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Costing $300,000 (Shs 780 million), the floods Early Warning System, built by the Uganda Communications Commission, with the support of the International Communications Union, will monitor River Manafwa's water levels and send out an alarm for the locals to move to safer grounds in time before devastating floods strike.
Q | Is this a reaction to the directive by the Uganda Communications Commission requiring that a pay television subscription broadcasting licensee must ensure that a minimum average of 20 per cent of Ugandan content is aired?
Rapid growth in adoption of mobile telecommunications can be attributed, in part, to Uganda's Communications Act of 1997, which established UAS initiatives, UAS funding mechanisms, privatized the incumbent telecommunications operator (Uganda Telecommunications Limited), and established the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC, 2001; AKPAN-OBONG et al.
Also at the event, Alvarion and valued customer MTN Uganda have been shortlisted for the AfricaCom Rural Telecoms Award for the Internet Cafes Project carried out by MTN Uganda, in partnership with the national regulator, the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC), which has been deploying Alvarion's Rural Broadband solution since December of 2010 to provide public internet access in 23 rural districts within Uganda.
The Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) chief, Godfrey Mutabazi, said, 'This is an essential service since we are a landlocked country.
7m by June 2007 and the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) expects a further massive rise by the end of this year.
Since our last update, new data have been published by Ugandan telecoms regulator, the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC), for various segments of the country's telecoms market.
The Uganda Communications Commission has released an order to all television broadcasters to show sign language interpretations in their programming or else there is a risk for termination.