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URA STAFF IN WESTERN UGANDA DONATE BLOOD, VISIT TOORO BABIES HOME, SHOW SOLIDARITY AT CLOSED KATUNA BORDER

By Goodluck Musinguzi Uganda Revenue Authority staff in Western Uganda have donated blood in Ibanda district, visited Tooro Babies’ home and other districts to show solidarity with taxpayers. The Commissioner-General, John Musinguzi thanked the team in Ibanda District  after extending cooperation with Uganda BloodBank by rallying clients and general public …

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URA REACHES OUT IN CENTRAL UGANDA, KISWA HEALTH CENTER GETS NEW TENT AND PLASTIC CHAIRS

By Goodluck Musinguzi Uganda Revenue Staff has visited several hospitals and health centers in Central Uganda sharing some goodies with the sick and improving the general cleanliness of the facilities. At Kiswa Health Center based in Nakawa Division, The Tax Investigation Team collected resources and furnished the waiting yard at …

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Health Monitoring Unit Raises Red Flag Over Fake Covid-19 Vaccination Cards

BY GODFREY OLUKYA                                                            KAMPALA: THURSDAY, 23 SEPTEMBER 2021 The State House Health Monitoring Unit has chastised a labour export company named Al-Saud for allegedly ripping off unsuspecting Ugandans by selling fake Covid-19 vaccination cards. According to a statement from the Unit’s executive director Dr Warren Namara, the Salama road based …

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TOTAL E&P UGANDA HANDS OVER 55 MEDICAL OXYGEN CYLINDERS TO BULIISA AND NWOYA DISTRICTS.

BY INNOCENT ATUGANYIRA AND PASCAL ONEGA Total E&P Uganda has handed over 55 medical oxygen cylinders worthy about over 100M to Buliisa and Nwoya districts to support the authorities in boosting COVID-19 treatment efforts . The cylinders were handed over by Jean Gavalda – Business Development and Corporate Affairs Director …

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ROTARY INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT INSPECTS WORLD’S LARGEST BABY INCUBATOR AT KAWEMPE NATIONAL REFERRAL HOSPITAL

By Goodluck Musinguzi Rotary International President, RIP Shekhar Metha, is visiting Uganda and Tanzania to promote Maternal and Child Health as one of the seven areas of focus of Rotary international. Kawempe National Referral Hospital was chosen as a focal beginning point because the facility has been grappling with high …

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