Ugandan Shilling


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Ugandan Shilling

The currency of Uganda. It was introduced in 1966, replacing the East African shilling. It was marked by high inflation and was revalued in 1987. See also: UGS, UGX.
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Upon analyzing the expense sheet, the client decided that he would ask for a loan of 30,000 Ugandan shillings (US$9.
This represented 134,000 repetitions for an estimated cost of 20 billion Ugandan shillings, for the government and the families.
But as Joyce had only 500 Ugandan shillings - about 20 cents - she could not afford it.
Thus, considering overall costs (contraceptive services and medical care associated with all pregnancies and births), current use of contraceptives results in a net savings of $56 million, or 97 billion Ugandan shillings (UGS), annually over what would be spent on care associated with pregnancy and childbearing in the absence of any family planning use.
And when you convert pounds 600 into Ugandan shillings, that tops the two million mark
Government health expenditures in the 2005-2006 financial year totaled 240 billion Ugandan shillings (roughly $138 million), excluding project funding by donors.
THE LEASING of transport services in Uganda is to be funded by the European Investment Bank (EIB), which is planning to lend Euro 10 million's worth of Ugandan shillings (UGX 21.
I am now paying one million Ugandan shillings ($400) per child [per term]," he said.
He also sells some of his surplus crops, earning his family an income of about 5,000 Ugandan shillings a week.
Amin even said that his predecessor was free to return to Uganda, while when he first came to power he had imposed a bounty of one million Ugandan shillings on Obotes head.