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Federal, Reinstating Term Limits Top Opposition’s 10 Proposed Electoral Reforms

 Uganda’s Opposition has lined up 10 electoral reforms government should capture in the impending electoral reforms culminating from the Supreme Court ruling in 2016. It should be noted that when former Premier, Amama Mbabazi challenged President Yoweri Museveni’s victory on grounds that the elections weren't free and fair, the Justices

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How Uganda’s Agriculture & Food System Can Create Jobs

Agriculture can provide jobs to Uganda’s unemployed youth if well harnessed, according to the 12th Uganda Economic Update published late last year by the World Bank. The report, “Developing Uganda’s Agri-Food System for Inclusive Economic Growth,” notes that the sector’s economic contribution extends well beyond the production sector into the

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‘Skills Are The Currency Of The 21st Century’

The Africa Internship Academy (AIA) is a successful youth employment accelerator in Ghana, that provides work readiness and entrepreneurship programs for secondary & higher education students as well as graduates to gain entrepreneurial and employability skills: after proceeds to assign mentors to them: and either connect them to employers looking

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Only 55% Of Persons With Disabilities Have Access To Mobile Money- UCC Study

By Drake Nyamugabwa A new study has revealed that 55%of Persons With Disabilities (PWDs) in Uganda use mobile money platform. The study commissioned by the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) with the main objective of establishing the current patterns of access, usage and challenges of PWDs to Information Communication and Technology

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