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Medical interventional study of war affected Teso Region, Uganda.
2002 by Isis-Women"s International Cross Cultural Exchange in Kampala, Uganda .
Written in English
|Series||Isis-WICCE report, Isis-WICCE research report.|
|Contributions||Isis-WICCE (Organization), African Psycare Research Organisation., Association of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Uganda., Makerere University. Dept. of Orthopaedics.|
|LC Classifications||RA646 .M445 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||2003409019|
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Medical interventional study of war affected Teso Region, Uganda. Kampala, Uganda: Isis-Women's International Cross Cultural Exchange, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Isis-WICCE (Organization); African Psycare Research Organisation.; Association of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Uganda.; Makerere University.
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Edited by: Musisi S, Kinyanda E, Ojiambo-Ochieng R.Kampala, An Isis-WICCE Production, Isis-WICCE: Medical interventional study of war affected Teso region, Uganda. Military intervention (Coup d’etat) in Uganda and indeed much of Africa is a symptom of Africa’s states problematic control characterized by; weak state, lack of state institutions and control that fan the impetus for military rule and repression.
This article engages in the active debate on this topic using ethnographic research conducted in the Teso region in eastern Uganda during and The Teso region experienced three violent conflicts from the late s to the mids, which at times were overlapping: large-scale cattle rustling, a civil war, and an insurgency.
Causes and consequences of the war in Acholiland. Ogenga Otunnu () The roots of the current war between the government of Uganda and the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) in Acholiland are entwined with the history of conflicts in Uganda and the rise to power of the National Resistance Movement/National Resistance Army (NRM/A).
The life expectancy at birth in Uganda rose from years to years for males and years to years for females over the period to Uganda also attained one out of the global MDG targets on child health; between andunder-five mortality rate dropped from to 55 deaths per 1, live births.
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UNICEF. Children on the Front Line. UNICEF, New York, Williams E. The health crisis in Uganda as it affected Kuluva Hospital. In Crisis in Uganda: The Breakdown of Health. effects, Teso parts of northern Uganda, and Karamoja are on the brink of severe famine.
According to an assessment report Uganda. book the Red Cross, within 12 Districts, 4, households were directly affected by flooding or hailstorms, w people including children living in makeshift accommodation. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) began working in Uganda inofficially establishing a country office in With a focus on the prevention, control, and treatment of HIV/AIDS, CDC works with the Ministry of Health and other partners to.
InIsis-WICCE chronicled the war-related traumatic suffering of the women of Teso region, Eastern Uganda, including the districts of Katakwi, Kumi and Soroti. Those who had a serious medical problem were referred to the regional hospital in Soroti District for further intervention.
Just a few years ago, nearly all northern Ugandans were living in displacement camps as the Lord's Resistance Army terrorized the countryside. A new survey of northern Ugadans, conducted by the Human Rights Center, offers a rare snapshot of the relative calm that now prevails in the area, but also highlights widespread fears that the peace is only temporary.
This sample was drawn from the Teso sub-region from four sub-counties in the districts of Amuria and Katakwi where the NGO, Transcultural Psychosocial Organisation (TPO) was carrying out a psychosocial project to address HIV vulnerability in this war affected community.
Medical Interventional study of war affected Teso region, Uganda. This study aims to assess the scope and salience of challenges confronting former child soldiers and at identifying additional challenges they face compared to non-recruited young people in war-affected northern Uganda.
Countries in this region. All countries. Counsellor for child soldiers, featured in film, discusses her work in Uganda 'Children of War' screened at UN. NEW YORK, USA, 12 October – Tonight, the United Nations office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict hosts the world premiere of the.
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The war was been found to be the single most important factor responsible for the low level of development in the sub region. Importantly, it was seen to have held back development of Uganda.
The Ugandan Bush War, also known as the Luwero War, the Ugandan Civil War or the Resistance War, was a civil war fought in Uganda by the official Ugandan government and its armed wing, the Uganda National Liberation Army (UNLA), against a number of rebel groups, most importantly the National Resistance Army (NRA), from to The unpopular President Milton Obote was overthrown.
Keywords armed conflict, child rights, child soldiers, social work, Uganda, war-affected children References Akello, G., Richters, A., Reis, R. () ‘ Reintegration of Former Child Soldiers in Northern Uganda: Coming to Terms with Children’s Agency and Accountability ’, Intervention 4(3): – ().
The Uganda–Tanzania War, the fall of Idi Amin, and the failure of African diplomacy, – Journal of Eastern African Studies: Vol. 8, Politics and violence in eastern Africa: the struggles of emerging states, c, pp.
Nusaf II is one of the many projects now under the largely donor-funded Peace Recovery and Development Plan for northern Uganda, a overarching development programme for the war-affected areas in.
USAID also assisted war-affected children and unemployed youth with tools and access to training to gain better access to income generating activities.
Most of Uganda’s farmers are women, so USAID’s agriculture programs have empowered women farmers and supported women-led associations, providing training and support to learning centers.
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The World Health Organization estimates that f. At the height of the conflict, million people lived in these camps across the region. The conditions were squalid and there was no way to make a living. Thus, a generation of Acholi people were born and raised in criminal conditions. The LRA terrorized northern Uganda for two decades when, inthey indicated an interest in peace.
TOM BEARDEN: More t and perhaps up to 60, children are estimated to have been kidnapped by the LRA during 20 years of civil war in Uganda.
The first Europeans set foot in Uganda in as explorers and were followed by missionaries. Following religious wars between converted Protestants and Anglicans in Buganda, a British protectorate administration took control of the region in Independence movements of the s came to fruition in when Uganda was granted self-rule.
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The first was Kawolo General Hospital, a bed hospital in the town of Lugazi in the Central Region of Uganda, which handles a significant number of road traffic injuries that.
Uganda (yo͞ogän`də, o͞ogän`dä), officially Republic of Uganda, republic ( est. pop. 37,), 91, sq mi (, sq km), E central Africa. It borders. The northwards spread of acute T. rhodesiense sleeping sickness in Uganda has been linked to cattle movements associated with restocking following the end to military conflict in This study examined the number of cattle traded from T.
rhodesiense endemic districts, the prevalence of the parasite in cattle being traded and the level of trypanocidal treatment at livestock markets.
Uganda The Present Context• While average health indicators in Uganda are steadily improving, the North of the country is ravaged by an year-old war affecting around million people. In the past two years, violence has intensified, with disastrous effects on people's health, and society at large.
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During colonial years, cotton was introduced to the region and became a major crop. Early Independence. In keeping with the post-WWII trend towards self-rule in the African colonies, the British granted Uganda full internal self-government in Milton Obote, founder of the Uganda People’s Congress, led constitutional efforts.
The international medical aid group Doctors Without Borders said recently that so many people were dying in government camps in northern Uganda that the problem was “beyond an acute emergency.Uganda - Uganda - Government and society: Until Uganda was a quasi-federal polity that included five subregional monarchies, non-monarchical districts, and a central government.
The republican constitution adopted in abolished the monarchies and assigned ultimate political power to an elected president. The president was to be aided by a ministerial cabinet drawn, in the British. force to achieve their objectives. Fighting also continued in the Karamoja region between local inhabitants and the army leading to many casualties, including children.
Halfway through the year, appeared to be the year of peace in the year civil war that has devastated Uganda and has spilled into neighbouring countries.