U.S. Embassy Cultural Affairs Officer, “You, the youth of #Uganda, have the numbers and the energy to be agents of positive change in this country. You also hav...e the responsibility because if you don't do it, who will? It will be up to you to define a vision of the future, and that vision, whatever it may be, will shape the nation. We challenge you to shape your nation positively, supporting a country that values human rights and a free, democratic society with economic opportunities for all #Ugandans.”
On February 3, 2014, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs Evan Ryan signed a grant worth approximately 50 million Ugandan Shil...lings. This grant, funded by the American people, is awarded to alumni of President Obama's Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI) to support youth entrepreneurship efforts in Uganda.
Give the gift of education. International Hand Foundation is getting ready to send more kids to school in the new year. Your support this holiday would change the lives of many children.
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Coffee is vital to Uganda. It is the leading foreign exchange earner! USAID Feed the Future, participated in the launch of the new National Coffee Policy at the... National Coffee Research Institute, Kituza, Mukono District on Friday, Dec 6. What do you think we should do to improve Uganda's coffee production?
We honor you Madiba. Thank you for your courage, teachings and strength.
Last night U.S. government staff and implementing partners celebrated 10 years of transforming lives in #Uganda through the The U.S. President's Emergency Plan ...for AIDS Relief - PEPFAR. We honored five PEPFAR Heroes – health care workers who spend each and every day on the frontline of the battle against HIV in Uganda. Also read the Chargé d’Affaires's remarks at the event here: http://kampala.usembassy.gov/pepfar_10_anniversary_celebrat…
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United Nations, Volunteers helping those affected by floods in Sudan
While teachers in Uganda strike for a living wage, schools close and children miss out on their life-developing education.
A big thank you to all that support our cause. From donations on Razoo, Anonymous donors on Network for Good, First Giving Events, to the greetings and letters of hope... Thank you from the children and staff. The kids are studying hard and send their love. We appreciate you.and couldn't be here without you.
Ugandan teachers to meet with the Ugandan President in order to avoid strike over teacher salaries. Hopefully this will be resolved soon.
Uganda to Cut Salaries for 500 Primary Teachers, who may Strike. What does this mean for the children of Uganda?