Tag Archives: Kampala

Abortion Rates Vary Significantly

The abortion rate in Uganda, 39, is three times greater than in GB, 13. The abortion rate in Kampala, 77, is twice the national average. There is one complication for every 2.4 abortions in Uganda, a rate which is 262 … Continue reading

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Exam Time

I sat in the exam room staring at the paper and slowly it dawned on me, I couldn’t answer any of it. I could feel the panic rising and, as is normal in this situation, I was buck naked. Last … Continue reading

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UK Aid as a share of National Income

In the last few weeks there‚Äôs been a lot of discussion about UK overseas aid. (on Twitter #AidReview) DFID has just completed a thorough review of all the programmes that it supports and has announced some changes planned for the … Continue reading

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IMG – Doing Business as a Means of Development

Suubi Trust continues to support the work of International Medical Foundation, IMF. IMF, one of four companies within International Medical Group, is the group’s NGO (registered charity) providing a wide range of charitable health services to the poor ranging from … Continue reading

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