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Museveni urges religious leaders to embrace PDM

Hoima, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | President Yoweri Museveni has tasked religious leaders to mobilise their parishioners to embrace the Parish Developmental Model (PDM) programme that is currently being rolled out in the country. The call was part of his message during the groundbreaking ceremony and fundraising drive for the …

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Standard Chartered Bank launches Shs430million youth programme

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT |  Standard Chartered Bank Uganda in partnership with Challenges Worldwide, a Kampala-based business development consultancy, has launched the scale-up of the Youth to Work (Y2W) phase III programme worth Shs430 million. The hybrid event that had participants attend both physically and online, took place in Kampala and …

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POLICE: Ugandan domestic worker was murdered

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The examination of body samples removed from the corpse of Milly Namazzi has revealed that all the internal organs were intact. Namazzi left Uganda for a domestic job in Saudi Arabia in 2019. She was expected to return home after the expiry of her …

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EAC jobs interview postponed after Uganda’s protest

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The interview for several East African Community Secretariat jobs that was planned to commence from 18th October until 2nd November has been postponed due to lack of quorum. The secretariat early this year advertised over 50 jobs attracting more than 15,000 applications. However, there have …

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Uganda to open shelter for stranded girls in UAE

Dubai, UAE | THE INDEPENDENT | President Yoweri Museveni has said that the government of Uganda is to open a shelter in the United Arab Emirates-UAE to shelter girls that get stranded in that country after being trafficked. Museveni made the pronouncement after discussions with the executive leaders of Ugandans …

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Thousands of Ugandans stranded in Gulf states

Busia, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Up to 2400 Ugandans trafficked to Gulf countries last year are loitering the streets there without jobs, Uganda’s Ambassador to the United Arabs Emirates (UAE)  has revealed. Ambassador Zaake Kibedi said that most of the affected are females who were trafficked to countries like …

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