iganga district prepare to celebrate world teachers Day.

IGANGA. As teachers across the country prepare to cerebrate the world teachers day on 5th this month, some have narrated what difficulties they go through. While talking to the reporter of this web site exclusively, the chairperson of UNATU Iganga branch Sangayi Gerald said that most of the teachers are under paid and on top of that they receive their salaries late. He said that the little money they get which arrive late cannot work out their problems like rent, paying school fees and others. ”Imagine you are getting your…

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Pastor Wilson Bugembe Receives A Gift Of Radio Station From City Tycoon

The Ugandan gospel musician and a Pastor at Light the world Ministries in Nansana – Kampala, Pr. Wilson Bugembe is one of the Pastors in Uganda with a very humble back ground, who lost his mother and father at a very young age. Bugembe’s siblings also lost their lives with time, therefore he started surviving on his own on the streets of Kampala hustling here and there to eat. He then started his music career with songs such as “Mukama njagala kumanya” which was loved by many Ugandans including the people in his…

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Busoga gets Shs790m for health

Jinja. Jinja Area Community Federation (JACOFE), a non-governmental organisation, has earmarked Shs790 million to promote health services in Kamuli and Mayuge districts. Addressing the media in Jinja town last week, the Manager of the NGO, Mr Henry Bazibu, the money which is being contributed by Child Fund, Pathfinder International and Terres De Hommes will be used to implement a five-year project on advocacy for better health. He said the project was initiated after surveys in the two districts revealed that health and living standards had deteriorated and which was in…

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Busoga to improve learning outcomes

Busoga Kingdom’s bid to improve learning outcomes last week received a major boost with a Shs 36m donation. This is after Chinese firm Huawei, in conjunction with the Chinese embassy, donated examination printing equipment worth $10,000 (Shs 36m) to Busoga Kingdom’s joint examinations board (BKJEB). The equipment, including a laptop, two desktop computers, one printer and other assorted appliances will assist the Kingdom in preparing the region’s students to enhance skills in preparation of national examinations. Speaker Rebecca Kadaga (2nd L) hands over a portrait of the Kyabazinga to the…

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