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Debt-Distressed African Countries Again Look To International Monetary Fund

By Akani Chauke By the International Monetary Fund (IMF’s) own admission, there are circumstances where African governments’ debt levels are so high they become unsustainable, such that the scheduled debt service exceeds the capacity of the member to service it. This rings true for a number of countries in the Sub-Saharan African

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2.7 Million Women Using Contraception In Uganda

A groundbreaking international report released Monday shows the use of modern methods of contraception has increased dramatically in Uganda, as the country pursues ambitious family planning goals for 2020. The report also shows modern contraception prevented over 1 million unintended pregnancies and 228,000 unsafe abortions between July 2017 and July 2018

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Inside Akol’s Impressive Performance At URA, Future Plans

Doris Akol (in featured photo) was first appointed Commissioner General of Uganda Revenue Authority in October 2014. She was definitely headed for a daunting task considering the fact that she was replacing Allen Kagina, the ‘lady’ who had literally become the image of URA. Under Kagina’s leadership, URA became one of the

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