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"Vikram Nadkari y Arua was very thankful for the honesty of the tricycle driver, after checking that nothing was lost among his belongings," she said.
Arua said disobedience cannot constitute a crime unless it's willful, adding that the right to fair trial is paramount
During the campaign for the Arua Municipality seat, Wine electrified crowds with a message denouncing Museveni's government as a failed state.
Museveni also was in Arua at the time, campaigning for a rival candidate who eventually lost.
In early July 2014, months after the last confirmed case in Uganda but during a period of intense transmission in South Sudan, a new outbreak was reported in Moyo district, in subcounties (Metu and Dufile) that were not affected during the first outbreak (Itirikwa, Aliba, and Gimara); cases were eventually reported in the neighboring Arua district.
However, in our setting (Arua Regional Referral Hospital, ARRH), the level of MTCT under Option B plus implementation has never been evaluated.
And, we were joined in hosting this conference by the African Research Universities Alliance ( (ARUA).
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The 11 markets will be constructed in the urban centres of Busia, Arua, Soroti, Masaka, Lugazi, Moroto, Entebbe, Mbarara, Tororo, Kasese and Kitgum.
There is a growing body of research literature from print-impoverished contexts indicating increased direct involvement by parents in their children's literacy development (see Ngwaru & Opoku-Amankwa, 2010; Mathangwane & Arua, 2006; Arua & Arua, 2011; Pansiri & Pansiri, 2011; Oketch, Mutisya, & Sagwe, 2012; UWEZO Kenya, 2011).
To report this story, Wendee Nicole visited two refugee settlements in Northern Uganda, Arua District's Rhino Camp and the settlements of Adjumani District.
Whether a tribal orphanage and residential school run by Hindu monks in the remote village of Arua or a school for privileged children of the elite in the bustling city of Hyderabad, whether we spoke to the undergraduate students in a women's college in Cuttack or the devout nuns who managed and taught at a Catholic teachers college in the port city of Cochin, the commitment was equally apparent.