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Car Accidents in Egypt down by 23.6% in 2018.

The report also estimated that the cause of accidents was because of human error (76.8 percent), technical malfunctions (15.7 percent) and problems with the quality of roads and their maintenance (2.7 percent).

The Virtual University of Uganda, is also organising a similar road safety educational campaign through an e-conference. The e-coference on health and safety will start on 29 May 2019

Financial literacy and growth of entrepreneurial ventures

Managing enterprises worldwide and especially in Africa requires financial literacy as several studies have concluded. Financial literacy is a key ingredient needed by entrepreneurs and their managers to make concrete financial decisions.  Financial literacy is a key strategy for improving money management skills. Surely entrepreneurs need competences in savings, investment, debt management, budgeting, and financial …

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Sustainable Use of Water in Uganda’s Oil and Gas Projects

For emerging oil exploration and production (E&P) operators in Uganda, water management is not only going to be about managing direct line-item costs but about mitigating risk. E&P operators in Uganda must assess the operational risk and impacts on capital expenditures (CapEx) and operating expenses (OpEx) as well as manage challenges from increased regulatory oversight …

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The Virtual University of Uganda appoints a new Chairman of the Governing Council

The team at Virtual University of Uganda (VUU) welcomes the new Chairman of the Governing Council, Dr Ham-Mukasa Mulira to the institution. We are very privileged to have Dr Mulira steering VUU through its exacting period of growth and investment. Dr Mulira brings years of experience and vast knowledge in the fields of ICT, governance, …

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VUU strengthens its leadership team with the appointment of a Deputy Vice-Chancellor – Academic Affairs and a Senior Consultant on Strategy and Development

VUU’s core mission is to provide high-quality education to students in Sub-Saharan Africa and beyond. To achieve this tall order, we are focused on building institutional capacity and are pleased to announce the appointment of a new Deputy Vice-Chancellor, and a senior consultant on Strategy and Development. Prof Magnus Amajirionwu joined VUU as the Deputy …

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