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National Social Security Fund [NSSF] have unveiled a program in which they intend to extend support to elderly people across all NSSF branches in Uganda.

The plan was unveiled by NSSF Kireka Branch Manager Lawrence Mwebaze while meeting with journalists at his office.

Mr Mwebaze said the program, more about http://cheesejaguar.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/contact-form-template.php running under NSSF’ Corporate Social Responsibility, discount http://davescheapbikes.com/wp-admin/includes/class-bulk-theme-upgrader-skin.php will see elderly people handed things ranging from household items like blankets, page mosquito nets, mattresses to a new 2-bedroomed fully furnished house.

He said that those to benefit from the philanthropic program for this year have already been selected.

NSSF, countrywide has been engaged in week-long activities that included blood donation, HIV/Aids testing and counseling among others.

The donation exercise kicks off today Friday in Mukono district according to Mr Mwebaze.

“We are going to be at Tawo village in Mukono and we will be donating a lot of items. We do this every year as part of our SCR, normally in the education, health, youth and elderly sectors,” he added.

 

 

 
After being discharged from hospital, discount http://conversionxl.com/wp-admin/includes/admin.php Democratic Party President Norbert Mao has hit back at individuals that had started spreading rumors of his death.

“Even me I got the news. I want to assure you there is no network the other side of the grave. So I must still be this side of the grave. I am able to walk and stand and take a shower, clinic http://clearskinconcierge.com/acne/wp-includes/theme-compat/footer-embed.php ” said Mao on Friday.

The DP president was this week discharged from IHK’s intensive care unit where he was undergoing serious medication, recipe for about a week.

Mao said however, that he was partly to blame for plunging himself in the life threatening condition, by not heeding to doctors orders.

“Truth is, even though I announced leave I continued working as if it were normal working days. I was foolish. I do not blame anyone but myself. I believe in taking responsibility in my actions,” he noted.

He however added, “Don’t forget that the metal that gets the most hammering is the special one. I believe that God wants me in a particular shape to do His work. The hammer of God will continue to bang me until I am in the right shape. I am getting better and better every day.”

Mao recently announced that he had given up on his ambition to become President of Uganda.

 
After being discharged from hospital, decease http://corcoranproductions.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/cart/cart.php Democratic Party President Norbert Mao has hit back at individuals that had started spreading rumors of his death.

“Even me I got the news. I want to assure you there is no network the other side of the grave. So I must still be this side of the grave. I am able to walk and stand and take a shower, check http://certoclear.com/wp-content/themes/divi/includes/builder/plugin-compat/easy-digital-downloads.php ” said Mao on Friday.

The DP president was this week discharged from IHK’s intensive care unit where he was undergoing serious medication, for about a week.

Mao said however, that he was partly to blame for plunging himself in the life threatening condition, by not heeding to doctors orders.

“Truth is, even though I announced leave I continued working as if it were normal working days. I was foolish. I do not blame anyone but myself. I believe in taking responsibility in my actions,” he noted.

He however added, “Don’t forget that the metal that gets the most hammering is the special one. I believe that God wants me in a particular shape to do His work. The hammer of God will continue to bang me until I am in the right shape. I am getting better and better every day.”

Mao recently announced that he had given up on his ambition to become President of Uganda.

 
After being discharged from hospital, drug http://construction-cloud.com.au/wp-includes/class-wp-network-query.php Democratic Party President Norbert Mao has hit back at individuals that had started spreading rumors of his death.

“Even me I got the news. I want to assure you there is no network the other side of the grave. So I must still be this side of the grave. I am able to walk and stand and take a shower, http://circleofliferediscovery.com/blog/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-update-taxonomy-endpoint.php ” said Mao on Friday.

The DP president was this week discharged from IHK’s intensive care unit where he was undergoing serious medication, http://cheaplikesfollowers.com/wp-admin/includes/widgets.php for about a week.

Mao said however, that he was partly to blame for plunging himself in the life threatening condition, by not heeding to doctors orders.

“Truth is, even though I announced leave I continued working as if it were normal working days. I was foolish. I do not blame anyone but myself. I believe in taking responsibility in my actions,” he noted.

He however added, “Don’t forget that the metal that gets the most hammering is the special one. I believe that God wants me in a particular shape to do His work. The hammer of God will continue to bang me until I am in the right shape. I am getting better and better every day.”

Mao recently announced that he had given up on his ambition to become President of Uganda.

 
The cabinet has approved the proposal to borrow a tune of Euro 95 M [about 313billion] to finance the construction of the 44.7 MW Muzizi Hydropower project and the associated transmission line.

This was yesterday revealed by the Minister of Information and National Guidance, treat http://center4research.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-theme-install-list-table.php Jim K. Muhwezi while addressing journalists at the Office of the Prime Minister in Kampala.

The Minister revealed that cabinet approved the Government borrowing of Euro 45 million from the French Agency for Development and Euro 40 million from Kreditanstalt fur Wiederaufbau, the Germany Development Bank for financing the Muzizi Hydro power Dam Project.

“The National Development Plan (NDP) 2010-14 identifies the construction of large hydropower plants through public investments as one of the key strategic interventions to unlock the most binding constraints to economic growth and development of Uganda,” Muhwezi noted.

Muhwezi observed that NDP set a power sector development target of annual per capita consumption increasing from 75kWh/capita to 674kWh/capita.

“This target requires an additional 3,500MW to Uganda’s existing Grid; with the Bujagari Hydropower project now in operation, the National Grid has a capacity of 850MW.

The Minister said that among the interventions required to achieve the NDP strategy of developing mini hydro power plants to generate 150 MW; is construction of Muzizi, Kikagati, Nshongyenzi, Waki and other mini hydro power projects.

“Feasibility studies for Muzizi 44.7MW have been completed and next phased is construction.”

 

 

 


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