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NGO extends UGX30Bn relief cash to private school teachers

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | With the long-awaited government relief package to private school teachers becoming smoke and mirrors, a third party is coming on board to put some temporary relief cash in teachers’ pockets ahead of school reopening. Private school teachers at all levels are part of the groups of …

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Finance, trade ministries conflict over UGX 200Bn MSME relief cash

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Government ministries are yet to agree on how to manage the Shillings 200 billion relief package that President Yoweri Museveni announced for micro, small and medium enterprises while announcing the second COVID-19 induced lockdown. More than a month later, the money is yet to be …

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KCCA tasked to account for Covid-19 relief funds

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | A joint committee of Parliament has directed Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA to present accountability for 100 million Shillings spent by its five divisions to collect data for the COVID-19 relief beneficiaries. The joint parliamentary team comprising the Public and Local Government Accounts committees was tasked …

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Gov’t yet to disburse UGX 1.4Bn relief cash

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | 1.4 Billion Shillings is yet to be disbursed to vulnerable people as Covid-19 relief cash. This was revealed by Julius Kakeeto, the Post Bank Chief Executive Officer and the Executive Director Andrew Kabeera on Friday while appearing before the joint parliamentary team, comprising the Public and …

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MPs task gender ministry on Covid-19 cash criteria

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Members of Parliament have tasked the Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development to explain the criteria used by the government to come up with the beneficiaries of the COVID-19 relief cash. The Minister Betty Amongi appeared before a joint committee comprising both the Public …

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