Can Africa achieve Universal Health Coverage (UHC)? There are mountains to climb when it comes to achieving UHC in Africa – poverty, inadequate infrastructure, lack of political will among others. Yet, technology has proved that Africa can leapfrog into the future. The mobile money innovation, has for instance, made it possible for the previously unbankedREAD MORE
Undeniably, the newly introduced social media tax in Uganda will deepen the digital gap. But let me focus on women because the barriers Ugandan women face in accessing and using the internet are still massive. 1 in 9 women in Africa have access to the internet. Only about 37 percent of women surveyed in tenREAD MORE
A few weeks ago, one of the Facebook groups (Cake Shop Uganda) that I am a part of launched a massive campaign. The Facebook group created to link cake customers with bakers and the other way round is one of the biggest thriving Facebook Groups turned communities in Uganda. The campaign was to raise awarenessREAD MORE
The president @edmnangagwa was also told what for re-engagement to succeed. Your article can be expanded by adding the following details from the named “Top” US official @nelsonchamisa @crisiscoalition twitter.com/HeraldZi… pic.twitter.com/Dlr1…
Congratulations to @ODPP_KE, @matundura78 for securing 3 convictions over the 2015 Garissa University attack. But we must not forget these folks. What happened to them? Were they ever investigated? Any if them prosecuted? the-star.co.ke/news/… pic.twitter.com/ZyPC…
Dear Kenyans, The state will jail @RobertAlai and @patricksafariR for two weeks as it pretends to send teams to Somalia to find the "Al Shabaab sympathiser" who gave them the photos. Meanwhile, it has already arrested a cop on claims he was the source. standardmedia.co.ke/… pic.twitter.com/YdRg…
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