Treating diarrhoea, anaemia, respiratory infections and other clinical conditions related to malnutrition cost 526 billion Ugandan shillings
. Losses in productivity reached 417 billion Ugandan shillings
in manual sectors, such as agriculture, and 241 billion Ugandan shillings
in non-manual activities, due to lower educational levels.
He once earned 1.5 million Ugandan shillings
(about $600) a year from his coffee crop.
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.
The villagers have agreed that 3000 Ugandan shillings
- about pounds 1 - is acceptable.
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.
dollar is equivalent to about 1,827 Ugandan shillings
) green tea production plant, in a move that will position the firm in the lucrative tea industry, The Standard reports.
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 21.4 billion) to the Kampala-based DFCU Leasing Company Ltd.
There's a tap near the house where 20 litres of water costs 100 Ugandan shillings
- around 5p.
class="MsoNormalHowever a bogey at the 16th and a double coming just with a hole to go, saw him finish on two over par 73 for an all rounds total of 10 under par 274, to take the first prize of Sh1.06 million (Ugandan shillings