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Cost of COVID-19 critical care

Are private health facilities profiteering from pandemic? Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | The high cost of critical care has become a major issue since the Delta variant of the Coronavirus swept through Uganda leaving behind thousands of deaths and financially deprived families. When it hit, public hospitals where treatment …

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Covid-19 devastates the Batwa

Marginalisation of the minority tribe keeps relief away Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | Sylvia Kokunda, a young member from the Batwa minority community in southwestern Uganda has watched with frustration the recent debate on which groups of people in Uganda deserve to get the government cash relief during the …

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UK committed to Ugandan democracy

  British High Commissioner to Uganda, Kate Airey, shares her views with The Independent’s Ronald Musoke in an email interview  You arrived in Uganda in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic. Still, I would like to imagine that you have tried to move around the country over the last seven …

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Tanzania wants new EAC rules

Experts say regional body is ‘club of suspicious people’ Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | President Samia Suluhu Hassan of Tanzania’s recent call for the evaluation of the East African Community legal instruments to reflect current times has elicited mixed reactions among regional analysts. When President Suluhu recently met top …

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Batwa community included in global environment study

Global study that seeks to understand how environmental change is impacting indigenous communities Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | The Batwa, a small indigenous forest-dwelling community found in Southwestern Uganda, are set to benefit from a new research project that seeks to understand the emotional effects of environmental change experienced by the …

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