Corruption Threatens Uganda's Education Projects
Billions of shillings from the International Development Agency of The World Bank meant to support Uganda's Post Primary Education and Training Programme have been lost through negligence, corruption and abuse of office.
The Independent, 17 November 2012
Ordinarily, the police would arrest anyone found with government property at his home and charge him with "possession of government stores." But in Sembabule District, the police ... read more »
Maria Kiwanuka, Minister of Finance and Economic Development suspends cash payments to the government over fraud.
Uganda: Govt Releases Funds for UPE, USE
New Vision, 17 November 2012
Government has released over sh496m for free primary and secondary education programmes in Kampala city. read more »
The Observer, 15 November 2012
Teachers around the country could soon drop their tools and drag the government to court for a slow payroll cleanup that has left them penniless. read more »
Teachers are threatening to down tools if they are not paid their salary arreas. The teachers union (UNATU) claims some teachers have not been paid for six months while others just ... Read more »