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Memorial Service for late Colonel John Mwaka (born 1934 and departed 2013) and late Laloyo Mwaka (born 2004 and departed 2014) By Freddy Williams Latigo-Nono
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Laloyo was born on the 24th July 2004 at Heartlands Hospital, Birmingham. She went to the following schools from birth; Sept 2007—July 2008 Bloomsbury Nursery, Birmingham, Sept 2008—July... More > 2010 St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Birmingham; Sept 2010—July 2011 Harlowbury Primary School, Essex; Sept 2011—Dec 2012 Gallions Primary School, London; Feb 2012—Sept 2012 Taibah International School, Uganda; Sept 2013—Nov 2013 Jack & Jill Primary School, Uganda. She will be dearly missed as a Daughter, sister, niece and cousin. May the Almighty God grant our little angel Eternal peace and Joy. _________________________________________________________ The Late John Mwaka joined the Kings African Rifles in 1952 until Uganda independence in 1962. Thereafter Uganda Rifles, and Ugandan Army. He rose to the rank of Colonel and served as Director of The Records Office and retired from the army in 1978.In 1980 he was recalled to serve as a consultant director at the Records Office until his final retirement in 1986.< Less
In Loving Memories for the late Colonel John Mwaka (born 25 December 1934 and departed 06 August 2013) and Laloyo Mwaka (born 24 July 2004 and departed 29 November 2013) By Freddy Williams Latigo-Nono
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Laloyo was born on the 24th July 2004 at Heartlands Hospital, Birmingham. She went to the following schools from birth; Sept 2007—July 2008 Bloomsbury Nursery, Birmingham, Sept 2008—July... More > 2010 St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Birmingham; Sept 2010—July 2011 Harlowbury Primary School, Essex; Sept 2011—Dec 2012 Gallions Primary School, London; Feb 2012—Sept 2012 Taibah International School, Uganda; Sept 2013—Nov 2013 Jack & Jill Primary School, Uganda. She will be dearly missed as a Daughter, sister, niece and cousin. May the Almighty God grant our little angel Eternal peace and Joy. _________________________________________________________ The Late John Mwaka joined the Kings African Rifles in 1952 until Uganda independence in 1962. Thereafter Uganda Rifles, and Ugandan Army. He rose to the rank of Colonel and served as Director of The Records Office and retired from the army in 1978.In 1980 he was recalled to serve as a consultant director at the Records Office until his final retirement in 1986.< Less
Regional Imbalance and Uneven Development in Uganda By Freddy Williams Latigo-Nono
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The book is an attempt to discuss the issues of uneven development and its regional dimensions has brought forward ethnic conflict, poverty, political rivalries, resource conflict, and wars in... More > Uganda. It is behind this background that the study using various methods tried to examine the course of political, social and economic trends of events in Uganda. Having examined the root causes of regional inequalities and imbalance in political, economic and social developments, this study suggests a number of policy reforms to correct the problems of regional imbalance and uneven development in Uganda. Unless there are drastic changes in policies, the problems of uneven development will continue to be a source of conflict between northern and southern Uganda. However, this book can serve as one of the policy guidelines, towards an alternative development strategy in Uganda. Finally,I wish to thank Dr Peter Van Dungen, University of Bradford, whose comments made it possible for me to complete this study.< Less
Regional Imbalance and Uneven Development in Uganda By Freddy Williams Latigo-Nono
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The book is an attempt to discuss the issues of uneven development and its regional dimensions has brought forward ethnic conflict, poverty, political rivalries, resource conflict, and wars in... More > Uganda. It is behind this background that the study using various methods tried to examine the course of political, social and economic trends of events in Uganda. Having examined the root causes of regional inequalities and imbalance in political, economic and social developments, this study suggests a number of policy reforms to correct the problems of regional imbalance and uneven development in Uganda. Unless there are drastic changes in policies, the problems of uneven development will continue to be a source of conflict between northern and southern Uganda. However, this book can serve as one of the policy guidelines, towards an alternative development strategy in Uganda. Finally,I wish to thank Dr Peter Van Dungen, University of Bradford, whose comments made it possible for me to complete this study.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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