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*  Kayunga District
Central Region, Uganda Districts of Uganda "Distance from Kampala to Kayunga with Map". Globefeed.com. Retrieved 1 May 2014. " ... Kayunga District is a district in Central Uganda. Like most other Ugandan districts, it is named after its 'chief town', ... "Economic Activity In Kayunga District". Uganda Travel Guide. Retrieved 1 May 2014. "Kampala Hit By Renewed Violence". BBC News ...
*  Kalisizo General Hospital
Talemwa, Moses (20 October 2013). "With no doctors or supplies, Uganda hospitals are ailing". The Observer (Uganda). Kampala. ... List of hospitals in Uganda HCVC (2005). "HealthCare Volunteer: Uganda - Kalisizo General Hospital". Healthcarevolunteer.com ( ... Website of Uganda Ministry of Health Biikira Health Centre III, Kalisizo Hospital Fight Over Ambulance Coordinates: 00°32′08″S ... Kalisizo General Hospital, also Kalisizo Hospital, is a hospital in the Central Region of Uganda. The hospital is located in ...
*  Betty Oyella Bigombe
The Observer Staff, . (1 June 2014). "Uganda: Bigombe Resigns, Joins World Bank". The Observer (Uganda) via AllAfrica.com. ... Initiatives To End The Violence In Northern Uganda". C-r.org/Accord/Uganda. Retrieved 2 March 2015. McLaughlin, Abraham (13 ... In 1993, she was named Uganda's Woman of the Year for her efforts to end the violence. Despite meeting with Kony, the talks ... From May 2011 until June 2014, she was the State Minister for Water Resources in the Uganda Cabinet. She was appointed to that ...
*  James Mutende
Cabinet of Uganda Parliament of Uganda Government of Uganda Uganda State House, . (27 May 2011). "Comprehensive List of New ... He graduated from Busoga College Mwiri, with the Uganda Certificate of Education in 1980 and with the Uganda Advanced ... His uncle James Francis Wapakhabulo was Uganda's foreign minister at the time of his death in 2004. Mutende, a holder of a PhD ... From 1989 until 1994, he worked as a manager of one the branches of then government-owned Uganda Commercial Bank. From 1988 ...
*  Northern Region, Uganda
"Uganda: Administrative units (source: Uganda Bureau of Statistics)". GeoHive. Retrieved 18 June 2013. "Uganda: Administrative ... The Northern region is one of four regions in the country of Uganda. As of Uganda's 2014 census, the region's population was ... As of 2010, the Northern Region had 30 districts: Google Map of the Northern Region of Uganda " ...
*  Soroti Hospital
Uganda Has Thirteen Regional Referral Hospitals D.Kaye, MBChB, MMed (Obs/Gyn), . (10 October 2000). "Quality of Midwifery Care ... Hospitals in Uganda Soroti University Soroti Medical School "Road Distance Between Kampala And Soroti With Map". Globefeed.com ... It is one of the 13 Regional Referral Hospitals in Uganda. The hospital is designated as one of the 15 Internship Hospitals in ... in Eastern Uganda. It is the referral hospital for the districts of Amuria, Bukedea, Kaberamaido, Katakwi, Kumi, Ngora, Serere ...
*  Kalungu, Uganda
Kalungu is a town in the Central Region of Uganda. It is the chief municipal, administrative, and commercial center in Kalungu ... This is approximately 130 kilometres (81 mi), by road, southwest of Kampala, the capital of Uganda and its largest city. The ... Administration Kalungu central market Kalungu District Information Portal Lake Victoria Katonga River Hospitals in Uganda Road ...
*  Daudi Migereko
Uganda Parliament (2011). "Profile of Migereko Daudi, MP For Butembe County, Jinja District". Parliament of Uganda. Retrieved 7 ... Government of Uganda Photo of Daudi Migereko In 2012 Mukasa, Henry (28 May 2011). "Museveni Names New Cabinet". New Vision ( ... Daudi Migereko is the minister of lands, housing and urban development in the cabinet of Uganda. He was appointed to that ... From 16 February 2009 until 27 May 2011, he served as the government's chief whip in the parliament of Uganda. Before that, he ...
