Tag Archives: Uganda

Check computergees for Uganda in 2006.

Uganda Market Entry

Subchapters: Market entry Forms and conditions of operation on the market Marketing and Communications Issues of intellectual property protection Public procurement market Payment terms, payment ethics and resolution of commercial disputes Visas, fees, specific conditions of travel to the territory Employment of citizens from the Czech Republic Fairs and events Market entry The basic regulation… Read More »

Uganda Energy and Security

Economy and energy Until the discovery of oil fields in Lake Albert, Uganda was an agricultural economy, heavily penalized by the lack of an outlet to the sea. Exports were mainly represented by coffee. The large influx of international aid in the eighties and nineties, also attracted by the government’s commitment to the prudent management… Read More »

Kampala, Uganda

According to abbreviationfinder, Kampala is the capital and largest city of Uganda, located on the northern shore of Lake Victoria and with a population of approximately 1,504,400 residents (2003). It is located in the south of the Republic, between hills and about 1,200 m above sea level. Note: Uganda. Landlocked state; forming part of the African continent, it is the… Read More »

Child Soldiers in Africa Part II

5: How are child soldiers recruited? Children often join armed groups after a carefully planned process, which may include the use of force. Abduction is one way to involve children in armed groups. Children are small and easily intimidated. Therefore, it is easier to force them than adults into armed groups. In addition, children like… Read More »

Child Soldiers in Africa Part I

“Child soldier”: The word makes one imagine a young African boy with a Kalashnikov spreading death and destruction. But is this a correct picture if we take a look at the facts? Is it only in Africa that we find child soldiers, or are they found in armed conflicts on other continents as well? And… Read More »

Uganda Population, Politics and Economy

Population in Uganda In 2015 Uganda counted 35 million residents, who are divided into ethnic groups of over 60 peoples, each with their own language, culture and, in some cases, their own religions. According to directoryaah, the main ethnic groups are the Bantu peoples in the south of the country and the Nilotes and Nilohamites… Read More »