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The fun day is part of the activities lined up under the brand’s ongoing Blue Band HI 5 National puzzle challenge competition.
Over 300 children from several schools in Mbarara, cialis 40mg and their teachers were hosted to an array of unique fun events that included; active play and education activities such as health talks, obstacle courses, mini ball games, among others.
This all culminated into a colorful awards ceremony that saw three top schools, Boma Primary school, Mbarara Municipal school and Uganda Martyrs Primary School,Mbarara walk away with prizes.
“Many children across Uganda face a number of challenges due to malnutrition. This is because they do not get the recommended daily micronutrients in their meals combined as well as regular physical exercise,” Dr. Sabrina Kitaka a leading Pediatrician with Mulago Referral Hospital said.
Also speaking at the at the fun day, Unilever’s Brand Manager for Spreads, Isaac Lutwama assured participants that the company would continue educating Ugandans on the value of nutrition.
“Blue Band always focuses on optimal nutrition because we believe that it is the surest way to ensure that children are not at the risk of getting obese and malnourished. We are encouraging children, parents and teachers to make healthy food choices and engage in regular exercise for daily growth,” he said.
After a long fruitful international break for Uganda, pills http://coaststringfiddlers.com/wp-admin/includes/taxonomy.php the local premier league resumes on Tuesday afternoon with five fixtures lined up.
Leaders KCCA FC host tricky debutants JMC Hippos at Nakivubo. A win can rise JMC to the fourth position while the leaders plan to maintain summit status. Defender Constatine Nalumoso is not available for the Jinja side due to injury while KCCA FC welcome back Timothy Awany from injury, Joseph Ocaya, Ivan Ntege, Muzamir Mutyaba and Denis Okot from the national duty.
“We have overcome the fear of playing at Luzira grounds overtime and we now take it as our second home. The entire squad is in good shape and is ready to win against a JMC side that is full of confidence as they
sit sixth on the table,” KCCA FC coach Ssimbwa told the club media.
Reigning champions Vipers SC make a short trip to Lugazi to take on a revamped URA side. The two teams have failed to get a winner in the last four league attempts. The tax collectors renewed their hopes of challenging for a top five finish winning their first away match against JMC after sacking head coach Moses Basena.
Vipers are without Deus Bukenya who is suspended but will be boosted by the return of James Alitho, Keziron Kizito and National hero Farouk Miya who were all in the Cranes camp. Captain Nicholas Wadada also returns from injury. Isma Watenga will start in goal ahead of Alitho.
Tuesday 17th Fixtures;
URA FC vs Vipers SC -Mehta Stadium, Lugazi
The Saints FC vs Simba FC -Namboole Stadium
Lweza FC vs Police FC – Wankulukuku
SC Villa vs Maroons FC – Nakivubo Stadium
KCCA FC vs JMC Hippos FC – Luzira Prisons Grounds.