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The Most Deadly Strain of Ebola Strikes Again

Ebola can as well be referred to as hemorrhagic fever. Ebola is a virus disease that causes problems with how blood clots which results into internal bleeding as blood leaks from small blood vessels in one’s body. Ebola can be transmitted through direct contact with body fluids say blood, saliva,…

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Wildlife will live to fight another Day

Wildlife refers to the flora and fauna that a given country poses. These include both mammals and species of birds. Countries like Uganda have got over 364 bird spices and 364 mammal spices that are worthy protecting such spices include Lions, Leopards, Elephants and Gorillas. Thus different organizations worldwide have…

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The Reason we Need Tourism Translation Services

Tourism is an act of temporary movement of people to different destination outside their usual environment to another environment for leisure, business or other purposes for usually not more than one consecutive year. It also involves spending time away from home in pursuit for recreation, fun and relaxation in order…

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What It Takes To Be A Good Translator

As the ability to speak many languages in today’s competitive world pays dividends both career wise and financially, many people are learning many languages and joining the business of translations. But what does it take to become a good translator? I interviewed Ms Feresian Amutuhe who is a professional translator…

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Why Translators Are Indispensable

The work of translators is so underrated yet it is one of the most important and painstaking works in the world. This is because knowledge is power and it is knowledge written down and preserved for posterity that latter generations have relied on to do incredible things from building skyscrapers,…

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Need for Financial Translation Services

Has it ever struck you that Ugandan banks could be alienating potential customers by not considering financial translation services and having their transactions done in the English language? Every Ugandan bank you go to has its receipts written in English. In fact even most of the tellers and other staff…