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Les donnees viennent de plusieurs sources dont la plus importante est une serie d'entretiens menes a Gulu et a Kampala en mai et juin 2015.
The semi-official Sudan Media Center ( SMC) Friday quoted Central Darfur's humanitarian commissioner Ismail Adam as saying the UN claims about malnutrition in Gulu are incorrect.
Smile 4G network currently covers Kampala, Entebbe and Mukono, and additional sites are being deployed over the next few months in Jinja, Mbale, Soroti, Tororo, Lira, Gulu, Masindi, Kasese, Fort Portal, Kabale, Mbarara and Masaka.
On January 23, 2015, Zoom Wireless was granted its commercial ISP license, clearing the way to offer commercial service in Gulu and implement plans for regional expansion.
Canikli said the Gulu Coz border gate with Syria was used for exports only, while imports from Syria were halted.
Glance further South and you come to Gulu in northern Uganda, which is Joseph Kony's Lord's Resistance Army territory, and they openly acknowledge ivory poaching to support their war effort.
Rift Valley Railways (RVR), a portfolio company of leading regional investment group Citadel Capital, has re-launched Uganda's Tororo-Gulu-Packwach rail line that links Kenya with Tororo in Eastern Uganda and Gulu in the north.
Citadel Capital's Rift Valley Railways (RVR), the operator of the Kenya-Uganda railway, has completed the first phase of the rehabilitation of 500 kilometres of track that links Kenya with Tororo in Eastern Uganda and Gulu in the north, ending two decades of disuse and inefficiency.
The journey from Gulu, six hours north of the capital Kampala, is a spine-juddering five-hour ride down potholed tracks made impassable by rain.
One of them was airlifted by helicopter to the Northern Ugandan city of Gulu where he is undergoing treatment for a broken leg and other injuries.
To begin with the couple travelled to Gulu in northern Uganda for three months to work in a government hospital where they helped to implement new systems and train the junior doctors and medical students.
A woman's right to own land is the organizing principle of an inspiring drama festival Douglas Langworthy attends in the Gulu region of Uganda, where agribusiness loans are helping to mend the ravages of war.
Uganda had begun building the fuel reserves in Jinja, Nakasongola, Gulu and Kasese in the 1970s.
Many are shunned by their communities and have to abandon their homes and head to the city of Gulu to find some means of survival, often casual jobs and selling sex.