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By Kiyimba Bruno The guidelines to replace the 2013 national integration for the ART,PCMT and infant as well as young child feeding have been adopted by the ministry y of health in Uganda.   Speaking to the press during an interview at hotel Africana, Prof. Anthony K Mbonye, the AG. Director General Health services said that the guidelines emphasize the contium across HIV treatment, prevention, treatment and care. In these guidelines, HIV treatment is now based on the test and treats approach for all people living with HIV regardlessRead More

Police Arrest Shisha Smoker, to be Charged in Court

Police in Kampala overnight  arrested Over 30 shisha smokers for contravening the anti-tobacco act 2015 that banned smocking shisha and other toxic substances in public. In the operation led by Kira road division police commander Filbert Waibi several smoker were picked from places of happening like Cayenne, Cassablanca, Dinnehrs and Panamera bars. Smoking shisha and selling is a criminal after Members of Parliament resolved to legislate against it in 2015. Shisha also known as a narghile or goza or hookah, mostly found in night clubs and pubs, is a waterRead More

President Museveni Commissions state-of-the-art ethanol distillery at Kakira Sugar Factory in Jinja

President Yoweri K Museveni commissioned a state-of-the-art ethanol distillery at Kakira Sugar Factory in Jinja today. The $36 million facility established by the Madhvani family will produce 20 million litres of ethanol annually. In his remarks the President commended the Madhvanis for supporting Uganda’s industrialization. In 1970 before Idi Amin expelled them from Uganda, their factory was producing 70,000 tonnes of sugar annually. Today the sugar factory employs 9,500 people while the entire Madhvani Group employs 80,000 people. He observed that when the Madhvanis returned after the overthrew of AminRead More

President Museveni attends General Tito Okello Lutwa Memorial Service in Kitgum

President Museveni has today Attended the memorial & thanksgiving service for former president General Tito Okello Lutwa at his ancestral village of Lapona in Kitgum. The event was hosted by his son, Hon Okello Oryem, the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs. The president said he had a long history with Tito Okello, having first met him in February 1971 in Bukoba, Tanzania as they prepared to fight Idi Amin. In his speech, the president said that it was an honour for him to join multitudes on this occasion andRead More

Touching her in these areas will boost her pleasure in bed

It is no secret that for women, foreplay is one of the most important parts of sex. On average it takes a woman 20 minutes to climax and a man just five. So spend a bit of time testing out some different erogenous zones – she won’t know what hit her. Here are eight secret erogenous zones she wants you to touch her. 1. Ears Emily Nagoski, Ph.D., author of Come As You Are: The Surprising New Science That Will Transform Your Sex Life told Men’s Health the ears areRead More

Why Uganda’s Loss is hard to take – Micho Reveals

Uganda coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic admitted his side’s exit from the Africa Cup of Nations is tough to take. This is what he said. “This level of competition demands total focus of concentration on details that decide games,” said Micho after Sunday’s decisive 1-0 loss to Egypt, who scored in the 89th minute. “We have come after 39 years and paid for the lesson in a hard way. “If you lose in a convincing way you accept it, but in this way it is very hard to accept.” Uganda playedRead More

“It may be time to move on” – Ugandan Coach Reveals

Uganda coach Milutin Sredojevic hinted on Sunday that he might quit the team he has taken to their first Cup of Nations in 39 years. His players conceded a goal in the dying seconds to lose 1-0 against Egypt on Saturday night in Port-Gentil. A defeat at the hands of Ghana by the similar scoreline four days earlier means Uganda are the first side to be eliminated from the 2017 tournament. Sredojevic, 47, took charge of Uganda in May 2013 shortly after 17 months as coach of Rwanda. “I haveRead More