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From Nepal to Uganda: How one UK charity is supporting the rule of law through book donations.

The UK Ministry of Justice recently announced that it would start a pilot to enable people to have their tax appeals heard via video hearings saving travel time and money and improving access to justice for people with health problems. 536 more words

Rule Of Law

Dr. Jose.C Calls Out Bebe Cool For a Battle Of The Champions:

Just after his performance at Comedy Store hosted by Alex Muhangi that takes place at UMA Showground, Dr Jose Chameleone to to his facebook and called out Bebe Cool for a 2nd Round in THE BATTLE OF CHAMPIONS. 211 more words


Can road design boost water security in rural regions?

re-posted from GRIPP

Roads for Water is integrating road construction and small water infrastructure to harvest rainwater from small catchments for productive use, while reducing road damage and simplifying road maintenance. 191 more words


I suspect

I suspect that there might be many other reasons why dogs aren’t well-liked in Abrahamic religions, beyond what most followers would realise if we take dogs’ association with witchcraft and sensuality into account. 578 more words

A peek into the future of Uganda's economy

Based on the data released by Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS), economic growth is projected to average about 6.3 percent over the next five years. 291 more words


Hundreds of African migrants protest Israel detentions

AFP | Published — Thursday 22 February 2018

African migrants march from Holot to the Saharonim Prison, an Israeli detention facility for African asylum seekers, where at least nine others have been incarcerated as part of Israel’s new policy of prison or deportation for migrants, in Israel’s southern Negev desert. 516 more words

Coca-Cola Beverages Africa Uganda & Rehore Sign MoU to Empower Women in Refugee Settlements.

Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA) Uganda has today signed an MOU with REHORE, a local NGO that will see over 10,000 women refugees in Bidi bidi, Kiryandongo and Nakivale camps empowered for improved livelihoods. 380 more words