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Registering essential medicines

Uganda lags behind Kenya as experts advise East African countries to prioritise their essential medicines for drug registration | THE INDEPENDENT | Governments should ensure that the regulatory agencies responsible for registering medicines prioritise and restrict the registration of medicines to only those that are on the lists of essential …

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Bobi Wine’s interview on CNN

Presidential candidate Robert Ssentamu Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine was recently interviewed by CNN international host Christiane Amanpour. There has widespread interest since the programme aired on Dec.07. We reproduce a transcript of the interview due to public demand. Christiane Amanpour : So, now to another country, another continent where democracy …

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Africa’s recovery from COVID-19

It will depend on its ability to mobilise resources – Adesina | THE INDEPENDENT | Africa’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic will depend on the continent’s ability to mobilise resources, according to African Development Bank (AfDB) President Akinwumi Adesina. Adesina was on Dec.10 speaking during Nobel Week Dialogue, a prelude …

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Sustaining CSR during financial hardships

How businesses can restructure strategic initiatives that advance the bottom line and core purpose COMMENT | JOAN SEMANDA KIZZA | Corporate Social Responsibility and Investment (CSR/I) has grown to become an intrinsic part of practices by many companies across the globe. In the past, all that mattered for businesses was …

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Down in Napak

Wasswad boldly cuts into ambiguity of nature and science Kampala, Uganda | DOMINIC MUWANGUZI | Wasswa Donald’s aka Wasswad latest solo show is called ‘Down in Napak’.  That title quickly provokes interest in anyone who has visited the northern district of Uganda before.  Is the artist, through his work, paying …

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UEGCL commissions more projects under Isimba Dam project

The company now plans to rollout CDAP second phase that will include rural electrification, tree planting along R. Nile and improving water and sanitation facilities Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Uganda Electricity Generation Company executives have commissioned community development projects in Kayunga District in fulfilment of a promise made …

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