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NSSF targets 6,000 units in nationwide blood donation drive

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) is targeting collection of over 6,000 units of blood in a week long countrywide blood donation drive. The NSSF’s 9th annual blood donation drive was launched today at Mulago Hospital. Speaking at the launch, the NSSF Managing Director, …

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NSSF’s Byarugaba sets new target

But will he achieve the Shs 20 trillion in savings by 2022? Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Richard Byarugaba was recently re-appointed as the managing director of the National Social Security Fund for another five-year term. His performance in the first term seems to have impressed his supervisor – the …

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Technological innovations boost NSSF contributions

The National Social Security Fund’s move to shut down its old e-collection system and adopt a more advanced tech savvy portal last year coupled with increase in compliance has boosted its capability to collect more employee contributions, according to its Managing Director, Richard Byarugaba. KAMPALA, UGANDA |ISAAC KHISA|  Byarugaba, who …

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NSSF widens pension coverage with new saving plan

NSSF widens pension coverage with new saving plan  Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE |  The National Social Security Fund has unveiled a voluntary membership plan that will provide employers and workers that are not compelled by the mandatory provisions of the NSSF Act the opportunity to voluntarily save for their retirement Interested …

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Leaders say bureaucracy frustrating OWC

ANALYSIS: ‘You’re to blame’. District bosses grill government officials, minister The trucks rolled up suddenly, without warning. But soon enough, the district Chief Accounting Officer (CAO), Esau Ekachelau, was informed of their mission: They had brought 800 bags of cassava cutting for distribution to farmers in the district. It was a …

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HEALTH: Bird flu threat

Experts say worst is over – possibly The good news announcement from the Ministry of Health came on Monday Jan. 30: the strain of avian influenza that was recently responsible for the death of many migrating wild birds in Uganda is possibly not likely to cause so-called `bird flu’ disease …

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