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  • Anti-corruption hotline receives no call in one year

    According to the UIA chief executive, Jolly Kaguhangire, the nearly one year old telephone number hasn’t received any anti-corruption call. Kaguhangire said instead other normal investment related queries have been made on the hotline managed by the army.  The hotline is 0800100770. The state minister for Investment and Privatization, Evelyn Anite,

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  • Low pay fuelling corruption- IGG

    The Inspector General of Government (IGG), Irene Mulyagonja has blamed corruption associated with procurement in the public sector on the low remuneration. Speaking during the Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) meeting with Suppliers in Kampala, the IGG, said that professionals in the field are being paid peanuts yet expected to manage

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  • Don’t leave health services to donors, activists tell government

    Mukono. Government should not leave health services at the hands of donors to ensure effective service delivery, health rights activists have cautioned. The activists argue that since donors depend on grants, inefficiencies are created whenever their programmes wind up. Such financing gaps have been blamed for the poor health sector performance

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