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MPs want more audits in government departments

The chairperson of Parliaments Public Accounts committee Kasiano Wadri has expressed the need for more special audits in various government institutions and ministries to unearth deep rooted corruption. This follows a recent special audit report of the office of the prime minister that revealed gross mismanagement of public funds. He says what was discovered is […]

Government to regulate microfinance institutions and mobile money

Government to regulate microfinance institutions and mobile money

The government has announced that the Bank of Uganda will start regulating micro finances and mobile money as the way of protecting the consumers of such services. The minister of finance Maria Kiwanuka said that consumers have been complaining about the microfinance services and government is being forced to intervene. She that government has already […]

Makerere University Students to access lessons on internet

  Makerere University Students are to start accessing lessons and do course works on internet. Sam Sung Electronic, a limited Company is negotiating with different institutions of learning in Uganda to contract them to manage their communication technology. The company wants to implement this programme next year. Simon Kariithi, a Sales director with Sam Sung […]

Get opportunity in Grants for health development in developing countries

Grants For Health Development in Developing Countries: The British Council and the Tropical Health and Education Trust (THET) have jointly launched the International Health Links Funding Scheme (IHLFS) with the funding support of the UK Department for International Development (DFID) and the Department of Health. The scheme will be implemented through a partnership, referred to […]

Study Health Development in Developing Countries &UK

Grants For Health Development in Developing Countries: The British Council and the Tropical Health and Education Trust (THET) have jointly launched the International Health Links Funding Scheme (IHLFS) with the funding support of the UK Department for International Development (DFID) and the Department of Health. The scheme will be implemented through a partnership, referred to […]

Get Masters Degree in Women’s and Gender Studies Scholarships

  Masters Degree in Women’s and Gender Studies Scholarships, Masters: The European Union grants several Masters Degree in Women’s and Gender Studies Scholarships to third country students. GEMMA: Master in Women’s and Gender Studies is a joint European multidisciplinary programme which provides high quality academic education and professional competencies for students wanting toconduct further research […]

Research Grant Funding offers scholarships Worldwide

research Grants for individuals, scholars, organizations & institutions. Financial support for research. Grants/Funding available to support scientists and research in the humanities & social sciences. AERA Research Grants Africa Initiative Graduate Research Grant African Small Grants – Small Research Grants for African Scientists African Economic Research Consortium Awards DAAD Research Grants Elephant Conservation and Research […]

African ministers block Uganda education colonialism

The council of ministers in East African Community have rejected a proposed legislation that was widely interpreted as a move by Uganda to sell its education colonialism to other countries in the region. Uganda working through its representative in the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA), Wandera Ogalo thought an amendment of the Inter University Council […]

Ministry of Education releases Nurses and Midwifery results

The Uganda National Examination Board has today released the 2011 nurses’ examination results indicating a general improvement in performance. Announcing the results, the Executive Secretary of the Nurses Examinations Board, Helen Kataratambi said that a total of 2433 candidates sat for the exams with 49 passing with distinctions, and only 41 were ungraded. She has […]

Universities appeal to government on taxes

Heads of private universities operating in Uganda are calling on the government to waive taxes levied on them to enable them provide subjects units that need more finances to be taught in these institutions. The chairman African region and executive director, Cavendish University, Dr. Ketrine Salati, many courses need huge sums of money to be taught […]

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