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18/04/2023

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Kasaana, Kitagata , Sheema football games

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13/03/2023

dance on the sticks

26/10/2022
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28/09/2020
28/09/2020

BREAKDOWN OF COSTS INVOLVED IN PLANTING ONE ACRE OF BANANA PLANTATION

Created by: Ssalongo Ssali

1. Clearing land; Labour = sh 300,000

2. Digging 500 holes 3ft × 3ft with 9ft × 9ft spacing; each at sh 400 (sh 400 × 500 holes) = sh 200,000

3. Suckers; each at 2000 (suckers 2,000 × 500 holes) = sh 1,000,000

4. Manure (Dry Cow Dung); 8 Elfs each at sh 90,000 (sh 90,000 × 8 Elfs) = sh 720,000

5. Planting (including filling in 1 basin of manure); each at sh 300 (sh 300 × 500 holes) = sh 150,000

6. Miscellaneous; sh 100,000

7. Taking care of your plants as they grow up. Young plants will require 0.1–0.2kg of manure each month. Mulch, irrigate, use pesticides etc to give a healthy growth for your plantations.

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TOTAL COST: Ugsh 2,470,000

You will realize magnificent results in just 12 months and profitable harvests in 15-18 months.

Maize, sugar overproduction a ‘good problem’ says Museveni - Nile Post 19/08/2020

Maize, sugar overproduction a ‘good problem’ says Museveni - Nile Post JOACHIM BUWEMBO President Museveni has described the current glut in the agricultural produce market as a good problem. Addressing the NRM delegates conference, the president called on fellow leaders and Ugandans to see the opportunity in the overproduction of produce like sugarcane and maize, rathe...

13/08/2020

For many families, back to school planning will look different this year than it has in previous years, it will be a mixture of many factors ranging from fear to economic hardships as a result of the lockdown. School may have new policies in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
However, we may need to consider the following tips to help us as parents, guardians, and caregivers plan and prepare for the upcoming school year.
Talk to your child about precautions to take at school. Children may be advised to do the following:
Wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds more often.
If water is not available, use hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol (hand sanitizers should be stored well – need for monitoring)
Maintain a recommended physical distance from other people, including other students.
Wear a mask.
Avoid sharing objects with other students, including water bottles, devices, writing instruments, and books.
Monitor how they feel and tell an adult if they are not feeling well.
Develop daily routines before and after school—for example, things to pack for school in the morning (like hand sanitizer and a backup mask) and things to do when you return home (like washing hands immediately and washing worn cloth masks).
Wash your hands immediately after taking off a mask.
Be familiar with the school’s plan for how they will communicate with families when a positive case or exposure to someone with COVID-19 is identified and ensure student privacy is upheld.

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13/08/2020

Descibe

26/05/2020

Integrity

20/05/2020

For All Holiday Makers

20/05/2020

where a u my obz and ogs of 2014.love my school bse is where my profile started. if ur there inbox mi or if u know some one inform mi I need u my classmate or inbox mi wiz ur wats app number

20/05/2020

Agric / natural mask

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Chairman kasaana sub county Muhoozi Eli harvesting one of his urban farming projects at home

29/04/2020

This is to share with you a link that has worksheets for all Pre-Primary and Primary classes. You can Download and print them out and give them to our childrenEach class has sets from different Top schools in the country like Green Hill, Kampala Parents, Mbuya Parents, Little Muhegi P/s, Sir Apollo Kagwa P/S etc. They may be many for your child but they are worth the investment.
I hope you will find them helpful. Below is the link.
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1KMDE3uGvUXrdA0H-8j8hVipdeIAn37TH

PRIMARY SCHOOL HOLIDAY WORK BOOKS - Google Drive

UNEB Speaks Out on Candidates’ Registration as Parents Petition Education Minister - SoftPower News 29/04/2020

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UNEB Speaks Out on Candidates’ Registration as Parents Petition Education Minister - SoftPower News Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) has assured parents that they have not called for online registration of students in candidate classes during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. In as statement released on Sunday, UNEB regarded as misinformation claims that the board was collecting registrat

Audible Stories | Audible.com 28/03/2020

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The girls match 1-1

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KITAGATA SC VS SHUKU

26/12/2019

AS WE END Christmas
Boxing Day today
BOXING DAY is a time for finishing the leftovers from yesterday’s Christmas feast, putting your feet up in front of the telly and bingeing on festive films - and more food and drink. But why is today called Boxing Day? And why is Boxing Day also called St Stephen’s Day?

Boxing Day falls on December 26 and is a UK bank holiday. The day is also known as St Stephen’s Day and is traditionally a religious holiday named after the first Christian martyr.

