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Beijing 100600
China
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ester
Sun, 14 Sep 2014 05:43 EDT
ugandans deportion
is true that ugandans who are in china prison going to be deported back in uganda.what about those in macuo prison
Phillip
Wed, 10 Sep 2014 02:35 EDT
China prisoners
Hullo,
My brother by the names of Joseph Mukasa Mulinwa was jailed in China and his name has been appearing in news papers ,can you kindly find his sentence because I have read from New vision of 10/9/2014 that the possibility of China swapping prisoners with Uganda will only be for long term ones as opposed to those on death row.
Ahabwe smith
Fri, 23 May 2014 14:26 EDT
due deligency
Hullo

Iam in a business with a Chinese company I want to be sure if am dealing with the right company and if this company exisit. Kindly connect me to the relevant desk handling this my email is uzeland@gmail.com
Rev.Dr. Solomon Nkesiga
Fri, 8 Nov 2013 01:33 EST
Seeking investors
Bishop Stuart University is seeking investors in Construction of seven buildings, hostels, laboratories, and class rooms. Could you help us locate such. Interested banks or corporations with large sums of money to invest in Uganda at cheap interest rates.

Waiting to hear from you.
Kintu Ivan
Fri, 12 Jul 2013 05:07 EDT
Population ageing in Ugand and China
Population ageing is a major trend with global implications. With one in nine persons in the world aged 60 years or over, projected to increase to one in five by 2050, population ageing is a phenomenon that we can no longer ignore. Increasing longevity is one of humanity’s greatest achievements. Indeed, population ageing is cause for celebration. The opportunities that this presents are as endless as the contributions that a socially and economically active, secure and healthy ageing population can bring to society. Opportunities come with challenges, however. Population ageing presents social, economic and cultural challenges to individuals, families, societies and the global community. It is how we choose to address the challenges and maximize the opportunities of a growing older population that will determine the future of humankind.
In Uganda; older persons are defined as persons aged 60 years and above (Uganda National Policy for Older Persons, 2009). The Uganda National Household Survey (UNHS) Report 2009/2010 indicates that there are 1,304,464 older persons in Uganda- 600,653 males and 703,811females. The majority of older persons live in rural areas where about 85% of the active ones are engaged in crop farming.
Older persons face many other problems such as poverty, ill health, food insecurity, malnutrition, poor shelter, gender inequalities and abuse. Many financial institutions regard older persons as risky borrowers and therefore not credit worthy.
Although the country has a rich tradition of supporting older persons, it is also true that the country is modernizing at a fast pace. As a result, many older persons cannot be sure of receiving the level of support they once expected from their children and relatives. Consequently, older persons face isolation and stigmatisation. Sometimes their rights to work and own property as well as legal protection are violated. Older persons are faced with other unique challenges:-
Due to the HIV/AIDS epidemic the country has had, older persons continue to bear the burden of caring for many orphans.
As they struggle with these orphans, many older persons suffer from a range of chronic diseases which, left untreated, can be permanently disabling. Indeed 64.5% of our senior citizens have one or other form of disability.
Moreover, 93% of older persons in Uganda receive no pension and therefore live without any form of financial security.
When these factors combine, many of this country’s senior citizens experience poverty, social exclusion, discrimination and a life without dignity and destitution without any income security.

I work with older people in Uganda I would like to get in touch with age care organizations in China to share experiences in social protection of older people.
Muhanuzi collin
Wed, 3 Apr 2013 03:19 EDT
Scholarship visa
May i know what requres when processing a scholarship visa to china. Muhanuzicollin@gmail.com
Alimony
Wed, 20 Mar 2013 21:34 EDT
My sister in Macao women pertention prison
Helle Dear sir/Madam,
how are you?.am not fine here in uganda.I got a letter from my sister that she is in Macao prison in china,i kindly request the effort of Embassy of uganda to help this lady and fine out what was the problem.Since upto now,i have not yet got any message yet.Thanks
Luteete Grace Henry
Wed, 20 Mar 2013 06:54 EDT
I need a chinese investor to mine gold in Mudende district in Uganda.
Hello sir/maderm

AM looking for an investor from China to mine gold on private Milo land in mubende district.
For more information contact me on +256774829099 or on Email luteete.gh7@gmail.com.
Hope to hear from you.
Gloria
Fri, 25 Jan 2013 22:39 EST
Missing Niece
Please if anybody in Beijing, China knows the where about of Daphne Awino please get back to me immediately.we,the family last had that she had some problems with her Bose and police was involved.Please in case of any information find me on adbeckiez@yahoo.com.thank you and i pray that she is fine.
Justine
Thu, 25 Oct 2012 09:19 EDT
Susan Nalunkuma
I received un confirmed information of one Uganda woman who might have died in China last week. Her name is Susan Nalunkuma, she was not illegal in China as he had just traveled to China again in September. Please let me know if this information can be confirmed and what caused her death because the last time i talked to her begining this month she was ok. Thanks a lot

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