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1. Dallas Ophthalmologist Returns from Uganda Mission Trip
September 07, 2017

Sidney Gicheru M.D., a well-known Dallas Fort Worth Ophthalmologist, recently returned from a mission trip to Kampala, Uganda. He officiated the graduation of the first formal leadership class for Ophthalmologists in Africa. He reports the mission "was extremely successful and we graduated 13 doctors, who should go on to be leaders in Ophthalmology in their countries". Dr. Gicheru is the Co-Founder and Program Director of the African Ophthalmology Council Leadership Development Program (LDP), which is a 3 year program. Many countries in Africa have an imbalance of eye disease and infrastr... (read more)

Author: John Doe

2. Africa Telemedicine Outlook and Opportunities
January 12, 2017

Africa Telemedicine Outlook and Opportunities” provides a comprehensive analysis of e-Health scenario in Africa covering market challenges and success case studies by countries and at multinational levels. The report discusses about the current health scenario of different countries such as South Africa, Kenya, Ghana, Nigeria, Uganda, Botswana, Cameroon and Ethiopia. The report also provides current e-health scenario and future government plans for development of e-Health space in all countries. The report also includes trends & developments, growth drivers and major restraints, and challenges... (read more)

Author: Ankur Gupta

3. Nairobi, a Green City Under the Sun!
January 09, 2017

Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, is one of the largest and most beautiful cities in Eastern Africa. This was in fact why the city was nicknamed “a green city under the sun.” Nairobi is actually the beginning point of several tours to Kenya. The city of Nairobi was established at the end of the 19th century as a small primitive town that is located on the rout of the railway connecting Uganda with Mombasa in Kenya. The town kept on developing to become the capital of the Eastern Africa British Colony in 1907. In 1963, Nairobi became the capital of the Republic of Kenya and one of the interes... (read more)

Author: The Webmaster

4. Uganda Dairy Product Market Future Projections on the Basis of Revenue : Ken Research
December 19, 2016

Agriculture was the main contributing segment to the overall economy of Uganda in 2015. Dairy sector was the second largest contributor after cereal product market in agriculture industry contributing close to 48.0% in 2015. Dairy market in Uganda is largely unorganized with the presence of large number of small scale dairy farmers who contributes 80.0% to the overall milk production in the nation followed by 20.0% from the large scale dairy farms. Out of the total raw milk production of 2.8 billion liters in 2015 across the nation, only 40.0% of the raw milk is consumed in processed form... (read more)

Author: Ankur Gupta

5. Turkey Seeks to Arrest 55 People Suspected of Financing Gulen
December 14, 2016

Turkish authorities issued arrest warrants for 55 people, including businessmen, suspected of giving financial support to the network of the U.S.-based cleric Ankara accuses of orchestrating a failed military coup in July, broadcaster NTV said. The businessmen suspected of being linked to the cleric's network allegedly carried large sums of cash, which they have called a “favor,” back and forth between Turkey, Tanzania, Uganda and Kazakhstan since 2014, NTV said. Ankara accuses the...... (read more)

6. Uganda Starts up First Solar Power Plant in Bid to Tap Renewables
December 12, 2016

Uganda on Monday started up its first grid-connected, 10 megawatt solar power plant as the east African country moves to tap its renewable energy resources and expand its electricity generation capacity. Funded by Norway, Germany, UK and the European Union, the $19 million plant was developed by Access Power and Eren Re, two energy sector investors based in Dubai and France respectively. Uganda, a prospective crude oil producer of some 34 million people, generates about 850 megawatts...... (read more)

7. Uganda's LRA Senior Commander Goes on Trial at ICC
December 06, 2016

The International Criminal Court has begun its first trial against a senior member of the Ugandan Lord’s Resistance Army, and its first against a former child soldier.  The procedures raise complex ethical questions as defendant Dominic Ongwen, who has pled not guilty, was both a victim and an alleged perpetrator of the rebel group’s brutality. The trial against Ongwen took an unusual turn Monday as the defendant initially said he did not understand the charges against him. His...... (read more)

8. Uganda Rejects Amnesty's Accusation of Extrajudicial Killings
November 29, 2016

Uganda on Tuesday rejected charges by rights group Amnesty International that its security forces carried out extrajudicial killings during clashes with the royal guards of a tribal king over the weekend. Officials say at least 46 guards and 16 police died when the security forces stormed the palace of Charles Wesley Mumbere, king of the Rwenzururu kingdom, near Uganda's border with Congo. Mumbere was detained and has now been charged with murder. "Security forces were...... (read more)