Why is today called Boxing Day?

The term Boxing Day is thought to have first appeared in the 1830s and its definition hints at where the day got its moniker from.

December 26 was defined as “the first week-day after Christmas-day, observed as a holiday on which post-men, errand-boys, and servants of various kinds expect to receive a Christmas-box.”

And it’s that final term that tells us where the term Boxing Day originated.



Boxing Day 2019: Have you finished your Christmas leftovers? (Image: GETTY)

Christmas-boxes date back to the 17th century when tradesmen would collect money or presents in boxes on the first weekday after Christmas.

The collection was a gesture of thanks for the year’s service.

Servants of the wealthy were given the day off after Christmas as they would usually be working on December 25.

Their employers would then give every servant a box filled with gifts, bonuses or leftover food to take home.



The term Boxing Day is believed to have originated in the 1830s (Image: GETTY)

The term Christmas-box was mentioned in Samuel Pepys’s diary on December 19, 1663.

However, some argue the box-giving tradition began even earlier, in the Middle Ages, and saw parishioners collect money for the poor in boxes that would be open on St Stephen’s Day.

Others trace the tradition even further back in time to the late Roman Empire.

What is certain is that charitable acts of charity are now associated with St Stephen’s Day.

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11/12/2019

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Motivation.com 04/11/2019

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*What is a Motivational Letter and Why it Matters?*

A motivational letter is a one-page letter that’s used to describe why you are the perfect candidate for a certain position. It is usually attached to your resume.

You are required to write a motivational letter in these 4 specific scenarios...

You are applying to get admitted to an educational program at a college or university (undergraduate, graduate, or postgraduate).
You are applying to work at a non-profit organization.
You are applying as a volunteer in an organization.
You’re applying for an internship in a company.
The motivational letter shouldn’t be confused with a cover letter, the purpose of which is to highlight how specific information on your resume matches a job opening. Think of a cover letter as the introduction to your resume for a hiring manager and your motivational letter as the powerful closing sales pitch for a university or non-profit.

So why exactly does the motivational letter matter? You’re a doer more than a talker: you’ve listed everything there is to know about you on your resume. That should be enough, right? Wrong!

All organizations are looking for people who genuinely want to be there and are excited about what they do. The intent should be your driving motivation!

Writing a good motivational letter can be an absolute game-changer. It can provide a boost for your resume, but also make up for lacking required skills.

How to Structure a Motivational Letter

A good motivational letter is a one-pager where you introduce yourself, your story, and show your interest in the position or organization you are applying to.

There are two main ways to structure your motivational letter:

Using the classic 3 main paragraphs structure, where your motivational letter has the introduction, the body, and the conclusion.
Using the 5-7 paragraph structure, where you divide your main body paragraph into smaller 1-3 sentence paragraphs according to the main points.

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04/11/2019

Describe

04/11/2019

The game between Kasaana and Bugongi ended very well. Thanks to everyone that made it to Old Kampala play grounds.

We can never get enough of you our dear brothers of bugongi, It's always fun and joy playing together.

Rukondo Egumeho

Bugongi 3:0 kasana

Are you scared of the results 😄😄😄

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Yesterday (Thursday) Muhito Polytechnic Institute (Kitagata TC) togather with Sheema District,hosted MST & I,TRID over:
~Growing and promotion of Sericulture & Apiculture
~Mihito Polytechnic Institute taking up Sericulture as a core subject by students.
~Community to study about sericulture & Apiculture from this Institute
~Polytechnic Institute hope to be affiliated to Awu for sericulture
~More than 10 acres of land given to Sericulture development.
~Other more outgrowers register for this project to be trained from Muhito.
~Chines committed themselvea to build a rearing house at this Institute.
~Household income is our Agenda.

20/06/2019

I wanted to join your school to finish senior four

Teacher.com 20/06/2019

*GENUINE TEACHERS ARE GREAT PEOPLE*

1. They never grow old.
2. The are the happiest people on earth.
3. They are very disciplined people.
4. They are special people who know how to control their anger and temper.
5. Teachers are loving people.
6. Teachers are God given parents,with caring and sympathetic hearts.
7. Teachers are called and chosen by God to teach the nation.
8. Teachers are forgiving people.
9. Teachers are exemplary people .
10. Teachers are resourceful people.
11. Teachers are time conscious people .
12. Teachers are a gift from God.
13. Teachers are not selfish people . They share knowledge freely.
14. Teachers are talented people .
15. Teachers endure low payments and suffer for the sake of others.

Share this to your favorite teacher/s to make her/his/their weekend a wonderful one

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