Uganda’s First Digital Census: A catalyst for Digital Transformation

In May 2024, Uganda is set to embark on a historic journey with its first-ever digital…

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UICT, A Catalyst Digital Transformation for National Socio-Economic Development

The Uganda Institute of Information and Communications Technology (UICT) is at the forefront of driving digital…

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Architecting cyber security for Uganda’s fintech sector.

By Michael Mukasa Uganda is currently one of the leaders in digital economic contributions in Africa…

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Advancing Uganda’s ICT Sector: Highlights from UJ-Connect Project Meeting

Explore the latest developments in Uganda's ICT sector with highlights from the second Joint Coordination Committee…

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Clean Energy Transition: IEA’s Electricity 2024 Report Unveils Global Trends and Challenges

Discover the IEA's latest report, "Electricity 2024," revealing a global surge in electricity demand powered by…

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UICT Prepares to shine at the 3rd National Science Week: A Glimpse into Uganda’s Sci-Tech Renaissance

UICT actively participates in the 3rd National Science Week, exploring the theme, "Uganda Tusimbudde: Our Science-Led…

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Uganda prepares for national science week 2023: A celebration of innovation and progress

By Nancy Emily Nagujja On September 27, 2023, the Science, Technology, and Innovation Secretariat (STI) unveiled…

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Calling All Scholars: Unleash Your Innovative Potential at NCC 2023

The 8th National Conference on Communications (NCC-2023) is set to be a remarkable gathering of scholars,…

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Smartphone, tablet or laptop: Which do you choose?

It can be hard to keep up with the latest technology in the digital age. That…

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Pearl Africa Sat-1 Satellite deployed into orbit

Kampala- Uganda’s first satellite, PearlAfricasat-1, has been deployed into orbit from the International Space Station (ISS).…

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Gulu University to process mango pulp into wine

Gulu. Gulu University plans to process wine from about nine tons of mango pulp that have…

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