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Rugunda Calls for Cooperative Procurement for African States

Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda and the Zambian Deputy Minister of Health.

Ahead of the much awaited, viagra buy http://cehurd.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/sharedaddy.php 91st edition of the Fufa annual general assembly to be held on Saturday in Soroti, search tensions have been rising from different stakeholders for the local federation to come out clean and publish their books of accounts.

Like it was the norm, Fufa was only accountable to its delegates even though a few or rather none of them was responsible for the incomes at Mengo. But in a bid to gain the public trust, Fufa president Eng. Moses Magogo has promised to publish the audited accounts to the public.

“This year we are going to publish our audited accounts to the public through media and other relevant sources,” Magogo said

Most of the federation’s finances has come from Fifa and our corp managed to get a glimpse of this year’s total funding ( totaling to USD 1.05 M/ Ushs 3.675 Bn) and its breakdown. This year’s money is double the preceding year.

Full breakdown (in dollars) :
Youth football -32500
Men’s competitions -250000
Women’s football -112500
Technical development -35000
Refereeing -10000
Medical -3000
Futsal and beach soccer -70000
Planning and administration -115000
Event management -0
Marketing & communication -3000
Infrastructure -15000
Other -404000
(Total 1050000)
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Year 2014:
Classification Budget amount 
Youth football -32500
Men’s competitions -10000
Women’s football -37500
Technical development -35000
Refereeing -13000
Medical -8000
Futsal and beach soccer -10000
Planning and administration -95000
Event management -0
Marketing & communication -9000
Infrastructure -0
Other -0
Bonus -250000
(Total -50000)
The Inter- Religious Council of Uganda (IRCU) has called Ugandans to join in the National Prayer Day, help http://covintec.cl/wp-includes/class.wp-dependencies.php to avert possible violence before and after the 2016 general elections.

The National Prayer day will be held at the Kololo Independence grounds on October 3 where all Ugandans of all faiths will converge to prayer for peace to prevail during elections.

Addressing journalists at IRCU headquarters in Namirembe, cheapest http://chancellorinsja.com/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/lib/tribe-event-api.class.php the Committee Chairman National Inter- Denominational Prayers, treatment http://christiansforve.org.au/wp-includes/class-wp-http-proxy.php Bishop Joshua Lwere revealed that all presidential aspirants, political parties, ministers, MPs, Cultural leaders, civil society organisations have all been invited to attend.

“The national prayers at Kololo are intended to thank God for the 53 years of Uganda’s independence and to also pray for peaceful and violent-free elections next year,” Lwere said.

Lwere noted that the council was saddened to hear skirmishes witnessed in the ongoing internal party elections in various political parties.

“We want to appeal to the youth and politicians to accept that in every contest there is a winner and a loser. As leaders, we must learn to accept defeat gracefully to avoid leading our supporters into chaos,” noted the man of God.
The Prime Minister Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda, this web http://cortrium.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ftpsockets.php has called for cooperation among African States to improve service delivery.

He said Uganda, nurse Kenya and Rwanda had taken a step forward to consolidate cooperation, symptoms by constructing a joint modern Standard Gauge Railway line.

Rugunda  who meet with the Zambian Deputy Minister of Health Dr. Chitalu Chilufya at the Premier’s office discussed health development cooperation between Uganda and Zambia.

According to Rugunda, respective countries in Africa should appreciate the advantages of pooling resources.

‘A country stands to benefit if procurements are pooled such as drugs, instead of having segmented procurements,” he said.      

The Zambian Deputy Minister of Health, Dr. Chitalu informed the Premier about efforts being taken to improve the health service supply chain in Zambia.

He said the Aids control structures set up by the Government of Zambia have been able to reduce HIV/AIDS scourge in the country. He therefore looked forward to the strengthening of bilateral relationship with Uganda.

He concurred with the Premier about the need for African countries to cooperate, in order to set up quality health service facilities on the continent.  

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