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Kenya’s plan to privatise prisons

Why it’s risky and needs careful planning Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Kenya is taking steps towards privatising its prisons. Gráinne Perkins asked expert Rob Allen, an independent researcher and cofounder of Justice and Prisons, about the benefits and risks of prison privatisation. Why do countries involve the private sector …

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Elizabeth Kasujja: Queen’s award winner

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Elizabeth Kasujja is one of the three young Ugandans who recently won the prestigious Queen’s Young Leader award for their community service. They were awarded in London at a ceremony presided over by Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom. The award distinguishes and celebrates exceptional …

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Congolese doctor wins Nobel Peace Prize 2018

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Denis Mukwege is a crusading gynaecologist who has spent more than two decades treating appalling injuries inflicted on women in DRC. On Oct.05 he was awarded the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize together with Nadia Murad; a former terrorist sex slave from Iraq who became a …

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‘Africa’s exposure for political risk triples’

Kampala, Uganda | ISAAC KHISA | Last June, multilateral insurer, African Trade and Insurance Agency, paid its first dividend worth US$2.5 million to 14 shareholder governments including Uganda. The firms CEO George Otieno spoke to The Independent’s Isaac Khisa about the firm’s future prospects. What is your management philosophy? I really …

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