High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Uganda Investment Authority (UIA) is a semi-autonomous investment promotion and facilitation organization in Uganda, owned by the Government of Uganda. UIA was created by the Uganda legislature in 1991. The mission of the UIA, according to its website, is "To promote and facilitate investment projects, provide serviced land, and advocate for a competitive business environment." The UIA works with the government and the private sector to promote the economic growth of Uganda through investment and infrastructure development. The headquarters of UIA are located at The Investment Center, TWED Plaza, 22B Lumumba Avenue, Nakasero Hill, in Central Kampala.
Land-locked in the heart of the African continent, Uganda has a fantastic climate, an ever-changing landscape and people who are honest, polite and genuinely pleased to help. Footprint's Uganda Handbook will guide you from the peaks of the Mountains of the Moon, through the primeval Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and to the Source of the Nile at Jinja, taking in adrenalin-pumping thrills of tracking gorillas and rafting some of the best white water rides in the world. - Great coverage of gorilla trekking, bird- and butterfly-spotting, climbing the Rwenzoris, game-trekking, whitewater rafting, and fishing, cruising and canoeing on the many lakes. - Loaded with information and suggestions on how to get off the beaten track, from rock paintings at Kakora to exploring the volcanic landscapes near Tororo - Includes comprehensive information on everything from transport and practicalities to history, culture & landscape - Plus all the usual accommodation, eating and drinking listings for every budget - Full-color planning section to inspire travelers and help you find the best experiences From the bustling city of Kampala to the heavily forested waterfalls of the tropical Ssese Islands, Footprint's fully updated 3rd edition will help you navigate this fairytale destination.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Uganda Airlines is a defunct Ugandan flag carrier. Uganda Airlines Corporation went out of business in May 2001. On October 1988, the company''s Boeing 707 crashed near Rome, killing 31 of the 52 people aboard. The plane was Uganda Airlines'' only one fitted with a "hush kit" to reduce noise to European standards. Uganda Airlines resumed service with a leased aircraft with flights to the Middle East and Nairobi, but these flights were canceled in late 1989. Domestic routes, too, had been reduced to those between Entebbe Airport and the airfields at Arua and Kasese. Several local, regional and international firms expressed an interest in taking over Uganda Airlines upon privatisation, but later pulled out, leaving only South African Airways (SAA), which also backed out.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Uganda Virus Research Institute (UVRI), located in Entebbe, Uganda, was established in 1936 as the Yellow Fever Research Institute by the Rockefeller Foundation. In 1950, after gaining regional recognition it was renamed the East African Virus Research institute (EAVRI). After the collapse of the East African Community in 1977, it became a Uganda Government public health research institution and was renamed the Uganda Virus Research Institute. The Government of Uganda now administers and funds the institute through the Uganda National Health Research Organization (UNHRO) which is an umbrella research body with in the Uganda Ministry of Health.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Uganda Management Institute (UMI) is a government- owned national center for training, research and consultancy in the field of management and administration in Uganda. The Institute began training operations in 1968 under the name Uganda Institute of Public Administration. The official opening of the Institute was held on October 7, 1969. In the initial years the Institute was mandated to conduct intensive in-service training to quickly develop a cadre of Africans to assume higher responsibilities consequent upon the attainment of independence in 1962.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Uganda Development Corporation (UDC) is a government-controlled organisation in the East African state of Uganda. Formed in 1952, it had some success in promoting Ugandan industrial development, and was swelled with the addition of newly nationalised industries in the early 1970s. These, however, proved too much for the corporation, and it went into a slow decline before being phased out completely in 1998, before being re-introduced with similar aims in 2008.The UDC was created by the British colonial administration in 1952 to "facilitate the industrial and economic development of Uganda". Under the Uganda Development Corporation Act 1952 it was to "promote and assist in the financing, management or establishment of new undertakings, schemes for the better organisation and modernisation of and the more efficient carrying out of any undertaking, and the conduct of research into the industrial and mineral potentialities of Uganda."
Die LGBTI-Community in Uganda ist täglich mit verschiedenen Formen von Diskriminierung und Hasskampagnen konfrontiert. Die Menschenrechtsverletzungen umfassen Outings von Homosexuellen und öffentliche Aufforderungen zur Tötung. In Uganda müssen sich LGBTI-Personen verstecken und sind oft dazu gezwungen, sich als Heterosexuelle auszugeben. LGBTI-Menschen sind häufig Opfer von Schikanen und Misshandlungen, gewalttätigen Übergriffen, willkürlichen Verhaftungen, Erpressungen, Zwangsräumungen, heilenden Vergewaltigungen, Ablehnungen seitens ihrer Familien, Schulvertreibungen, Folter und Tötungen. In Uganda wird homosexuelles Verhalten kriminalisiert, Menschenrechtsverletzungen gegenüber LGBTI-Personen finden auf einer Rechtsgrundlage statt. Im Februar 2014 unterzeichnete der Präsident Ugandas, Yoweri Museveni, ein sehr strenges Gesetz gegen Homosexualität. Obwohl dieses Gesetz einige Monate später zurückgezogen wurde, leben LGBTI-Menschen in Uganda aufgrund des harten und gewalttätigen gesellschaftlichen Klimas in ständiger Unsicherheit.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Ugandan Wildlife Authority is one of the governing bodies that regulates wildlife conservation in Uganda. It was established in August 1996 by the Uganda Wildlife Statute, which merged the Uganda National Parks and the Game Department. It is governed by a Board of Trustees appointed by minister responsible for wildlife. UWA is in charge of management of 10 National Parks, 12 Wildlife Reserves, 14 Wildlife Sanctuaries and provides guidance for 5 Community Wildlife Areas.
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Uganda Cricket Association is the official governing body of the sport of cricket in Uganda. Its current headquarters is in Kampala, Uganda. Uganda Cricket Association is Uganda's representative at the International Cricket Council and is an associate member and has been a member of that body since 1998. It is also a member of the African Cricket Association.
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC) is the public broadcaster of Uganda. It was founded as a result of the "Uganda Broadcasting Corporation Act, 2004", which merged the operations of Uganda Television (UTV) and Radio Uganda. It started broadcasting on November 16, 2005. The Uganda Broadcasting Corporation Act stated that the UBC should be funded by the levying of a television license fee. Collection of a license fee set at USh20,000 (around 8.40 or US$10.80) started in 2005. However, collection was subsequently halted by President Yoweri Museveni. There has since been pressure to reinstate the license fee to maintain UBC''s independence.