“…the virus will hurt women and girls most, especially in the poorest countries.” On 21 March 2020, Uganda confirmed her first case of COVID-19, almost two months after the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared it a public health emergency of international concern. To combat the spread of COVID-19, on 30

The COVID-19 also referred to as the Coronavirus is responsible for the current pandemic that was initially reported in Wuhan China in December 2019. Since then COVID-19 has spread all over the world with over 5 million infected and more than 300,000 people dead so far. While COVID-19 is new,

Covid-19 or corona virus is a type of flu, characterized by coughing, high fever and in the terminal stages pneumonia, which originated in China at the beginning of 2020. It spreads through droplet infection especially in crowded places.1 Covid-19 has resulted into over 3.51 million active cases and over 240,000

Following the World Health Organization (WHO)’s declaration that the flu caused by the corona virus Covid-19 was a pandemic, governments declared emergencies which have had repercussions on the functionality of the various sectors of society but among the hardest hit sectors is the criminal justice system.A pandemic simply put is

This study examined the law governing social security in Uganda and its effect in managing natural disasters. The study was desktop research that relied entirely on the documentary review method. The purpose of this study was to examine the legal framework for social security in Uganda in the face of

In January 2020,the World Bank published its findings on a Jobs Strategy for Inclusive Growth for Uganda. The World Bank’s findings were significant given that Uganda has the second youngest population in the world. The report estimated that for Uganda, the working age population will have increased by 13 million