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(10 Oct 1972) Expelled Asians arrive in Bombay from Uganda aboard ship in India You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/61130bee7258653c7529521ac93637ac Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Amateur film of an exciting school trip by ship around southern Europe. Join the pupils from Sutton Manor High School, Coombe Girls School, Wallington High School for Girls and others on Uganda's cruise 225. Departing Venice on March 26, 1971, she visited Venice, Piraeus, Istanbul, Rhodes, Malta and Leghorn (Pisa), finishing on April 7, 1971. The SS Uganda was a former liner between London and East Africa that converted to an educational cruise ship in 1967. It later served as a hospital ship during the Falklands War before being sold off in 1986. Film of the Month for June 2017: https://www.londonsscreenarchives.org.uk/public/details.php?id=440 (Kingston Museum)
Helping you comply with export and import requirements. The Governments of Kenya, Uganda & Niger have introduced a Conformity Assessment Programme (CAP) to ensure the quality and safety of products imported into the country. All regulated products that are now shipped to Kenya, Uganda & Niger are subject to certification and must be accompanied with a Certificate of Conformity. In order to help your products clear Customs in these countries all Exporters need to comply with the requirements of the CAP. Failure to comply with the CAP requirements will result in severe delays of the consignment leading to penalties or even the failure of your shipments to clear Customs. The authorities in Kenya, Uganda & Niger may take random samples from imported consignments to verify the compli...
The risk involved was extraordinary... The timing had to be impeccable and the entire rescue operation rested on achieving the element of surprise. When Israeli citizens were held hostage by terrorists at Entebbe Airport in Uganda in late June 1976, Israeli commandos and soldiers embarked on one of the most daring and dangerous rescue operations ever in order to save them. See how Israel pulled off this seemingly impossible stunt in the video below.
18% of Uganda's total area is covered by navigable water bodies
Uganda is seeking to participate in management of Kenya's Mombasa port and other ports in the region.[TAKE VO]The Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of East African Community Affairs, Edith Mwanje says the land locked country should have a say in the management of ports, due to too many delays experienced at the ports, which she mentioned affects trade. According to a draft report on Uganda's position on negotiation for a single Customs Territory, the port currently handles over 805 of the imports for Uganda. It reveals that recent changes in port charges and other decisions particularly at the port of Mombasa, have been taken without input from Uganda. Leading, therefore to inconvenience and disruptions in the import process in the country. The Permanent Secretary also noted that apart...
Government has relinquished its duty to a private company in offering transport services between Kampala and Kalangala Island after the only state owned ferry on route MV Kalangala suspended its operation due to mechanical breakdown. Earth wise ferries Uganda limited, has started offering transport services between Kampala and palm oil rich island in lake Victoria of kalangala, as state owned water vessel remains grounded due to troubles in its tanks that cause oil spills. And as Kennes Bwire reports, the new MV amani, built with modern technology which takes 2 hours to reach the islands has attracted travelers including tourists with two classes of travelers on board.
(1 Nov 1972) A ship full of Indian families expelled from Uganda arrives in Bombay. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f47ce740504686df1cef9d30c1048e5f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Welcome! Here is a short video giving you an introduction to the Sexual Health Improvement Project, and initiative of the Ugandan Population Secretariat. I hope that you enjoy! This video was produced by Joshua Kwebiha. For more information please see www.shipuganda.wordpress.com or email us at email@example.com.
Uganda's state owned automobile company, Kiira Motors Corporation, is building what's expected to be Africa's first solar powered bus. The prototype is in its completion stage and will be unveiled next month in the capital Kampala.
On January 11, 2014 in the Southern Sudan on the river White Nile overturned and the ferry transporting the refugees from the district Malakal escaping from the armed fighters sank. According to local military, were lost from 200 to 300 people, including women and children. On January 26, 2014 not less than 22 people were lost at crash of the Aqua Marine pleasure craft near Port Blair (the allied territory of Andamanskiye and the Nicobar Islands as a part of India). The overload became the cause of accident: on the vessel calculated on transportation of 25 people there were 45 tourists from Mumbai. On March 10, 2014 in Gulf of Aden at the coast of Yemen the vessel with migrants turned over. At least 42 persons were lost, about 30 people managed to be rescued. On March 22, 2014 not less ...