In exercise of its mandate, the Uganda Communications Commission published the list of radio stations that have been approved to provide radio broadcasting services in Uganda as of 20th November 2022. S/N COMPANY NAME CALL SIGN FREQUENCY LOCATION 1. King Solomon Investments (U) Limited Voice of Madi 107.5 Madi 2. Radio 4 FM Ltd Radio 4 103.3
Six-month short courses training is supported by the Korea Chamber of Commerce & Industry (KCCI) as a partner organization with Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA). KCCI & KOICA. Project aim: “The Project of Capacity Building for Industry Demand-Based TVET in Uganda 2020-2027” in order to cultivate TVET system for strengthening the employability of youth in
Musinguzi is a Writer passionate about politics, finance, technology, tourism, policy, human rights and sports among others. He is a Communications Officer with the Government Citizen’s Interaction Centre (GCIC) under State House. Arthur is a Digital Writer and Editor at Uganda Media Centre too. The goal of the Government Citizen’s Interaction Centre (GCIC) is
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The Department of Artificial Intelligence, commonly referred to as AI, has been focusing on three areas; agriculture, health and natural language processing. The Department is headed by Dr. Joyce Nakatumba Nabende. In Agriculture, AI has focused on a cassava project. The project has been diagnosing PPD cassava detoriation using images. The images taken of cassava
Download PDF The Lands ministry, working with UN-Habitat and the Global Land Tool Network (GLTN), launched a campaign of surveying and demarcating land for willing landowners at no cost. The beneficiaries who officially apply for the exercise receive Customary Land Identification Numbers (CLIN) and are issued with certificates as one of the strategies of increasing
Uganda will on June 9th 2019 celebrate the 30thHeroes’Day anniversary, an annual event to pay tribute to people who exemplified and defended the highest values of patriotism and sacrifice for the wellbeing of the country and its citizens.