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  • Chinese acupuncture therapy offers hope for patients in Uganda

    In the China-Uganda Friendship Hospital in the Ugandan capital of Kampala, 40-year-old Naome Kayongo joins the queue, a familiar ritual in her journey toward healing. She is among a growing number of patients seeking acupuncture, a traditional Chinese therapy, hoping to restore movement to her paralyzed right hand.


  • Roundup: China helps Uganda fight malaria as global funding shrinks

    For Milly Nakazzi, an assistant nursing officer at Uganda's Kiruddu National Referral Hospital, the fact that at least six of every 10 patients she treats have malaria is business as usual.


  • China provides funding for school meals to 165,000 children in Uganda's Karamoja

    China has allocated funding through the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) to provide school meals for over 165,000 children from 315 schools in northeastern Uganda.


  • Chinese construction firm in Uganda provides training for local staff

    China Communications Construction Corporation (CCCC) on Tuesday started a two-week training program for local foremen and engineers in Uganda's central district of Wakiso.


  • Uganda-China cultural exchange center launched in Ugandan school

    A Uganda-China cultural exchange center was inaugurated on Friday at a vocational school in central Uganda, marking the deepening of cultural relations between the two countries.


  • Chinese-constructed cargo center helps growth of exports in Uganda

    A Chinese-constructed cargo center at Uganda's Entebbe International Airport is aiding the growth of cargo exports from the East African country, a state-run air transport regulator said Tuesday.


  • Final unit of Chinese-built power plant in Uganda connected to national grid

    Uganda on Tuesday successfully launched the last unit of six turbines at the Chinese-built Karuma Hydropower Plant and synchronized it on the national grid, the country's electricity generation agency said.


  • China, Uganda pledge to expand pragmatic cooperation

    Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni on Saturday met with Chinese President Xi Jinping's special representative Liu Guozhong who attended the 19th Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement and the 3rd South Summit in Kampala, the Ugandan capital. Both sides exchanged in-depth views on bilateral relations.


  • Senior Chinese diplomat meets Ugandan FM

    Wang Yi, director of the Office of the Foreign Affairs Commission of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, met with Ugandan Foreign Minister Jeje Odongo in Beijing on Tuesday.


  • GLOBALink | China trains young Ugandans to take charge of budding oil industry

    Lamech Mbangaye is among thousands of young Ugandans gaining knowledge and skills from China to prepare them to take on the country's budding oil industry. Click for his story.


  • Feature: China trains young Ugandans to take charge of budding oil industry

    Uganda has a budding oil industry that experts project will fast-track the country's economic development once commercial production starts. Back in 2014, Lamech Mbangaye dropped his studies in insurance and followed the oil dream. Mbangaye wants to be part of this oil journey.


  • Uganda, China mark 59 years of diplomatic ties

    Uganda and China on Monday marked the 59th anniversary of diplomatic ties between the two countries.


  • Interview: Chinese model of engagement with African countries genuine -- Ugandan party official

    "At the moment, you can drive from one corner of Uganda to another border on tarmac, mainly built by Chinese companies," said Richard Todwong, deputy secretary general of Uganda's ruling National Resistance Movement party.


  • China donates chemicals, equipment in fight against locusts in Uganda

    China on Wednesday donated an assortment of chemicals and equipment to Uganda in the fight against desert locusts that experts warn are threatening food security in the east African country.


  • Uganda approves Chinese oil firm's assessment report to develop oil sector

    Uganda's environment watchdog on Monday announced the approval of an Environment and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) submitted by China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) as one of the steps to pave the way for the commercial production of oil in the east African country.


  • China boosts growth of Uganda's manufacturing sector: official

    Fourty three Chinese manufacturing enterprises are set to showcase their products in Kampala at first China-Uganda Industrial Capacity Cooperation Exposition from July 23 to 26.


  • China plays critical role in advancing Uganda's ICT development

    Chinese technical and financial support is critical to accelerating Uganda's Information, Communications and Technology (ICT) development, U


  • Chinese firm trains Ugandan legislators on oil, gas industry

    A Chinese training institute in Uganda on Thursday trained legislators on the oil and gas industry as the east African country gears up for commercial production.


  • China accelerates Uganda's green energy drive to fast-track development

    Isimba Hydropower Plant constructed by Chinese companies in eastern Uganda awaits official commissioning next month after it passed tests from engineers, environmentalists and conservationists.


  • Uganda seeks China's cooperation in promotion, integration of traditional medicine

    Uganda's minister of state for health on Friday said the country will draw lessons from China on integration of traditional and complementary medicine into mainstream health care system.


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