*  Central Region, Uganda
"Uganda: Administrative units (source: Uganda Bureau of Statistics)". GeoHive. Retrieved 18 June 2013. "Uganda: Administrative ... The Central region is one of four regions in the country of Uganda. As of Uganda's 2014 census, the region's population was ... As of 2010, the Central region contains 24 districts: Google Map of the Central Region of Uganda " ... one of the ancient African monarchies that are constitutionally recognised in Uganda. ...
*  Opportunity Uganda Limited
In July 1999, Faulu Uganda incorporated as a limited liability company in Uganda, becoming Faulu Uganda Limited. Under that ... Mityana Banking in Uganda List of banks in Uganda Faulu Kenya TMO (31 December 2015). "MFI Report: Opportunity Uganda Data As ... Opportunity Bank Uganda (OBUL). Retrieved 9 August 2016. Busuulwa, Bernard (11 October 2016). "Uganda: Mybucks Enters Uganda ... Opportunity Bank Uganda Limited (OBUL), is a credit institution (Tier II Financial Institution) in Uganda. In November 2011, ...
*  Human genetic resistance to malaria
In the Baamba population living in the Semliki Forest region in Western Uganda the sickle-cell heterozygote (AS) frequency is ... Frequencies of sickle-cell heterozygotes were 20-40% in malarious areas of Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania. Later studies by many ...
*  List of law firms in Uganda
This is a list of the more notable law firms operating in Uganda. It includes firms based in Uganda alone, and international ... The Lawyer (Online) (Jun 23, 2014) "The Legal 500: Uganda". "Uganda". Retrieved 2015-02-09. Mark Muhumuza (November 14, 2013 ... Uganda) Sebalu & Lule International law firms that have had offices in Uganda include: Bowman Gilfillan Dentons DLA Piper Law ... Laws of Uganda Law Council Law Firms, Lawyers in Uganda by City Legal market overview. ...
*  Uganda People's Democratic Army
The Uganda People's Democratic Army (UPDA) was a rebel group operating in northern Uganda from March 1986 to June 1988. In ... In the same month, former government Uganda National Liberation Army soldiers from Acholiland who had sought sanctuary in ... southern Sudan formed the rebel Uganda People's Democratic Army to force the NRA out of the North and regain the Acholi's ...
*  Aronda Nyakairima
... (7 July 1959 - 12 September 2015) was a Ugandan army officer who served in the cabinet of Uganda as minister ... Previously, he served as the chief of defence forces in the Uganda People's Defence Force (UPDF) from 2003 to 2013. Nyakairima ... Uganda. Retrieved 16 September 2015. Newvision, Archive (26 October 2005). "Aronda Nyakairima's star illuminates UPDF path". ... "Aronda Nyakairima's Page At Parliament.co.ug". Parliament of Uganda. 2011. Retrieved 13 May 2014. Raymond Baguma, And Agencies ...
*  List of Speakers of the Parliament of Uganda
... This is an incomplete list of Speakers of the Parliament of Uganda: Uganda: A ... Uganda Parliament Chamber: Parliament. Elections held in 2001 [2] IPU PARLINE database: UGANDA Speakers of Uganda's Parliament ... Modern History Vice Chairman Al-Haji Moses Kigongo chaired most of NRC's meetings Background Notes: Uganda Wapakhabulo served ...
*  Richard Todwong
Cabinet of Uganda Parliament of Uganda Makuma, Rukiya (15 August 2012). "Uganda: Museveni Reshuffles Cabinet". The Independent ... Todwong worked as a Revenue Officer at the Uganda Revenue Authority, the Uganda government body responsible for tax collection ... In 2011, he entered elected politics by contesting for the Nwoya County Constituency in the Parliament of Uganda. He ran on the ... Uganda Parliament, . (2011). "Profile of Richard Todwong". Parliament.go.ug. Retrieved 5 October 2014. Reviews, and Profiles ( ...
*  Rakai
Globefeed.com (25 October 2016). "Distance between Rakai Town, Central Region, Uganda and Kyotera, Central Region, Uganda". ... Globefeed.com (25 October 2016). "Distance between Rakai town, Central Region, Uganda and Big Mama's Restaurant, Uganda". ... Globefeed.com (25 October 2016). "Distance between Masaka, Central Region, Uganda and Rakai Town, Central Region, Uganda". ... Globefeed.com (25 October 2016). "Distance between Rakai Town, Central Region, Uganda and Kampala, Central Region, Uganda". ...
