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Church advised to strive for financial independence

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Church of Uganda has been advised to stop seeking donations but strive for its own financial independence. This advice was given by Dr. James Mwangi, the Chief Executive Officer of Equity Bank Holdings while addressing the 26 Provincial Assembly held at Uganda Christian University, Mukono. …

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Uganda exceeds annual refugee ceiling amid influx from DR Congo

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Uganda has hit its annual refugee admission target at half year, exerting more pressure on the country to urgently look for donations if its globally recognized open door policy is to be sustained. Douglas Asiimwe, the Acting Commissioner for Refugees at the Office of the …

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We prefer donations in kind to cash – Minister Tumwebaze

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Minister for Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries, Frank Tumwebaze is discouraging donors from giving his ministry cash. Tumwebaze said cash donations are tempting and also items to be procured could take longer because of the procedures that must be taken such as domestic and international …

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Digitise collection of donations to church

Churches shouldn’t overlook the now unavoidable solutions towards giving that is smart, fast, and virus free COMMENT | MICHAEL JJINGO | Change is real! Many people doubted the migrating of television programs from analogue to digital, even after appreciating the spin offs that were to follow; crystal clear pictures, better …

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Roke Telkom concludes charity drive

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Roke Telkom, a Ugandan-owned telecommunications company has concluded its annual corporate social responsibility initiative dubbed Roke Gives Back, with donations of welfare items and learning equipment worth Shs 33m in five districts across the country. At the start of October, the internet company launched its …

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