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Policies & second hand clothes in East Africa by EPRC

Background

In the 1980s, the East African textile industry was more developed along the entire value chain from cotton production and marketing, ginning and production of yarn to fabric and garments manufacturing. The state was quite instrumental in supporting this value chain through Cooperative Societies/unions running the mills and textile industries.

However the liberalization wave in the starting in the late 1990s resulted in a significant decline in cotton production while the import of second hand clothes increased. Since the signing of the East African Community (EAC) treaty in 1999, the EAC integration agenda has had much success in market integration as witnessed with the implementation of the EAC Customs Union from 2005, EAC Common Market Protocol from 2010 an the agreement on Monetary Union.

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Agricultural insurance for sustainability by EPRC

The National Development Plan (NDP) acknowledges the potential of agro-processing to create better paying off-farm jobs, improve food security, increase farmer incomes, alleviate poverty, and enable Uganda attain the middle income status.


For successful implementation of this agenda, agricultural production becomes critical to ensure consistent supply of agro-based raw materials required by agro-processing industries.


However, agricultural production faces a myriad of risks that are a threat to achieving the targets and eventual supply of raw materials. Notable among these are unprecedented drought and rainfall.

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225 Jobs at Health Services Commission

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225 Jobs

Jobs at:
Health Services Commission

Deadline of this Job:
27th January 2019

Duty Station:
Kampala , Uganda , East Africa , 256

Summary
Date Posted: 7th January 2019 , Base Salary: Not Disclosed , Employment Type: Full-Time , Currency: Ush

JOB DETAILS:

Applications are invited from suitably qualified applicants to fill vacant posts tenable at Ministry of Health Regional Referral Hospitals (MoH - RRH), Moroto, Hoima, Kabale and Mubende RRHs. The Application should be filled ONLINE at www.hscers.ug and submitted to the Secretary, Health Service Commission not later than 8th February, 2019. The link to the E-recruitment system can also be accessed from the Commission's website on www.hsc.go.ug
1. Applicants are advised to:
• Complete PSF 3 and keep it for future reference.
• Secure a scanned passport size photograph (JPEG format).
• Scan only the relevant documents.
• Create an email address in case you do not have one.
2. Relevant Documents include the following:
• Academic and professional certificates (UCE, UACE, Professional Certificates, Diplomas, Degrees, Fellowships).
• Evidence of training in specialized areas where applicable.
• Letters of appointment, confirmation and promotion where applicable.
• Registration certificates and valid practicing licenses for health workers who are required by law to register with relevant Professional Councils.
• National and current Institutional Identity Cards.
• Priority should be given to uploading only the relevant documents in the job specifications. Shortlisted applicants will have the opportunity to present additional relevant qualifications.
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Job application procedure
Application Process
• visit the website www.hscers.ug or www.hsc. go.ug and follow the link to hscers.ug
• Study the information about the advert
• Go to "Job seekers log-in" and register. If you are already registered, log-in with your registered details, update your profile where necessary, proceed to (d) and (e) below
• View the jobs
• Select one job of your choice, APPLY ONLINE and upload all relevant documents and SUBMIT. Detailed guidance on how to apply is provided on the website.
4. It is emphasized that:
• The application should be completed and submitted ONLINE.
• Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
• Shortlisted candidates shall be required to bring their original certificates, letters of appointment, three copies of completed PSF 3, Registration Certificates and Valid Practicing Licenses, and evidence of active service, at the oral interview.
• Candidates who will present forged certificates shall be handed over to the Police for appropriate action.
• Health Workers who are on long term training (one year and above) must not apply.
5. In case of need, you are advised to seek help from the Ministry of Health or the nearest National or Regional Referral Hospital Human Resource Unit. In addition, the Health Service Commission will respond to inquiries by telephone on 0414-254378 or 041348501, or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
All services of the Health Service Commission are provided free of charge and equal opportunity is given to all qualified applicants.

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How can I really apply for this job, because everyone directions they are giving are failing
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Why We Need To Empower Women, Adolescents and Youth to Keep Everyone’s Dream Alive

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Why We Need To Empower Women, Adolescents and Youth to Keep Everyone's Dream Alive

Adokonyero Esther and Akena Christine* are two 17 year olds living in Pajimo, Kitgum District. Both girls are now teenage mothers, who have dropped out of school. Esther hoped to become a nurse, while Christine's desire was to be a teacher. Shots at both dreams suffered a major setback after the two girls left school to tend to their children.

These are just two of the stories of many of Uganda's rural girls who have been victims of teenage pregnancy and early marriages. According to the 2016 Uganda Demographic Health Survey, 25% of adolescent girls of 15 to 19 years in Uganda have begun childbearing. This implies that nearly three in every 10 adolescent girls of 15 to 19 years in the country have begun childbearing.

A lot counts to this. For Example in Matidi Sub County, Kitgum District, the locals ascertained to us that one of the causes of teenage pregnancy is the urge by young men to try out their manhood. They lure equally young girls into sex, and the result is young families of children bearing children yet they do not have access to modern family planning information and services.
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