Guide to Ateso Language

The Atɛsɔ Language Orthography was created way back in the 1960s and was reviewed years later. However, the language continued to develop. In this course of development there were differences identified between the spoken language and the written language. These differences were mainly dialectal, ranging from tone to lexis to grammar. As a result, the

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TDIC 2018 Conference Guidelines

Teso Development International Conference | Saturday 22nd – Sunday 23rd September 2018  | De Vere Selsdom Estate Hotel, London, UK | Theme: Working Together for Sustainable Development PREPARATION GUIDELINES The overall goal of the conference is to unite, promote collaboration, and foster partnerships with young people and women, in identifying strategies for achieving sustainable development of the Ateker people,

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5th Teso Development International Conference, 2018

I am happy to announce that the 5th Annual Teso Development International Conference (TDIC) will take place on Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd September 2018 at the 4-Star De Vere Selsdon Estate Hotel, London, UK. TDIC 2018 is organized by Iteso Welfare Association (IWA) UK, in collaboration with Iteso Cultural Union (ICU) UK and Karamoja Association

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The Iteso: Resistance, Adaptation, and Revival – Key Note Address

By Dr. Patrick Igulot, PhD Key Note Address at the 4th Annual Teso Development International Conference, University of East London, London, UK. 18th–23rd September 2017. The theme of the conference: Teso: Past, Present, and Future. Abstract The history of Teso (Uganda) at the turn of the 20th century has not been told consistently. In this

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The Untapped Potential of Teso – Key Note Address

By Professor Venansius Baryamureeba, PhD A Keynote Speech delivered on 18th September 2017 at the 4th Teso Development International Conference hosted by Iteso Welfare Association UK (IWA UK) at the University of East London, London, United Kingdom, 18th—23rd September 2017: Conference theme- Teso: Past, Present, and Future. Abstract Teso faces several development challenges including poor standards

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IWA State-of-the-Art Specialist Referral Hospital

Introduction The government health policy in Uganda emphasises the minimum health care package. The minimum health care package emphasises, health promotion, disease prevention and maternal and child health. As a result of this policy, services for advanced healthcare needs are inadequate across Uganda.  In Teso sub region in eastern Uganda, like the rest of Uganda,

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Resolutions of Teso Development International Conference

Resolutions of the 4th Annual Teso Development International Conference, London, United Kingdom We, delegates attending the 4th Annual Teso Development International Conference held at the University of East London, London, United Kingdom, from 18th–23rd September 2017 and whose names are appended herein: Remembering that Teso sub-region was socially, culturally, and economically prosperous and was characterised

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Programme for Teso conference 2017

Teso Development International Conference | University of East London, United Kingdom |  Monday 18th – Saturday 23rd September 2017 | Theme: Teso: Past, Present, and Future  Day 1: Monday 18th September 2017   Item In charge/Presenter/Chair Time Arrival Registration   8:00 am – 8:50 am Preliminary Session Welcome Delegates Chair, Organising Committee 9:00 am – 9:10 am

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Speaker of Uganda’s Parliament to Open Teso Conference

It is with immense pleasure that I confirm to you that the Right Honourable Speaker of Uganda’s parliament, Rebecca A. Kadaga will open the 4th Teso Development International Conference taking place at the University of East London, 18th–19th September, 2017. In her opening remarks, the Speaker is expected to address development challenges affecting Teso region

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