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    Uganda

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    beautiful people, but do people ever think about the country Uganda? Uganda is located in eastern Africa, and is molded by its deep rooted cultural history that speaks the two official languages, English and Swahili. The people of Uganda are strong with the desire to live, but are weakened by the immense loss of healthcare. Uganda’s way of life is much different than the lives in America, and will awaken the eyes of the viewers. Uganda had gained their independence from their father-country, Britain

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    Uganda has the unfortunate title of being one of the nations on the United Nations’ list of the least developed countries and its inclusion on the list is due to a host of interconnected reasons. This landlocked East African country was colonized by the British in the late 1800s until it gained independence in 1962 (The World Bank, 2014). Ever since it came free from Britain’s reign, the Republic of Uganda has been in the midst of a number of intermittent conflicts that have proved to be major obstacles

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    Uganda has a diverse culture with extreme health and conflict obstacles that must be overcome in order for the country to be successful in future endeavors. The capital of Uganda is Kampala, and the country is located in East Africa along the equator. Uganda is bordered on the west by the Congo, on the north by Sudan, on the south by Rwanda and Tanzania, and on the east by Kenya. The national flag is made up of six stripes and a circle in the center with a bird inside of it. The stripes are yellow

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    The Republic of Uganda

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    Republic of Uganda (Word Count 1574) The Republic of Uganda is located on the Central- East region of Africa. Home to 35.6 million individuals of Christian and Muslim descent , it is run by President Yoweri Musevni and his Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi as a Presidential democracy. Since becoming president in 1986, Yoweri Museveni has introduced several political and social reforms and has been credited with improving the standard of living for middle class Ugandans. Since the late 1980s Uganda has rebounded

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    Life In Uganda

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    and the worst places to live. The country in Africa is Uganda. R ural Uganda is the worst part of the country which is where about 85 percent of the population lives. Uganda is a small country with a population of around 36,000,000, and half are under the age of 15. Uganda borders Lake Victoria, Kenya, South Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, and Tanzania. The capital of Uganda is Kampala and the President is Yoweri Museveni. Uganda is a very interesting country with how the life, health

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    Republic of Uganda is the multiparty democratic republic. A constitutional referendum in July 2005 cancelled ban on multi-party politics. The President of Uganda, currently Lt Gen Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, is both head of the state and head of the government. President is elected by popular vote for a five-year term. Additionally, the constitutional term limit for the presidency was changed in 1995 from the previous two-term limit, to enable the current president to continue in active politics. Next

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    The country of Uganda is a British colonization that began in 1860. Originally, Britain and Germany shared the country but a treaty was signed giving Britain the right to control all of Uganda. In 1962, Uganda received independence and an internal legislative government. When their independence was received A. Milton Obote declared himself the prime minister of the country. During the first years of independence, Ugandans struggled with forming a central government. A. Milton Obote introduced a

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    Uganda

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    Uganda 1. Historical background The country known as Uganda was once a British colony just like the majority of its neighbors in East Africa. It was initially intruded into by the Arab traders led by Speke and the British explorers led by Stanley in 1862 and 1875 respectively. They both paid homage to Mutesa who was the King (kabaka) of the Buganda. Uganda remained predominantly under the colony of the British until 1962 when they were granted internal self government by Britain (History World

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    geographical heart of the African continent, Uganda has long been a cultural melting pot, as evidenced by the existence of 30-plus different indigenous languages belonging to five distinct linguistic groups, and an equally diverse cultural mosaic of music, art, and handicrafts.”(“People and Culture.” Welcome to The Pearl of Africa: official tourism guide from the Uganda Tourism Board”) From its wide variety of different cultures to its mosaic of arts and music, Uganda is still known as the “Pearl of Africa”

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    affecting people on every continent, and country. However this paper focuses on Africa, within the county of Uganda. In Uganda, AIDS rate has dropped drastically in the last ten years. Whether it is due to deaths, incorrect calculations, change in behavior or a country coming together as one, this country has worked for several years to reduce the rate of people infected with the disease. Although, Uganda has made commendable progress in improving the fight towards AIDS they still lack and are in much more

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