Pan Dental Surgery Celebrates 20 years of Quality service.

It has been pomp and Mary making at Buganda road as the staff of Pan dental Surgery a leading dental hospital celebrated 20 years of outstanding dentistry service.

In celebration of the 20 years of excellent service, staff of Pan Dental hospital led by their Boss Dr Tom Mutyabule have chosen to host guests for a thanks-giving ceremony at Pan Dental premises along Buganda road.

The Bishop of Namirembe diocese Luwalira kityo has led the thanks giving prayers for Pan Dental surgery.

“ I want to commend Pan Dental Surgery for your exceptional serves to God’s people. My presence here is a great sign that pan dental Surgery is superlative, may the good lord continue guiding and rewarding you in the process of your work,” said Bishop Luwalira.

Speaking at the ceremony, the proprietor of Pan dental Surgery Dr Tom Mutyabule has said that the 20 years of excellent service are a great landmark.

He revealed that Pan Dental Surgery now boasts of latest  Technology Dentistry Equipment citing the 3D Dental Scan which he say can help offer quality Dentistry service to Ugandans.

“Above all the state of the art Dentistry equipment we have at Pan Dental Surgery has helped us reduce on the patients time wasted, gone are the days when a patient would be here for two days to get a tooth repair or replacement , it now takes us about one hour, very accurately and perfectly done” said Dr Tom.

Dr Tom Mutyabule has pledged continued quality service.

In February 2015 Dr Tom Mutyabule become the first East African member of the International Society of Computerized Dentistry an international body that governs all practitioners and trainers of computerized dentistry across the globe.

By Joshua Mutale.

The National Honey week due 27-29 August

Oxfam Uganda through its national partner The Uganda National Apiculture Development Organisation is implementing Strengthening the Apiculture Value Chain for Improved Livelihoods in Uganda (SAIL-Uganda).

The major objective is to contribute to the improved livelihood resilience of 3,672 people (60% women and 40% men) living in the districts of Kotido and Lira, in Northern Uganda by December 2015.
Its against such that Oxfam Uganda has supported The Uganda National Apiculture Development Organisation to organise the forthcoming 6th Uganda National Honey week due 27-29 August 2015 at Lugogo Forestmall in kampala.

According to Oxfarm online sources, Youth form the majority of Ugandan population and their population is still increasing coupled with alarming unemployment levels. Both women and youth have limited economic opportunities. Bee keeping presents a huge opportunity to avert the current situation as an alternative source of livelihood for the youth and women especially in production, processing and equipment manufacturing.

The exhibition is a free walk through event, come Learn, and support these women and youth by attending the 6th Uganda National Honey Week

By Joshua Mutale.

Abaana batutte nnyabwe ku Police lwa kukolera bwenzi mu nju ya kitaabwe.

Abaana basatu batutte Maama waabwe ku Police lwa kumuvunaana kukolera bwenzi mu nju ya kitaabwe eyafa emyaka ebiri.
Abaana bano bagamba nti bamaze ebbanga nga ba wulira nti nnyabwe aleeta abasajja mu nju ya kitaabwe, naye leero baabadde be beebase nga bawulira omusajja eyefulukuta, kwe kukwata nnyabwe N’omusajja Ono ne ba batwala ku Police.
Bino nno byonna bibadde mu bitundu by,’e Ntebe mu Ggombolola ye Katabi.

Government allows limited horticultural exports to European Union.

A limited number of exporters of
horticultural produce have now been
cleared to resume exporting to the
European Union.
Slightly more than half of the most
active exporters of horticultural
products like vegetables and fruits
have been allowed to resume exports
to the European Union, which had
been banned since the self imposed
ban was effected by the government.
Early this year the trade ministry had
effected a ban on Ugandan vegetable
and fruit exports following quality
related complaints from the EU.

EALA adopts motion for stronger laws against human trafficking.

EALA adopts motion for
stronger laws against
human trafficking
The EALA MPs said EAC partner states
have fallen short of stopping the vice
of trafficking in persons in the region.
East African legislative assembly
lawmakers have passed a motion
urging the East African community
partner states to expeditiously deal
with the problem of human trafficking
in the EAC region.
While debating a motion moved by
Uganda’s representative Dora
Byamukama, the regional MPs said
EAC partners states have fallen short
of stopping the vice of trafficking in
persons in the region.
The EAC region is ranked number one
on the continent for trafficking in
persons.