*  Uganda People's Army
The Uganda People's Army (UPA) was a rebel group recruited primarily from the Iteso people of Uganda that was active between ... "Death in Mukura wagon" by Obalell Omoding , Uganda Review, 15 July 2004 Robert Gersony, "The Anguish of Northern Uganda: ... The UPA was composed mostly of former soldiers in the special forces of the Uganda National Liberation Army and opposed the ... the paramilitary arm of the Uganda Police Force. Following the fall of Kampala to the NRA in January 1986, defeated UNLA ...
*  Ernest Kiiza
Cabinet of Uganda Parliament of Uganda Masindi District Government of Uganda Butagira, Tabu (15 August 2012). "Museveni ... Parliament of Uganda (POU). Retrieved 4 March 2015. Website of the Parliament of Uganda. ... Uganda State House, . (1 March 2015). "Full Cabinet List As At 1 March 2015" (PDF). Daily Monitor (Kampala). Retrieved 4 March ...
*  Lira, Uganda
Uganda portal Lango people UBOS (27 August 2014). "The Population of The Regions of the Republic of Uganda And All Cities And ... In 2010, the Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS) estimated the population at 105,100. In 2011, UBOS estimated the mid-year ... Lira is served by a railway station of the Uganda Railways network. The town is also served by a public civilian airport, Lira ... Lira is a city in the Northern Region of Uganda. It is the main municipal, administrative, and commercial centre of Lira ...
*  Circumcision and HIV
Three randomized controlled trials took place in South Africa, Kenya and Uganda. Southern and eastern Africa has the highest ... February 2007). "Male circumcision for HIV prevention in men in Rakai, Uganda: a randomised trial". Lancet (Randomized ... Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The UNAIDS/WHO/SACEMA Expert Group on Modelling the Impact and Cost of Male Circumcision ...
*  Mutukula, Uganda
Mutukula is a town in the Central Region of Uganda, the third-largest economy in the East African Community. It sits adjacent ... "Tanzania/Uganda: Border Town Water Project Kicks Off". United Nations Human Settlements Programme. Retrieved 17 January 2015. ... In 2017, the border crossing between Mutukula, Uganda and Mutukula, Tanzania was converted into a one-stop-border-post (OSBP), ... Mutukula is located in extreme southern Rakai District at the international border between Uganda and Tanzania. The town is ...
*  2008-09 Uganda Super League
... the top-level football league of Uganda. The 2008-09 Uganda Super League was contested by 18 teams and was won by Uganda ... League321.com Uganda Super League 2008/09 - FootballScores Uganda Super League 2008/09 - Futaa Uganda Super League 2009/10 - ... "Uganda 2008/09 - RSSSF (Hans Schöggl and Ian King )". RSSSF Archive. October 2008. Retrieved 2014-01-04. "The Legends: Uganda ... Uganda - List of Champions - RSSSF (Hans Schöggl) Ugandan Football League Tables - ...
*  Benon Biraaro
In 2016, he ran (unsuccessfully[citation needed]) for President of Uganda on behalf of his Farmers Party of Uganda. Benon ... The Independent Staff (21 June 2010). "General Biraaro's Bees To Lift Uganda Out of Poverty". The Independent (Uganda). ... Next, he served as the commandant for two in-takes at the Uganda Senior Command and Staff College at Kimaka in the Eastern ... Sometimes his last name is written as "Biraro". He is a former high-ranking commander in the Uganda People's Defence Force ( ...
*  Circumcision
Trials took place in South Africa, Kenya and Uganda. All three trials were stopped early by their monitoring boards on ethical ... The procedure is also practiced by some cultural groups or individual family lines in the Sudan, Zaire, Uganda and in southern ... 2.7 in Uganda and 3.2 in Swaziland). The number of new cases is also high in certain South American countries such as Paraguay ... and Uganda, with cost savings estimated in the billions of US dollars over 20 years. Hankins et al. (2011) estimated that a $ ...
*  Yenga, Uganda
Yenga is an Amba village in western Uganda, Bundibugyo District, on the border with the Congo. It lies in the rift valley ... Yenga, with its Amba populace, was unwillingly made part of the Toro Kingdom when the British established the Uganda ... Uganda Online. 31 March 2008. Archived from the original on 17 July 2011. Retrieved 6 June 2009. "Mumbere crowned Rwenzururu ...