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Uganda’s new burden of HIV/Aids

By Morris DC Komakech Government policies and spending key to achieving an HIV-free generation The debate about a prospective HIV-free generation given the advent of WHO Option B+ attracts attention. Further probing of the idea may expose it as a distant utopia. To have an HIV-free generation, our communities must …

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Why do customers fear banks?

By Annette Kuteesa and Corti Paul Lakuma To be successful, lessons in financial matters must involve simple decision-making rules In Uganda, many point to the success of mobile money in improving financial inclusion by promoting peer-to-peer money transfer. The widespread presence of mobile service stations and variety of services, particularly …

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`Wonderful things happen in Africa’

By Kavuma-Kaggwa Former President Idi Amin Dada’s words fit perfectly into the behaviours of African president kicked out of power African countries started to achieve Independence from European colonialists in 1960 although Ghana, in West Africa gained Independence on March 6, 1957. Many wonderful things have happened in Africa since …

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Interest-free banking a reality ?

By Irene Atim Lakony Islamic banking should increase access to investment finance and see a rise in entrepreneurship projects The Ugandan government has embraced Islamic banking as evidenced by Cabinet’s recent approval of the same with the proposed Islamic Banking Bill 2014 currently before the Uganda Law Reform Commission undergoing …

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