9. Uganda: 149 Alleged Rebels Arrested After Assault on Palace
November 29, 2016

At least 149 people have been arrested in a restive region of western Uganda where clashes with a tribal militia have killed at least 62 people, a government official said Tuesday as the security forces continued to search the mountainous the area for rebels. Most of those killed or in detention are guards who protected a traditional monarch accused of harboring the rebels in the western Kasese district, a stronghold of the political opposition and near the border with Congo.   The...... (read more)

10. Rights Groups Urge Restraint in Uganda After Rebel Crackdown
November 28, 2016

Rights groups on Monday urged Ugandan security forces to show restraint as they violently crackdown on tribal militia in a remote area near Congo. More than four dozen people have been killed in clashes since Thursday,  most of them guards protecting a tribal king who is critical of Uganda's long-time President Yoweri Museveni. The militia, armed with modern weapons as well as spears and machetes, have killed more than a dozen police officers in an escalation of a long-simmering...... (read more)

11. 2 Female Artists Blazing Trail in African Pop Music
November 27, 2016

Modern West African pop music features few female voices, and one won't find many women on the DJ scene across the continent. But here are two women from opposite sides of Africa who have been busy changing that picture. VOA met them both - one a DJ and the other a singer - at the recent World Music Expo in Spain. For twenty years, DJ Rachel from Uganda’s capital Kampala has been a fixture on the club scene in her native east African country. She is Uganda’s first female DJ and for...... (read more)

12. Official: 19 Killed In Uganda Fighting Between Army, Secessionist Rebels
November 27, 2016

Two days of fighting between Ugandan forces and a tribal militia in a remote district near the border with Congo have left at least 19 people dead, a Ugandan government official said Sunday.    After the rebels killed four Ugandan police officers and wounded a soldier, Ugandan forces launched an operation in which at least 15 rebel fighters have been killed, government spokesman Col. Shaban Bantariza said.    The killings are an escalation of a long-running conflict...... (read more)

13. Uganda Aims to Triple Tourists With Help of Better Transport
November 24, 2016

Uganda aims to boost annual tourist numbers to 4 million over the next five years, helped by improvements in road networks around game parks and other attractions, an official said on Thursday. Tourism, such as treks to see gorillas, is a major foreign exchange earner for Uganda, which also exports coffee and tea but has only a small manufacturing base. It discovered commercial quantities oil in 2006 but has not started producing. Stephen Asiimwe, chief executive officer of state-run...... (read more)

14. South Korean Presidential Office Bought Viagra for 'Altitude Sickness'
November 23, 2016

South Korean President Park Geun-hye's office confirmed Wednesday that it had purchased about 360 erectile dysfunction Viagra pills in December. The office claims, however, that the pills were bought to treat potential altitude sickness in preparation for an upcoming Cabinet trip to Ethiopia, Uganda, and Kenya — countries whose capitals are 1 to 2 kilometers above sea level. The statement was in response to a news report which caused a frenzy on the Internet about the...... (read more)

15. Uganda Dairy Products Market Outlook to 2020 - High Demand for Flavor Milk and Ice Cream in Uganda
November 22, 2016

Uganda Dairy Products Market Outlook to 2020 – High Demand for Flavor Milk and Ice Cream in Uganda is Projected to Spur the Dairy Market” provides a comprehensive analysis of the dairy product market in Uganda. The report includes the market share contributed by the sales of different dairy products including processed milk, yoghurt, cheese, ice cream, butter, flavored milk and milk powder. The study also enlists the key mark et indicators which include consumption per capita, total consumption and production, average per unit and price, and import and export data by value and by quantity. Tr... (read more)

Author: Ankur Gupta

16. WFP: Uganda Refugees Are Actually Boosting Economy
November 18, 2016

While many think of refugees as a drag on a nation's economy, a United Nations World Food Program (WFP) report out of Uganda says that giving cash and land assistance to refugees actually boosts the local economy. However, development economists warn that without including a financial education, the program's successes could be temporary. In Uganda there's been a surge in South Sudanese refugees since violence broke out in Juba last July. With over half a million South...... (read more)

