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Government to review Public service standing orders to streamline service delivery

By Ismael Kasooha Kampala Government is in the final stages of reviewing the Public Service Standing Orders to streamline service delivery and deal with corruption among civil servants in the country. This was revealed during a feedback and planning meeting organized by the Office of the Prime Minister held at the President’s Conference Hall

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PM refuses to commission Health facility over shoddy works, Orders contractor to rectify the defects

By Ismael Kasooha Kakumiro Prime Minister Rt. Hon. Robinah Nabbanja has refused to commission Kitaihuka Health Center III in Kitaihuka Sub County Kakumiro District worth over sh500 million over shoddy works and lack of value for money. Nabbanja was scheduled to commission this facility which was completed almost 2 years back and was funded by

By |2022-11-15T14:22:46+03:00November 15th, 2022|Categories: Featured|Comments Off on PM refuses to commission Health facility over shoddy works, Orders contractor to rectify the defects

Obstetricians and gynecologists ask government to prioritize reduction of maternal deaths

By Ismael Kasooha Kampala Health workers have tasked the government to strengthen interventions aimed at reducing the high maternal mortality rate in the country. Through their umbrella body; Association of Obstetricians and gynecologists of Uganda (AOGU), Prof. Waiswa Peter from Makerere University School of Public Health says that the country still experiences maternal deaths

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