Category: Covid-19


When the COVID-19 pandemic broke out in March, it affected a number of sectors countrywide, including education. With schools closed, the children and their parents were forced to adopt home learning to fit in the new normal.

Covid-19: Online exams can be conducted securely

As universities move to distance learning, there are doubts about whether online exams can be conducted securely and with integrity. Doubts abound and are fuelled by the basic logic that if students can cheat in the presence of invigilators in face-to-face exams, how about online when no one is watching?


Currently, there is no available vaccine for COVID-19. However, many of the symptoms can be treated and getting early care from a healthcare provider can make the disease less dangerous.

COVID-19, what we know so far!

It’s the most trending topic on Twitter right now; it’s the only news that is making headlines globally. Citizens across the world are tuned on

In the days of quarantine

It’s the day …. Who is counting anyway? So the quarantine is real and we are coping up with the ministry of health instructions of social distancing and staying indoors to avoid the pandemic covid-19, which its cases are increasing day by day.

4 Ways Coronavirus is Affecting Ugandan Economy

Following the declaration of COVID-19 as a pandemic by the World Health Organization, PWC released an article entittled “impact of the Coronavirus on Ugandan economy,” largely to assess how COVID-19 has and continues to affect trade in the land-linked country of east Africa.

The world economy since COVID-19 outbreak

The dramatic spread of COVID-19 has disrupted live economy, livelihoods, communities and businesses worldwide. Organizations around the world, including the Forum and its partners, are coming together and finding innovative ways to minimize the impact on public health and to limit disruptions to economies and supply chains.

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