17. Ugandan Police Prevent Opposition Leader From Meeting Lawyers
November 16, 2016

An attorney for Uganda's main opposition leader Kizza Besigye, from the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC), says he plans to file a suit against the government in Kampala after accusing the police and other security agencies of violating the rights of his client. Police prevented Dr. Besigye from attending a pre-arranged meeting with attorney Ladislaus Rwakafuzi Wednesday morning in the capital, Kampala. He was subsequently taken to the police station after a crowd gathered at the...... (read more)

18. Young Ugandans Pick Sides in US Election
November 07, 2016

The U.S. presidential race is sparking some keen interest among young Ugandan politicos. Fierce discussion on social media, packed debate venues and election night parties have highlighted a culture of young Ugandans who feel intricately connected to the US election. Grace Abaho plans to spend the U.S. election night writing furiously until the polls close. A prominent blogger and founder of the Team Hillary Uganda coalition, he said American politics warrants global participation. “So...... (read more)

19. Activist: Nomadic Herders Feed Uganda, but Face Pressure to Settle Down
October 21, 2016

Africa's nomadic cattle herders have for years come under pressure from governments and farmers to settle down and stop their livestock roaming, destroying crops and creating conflict along the way. While herders are often portrayed as straying onto farmland, it is farmers who first encroached onto the nomads' grazing land, said Benjamin Mutambukah, coordinator of the Coalition of Pastoralist Civil Society Organizations (COPACSO) and a passionate advocate of the herders in...... (read more)

20. South Sudanese Say Refugees Dying in Ugandan Camps
October 04, 2016

South Sudanese refugees who fled to neighboring Uganda from Morobo County in the Yei River State of South Sudan last week say people are dying in the refugee camps. They fled during fighting between government forces and an armed group, and they are calling on the government to meet with the armed group, learn its grievances and negotiate a peaceful resolution. Civilians from Morobo County say the main road linking Uganda and South Sudan is impassible because gunmen are blocking...... (read more)

21. Ugandan Police Break Up Annual LGBT Parade
September 24, 2016

In Uganda, the 5th annual gay pride parade was scheduled to take place Saturday. However, police intervention quickly broke up the celebration before the march got underway. After a second failed attempt at holding a pride parade this year, many feel the move signals a crackdown on LGBT spaces in Uganda. Uganda's LGBT community assembled for their 5th annual pride parade down a nondescript dirt road on the shores of Lake Victoria. It was the second venue of the day, after police...... (read more)

22. ‘Queen of Katwe’: From the Slums to Chess Olympiads
September 23, 2016

Most films about Africa offer a stark picture of a war-torn continent. Mira Nair's “Queen of Katwe” is a celebration of the human spirit, the story of a young girl from a slum in Uganda's capital city turned chess champion. Based on a true story, the film boasts a stellar cast with Lupita Nyong'o and David Oyelowo, and vibrant cinematography. The film follows Walt Disney Pictures' traditional arc of the underdog: a poor teenage girl who escapes poverty through her...... (read more)

23. ‘Queen of Katwe’ — From the Slums to the Olympics
September 23, 2016

Most films about Africa offer a stark picture of a war-torn continent. Mira Nair’s “Queen of Katwe” tells of the celebration of the human spirit through a young girl from a slum in Uganda turned chess champion.Based on a true story, the film boasts a stellar cast with Lupita Nyong'o and David Oyelowo and a vibrant cinematography. VOA’s Penelope Poulou has more.... (read more)

24. Internet Blackouts, Elections Increasingly Linked in African Countries
September 22, 2016

It’s becoming commonplace in many African nations:  as an election approaches, the internet goes dark. Gabon is the latest country to employ internet censorship during a closely contested election, but other countries, including Uganda, Burundi, Ethiopia, Chad, Mali, Zimbabwe and the Republic of Congo have used the tactic this year, either during elections or in response to protests. Observers say that as internet access becomes a necessity in the lives of many people, a dialogue is...... (read more)

25. First Ugandan Paralympic Medal Winner Returns Home a Winner
September 21, 2016

Last week Uganda's own David Emong won the silver medal in the 1500-meter race at Rio's Summer Paralympics Games.  Now that Emong has returned to Uganda, many are wondering how his win might impact sports and disability advocacy. Ugandan sports fans went wild when, with only 37 seconds left in a four minute race, runner David Emong blasted into second place, earning him a silver medal.  The only athlete representing Uganda in Rio's 2016 Summer Paralympics, his win...... (read more)

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