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The Speaker of Parliament, Rt. Hon Rebecca Kadaga, has called on all representatives of the major organs for policy and implementation within Parliament to embrace Corporate Governance as one way of fostering the working relationship between the Parliamentary Commission and the Board of Management.
“Corporate governance has a central role in the management of sustainable institutions, and establishes transparency, integrity and accountability which are key pillars. These, in turn, help build the confidence required of leaders today,” she said.
The Speaker made these remarks at the offici…
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The Speaker of Parliament Rt. Hon. Rebecca Kadaga, has urged Ugandans to plant more trees in order to preserve the environment, and to also enjoy the positive outcomes of climate change.
“We all know about climate change. If we do not plant more trees we shall face its negative impacts,’’ she said. peaker was Chief Guest at a Thanksgiving Ceremony for Hon. Lawrence Biyika Songa, (Ora County) at the District Farm Institute in Zeu, Zombo district, on Saturday 22nd April 2017.
Kadaga also told the residents that when she was flying over the region, she had noticed that while a very bi…
The Indian government has been asked to extend support and training to small scale and medium enterprises in Uganda.
The Rt. Hon. Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, made these requests while meeting the new Indian High Commissioner to Uganda, Ravi Shankar who had paid a courtesy call to the Speaker, Friday 21st April 2017, at her chambers in Parliament.
Kadaga said that India’s economy had grown largely due to small scale businesses operating favourably and successfully. She noted that it would be a good idea for Uganda’s business community to benchmark with India’s business communit…
The Rt. Hon. Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, has appealed to youth to pick interest and take charge in the fight against climate change in Uganda.
Kadaga was speaking at a stakeholders’ breakfast meeting on the forthcoming UN-African Youth Conference on Climate Change and Sustainable Development Goals, Friday, 21st April 2017 at Parliament.
Kadaga was impressed with the outstanding and active participation of young people under the Youth Go Green foundation at the COP22 – UN Climate Change Conference in Marrakesh, Morocco in November last year, which earned Uganda an opportunity t…
The Speaker of Parliament, Rt. Hon. Rebecca Kadaga has called for more awareness campaigns on breast cancer in the public.
The Speaker was addressing a dissemination workshop organised by Uganda Women's Cancer Support Organisation (UWOCASO) following their thier research study titled; "Assessment of Clinical and Psychological Needs of Metastatic Breast Cancer Patients, challenges and gaps in meeting their needs in Uganda".
The workshop was held Thursday, 20th April 2017 at Hotel Africana.
Kadaga said, "We do not do advocacy; conduct checkups and lack the proper equipment in our health…
The Speaker of Parliament, Rt. Hon. Rebecca Kadaga has received a petition from Tom O’lalobo, a farmer from Nwoya district, over being denied an agricultural credit facility.O’lalobo, accompanied by Hon. Lily Adong (Nwoya District) met Kadaga over the petition, today, Wednesday 19th April, 2017 in the Speaker’s Chambers at Parliament. He said that he had been granted the Agricultural Credit Facility, an initiative of the Uganda government in partnership with commercial banks in 2011. He added, that in 2012 he was denied access to the funds.“I applied and was granted funds through the Tropical…
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