OTHER WORDS FROM UgandaU·gan·dan, adjective, noun
How to use Uganda in a sentence
Fewer than half the people in Uganda owned cell phones at that time.
Uganda’s action isn’t even the latest example of a blackout.Myanmar: How repressive regimes quash dissent with Internet shutdowns|Robert Hackett|February 2, 2021|Fortune
In Uganda, a parallel digital conflict is playing out in quite a different way.Authoritarians have a love-hate relationship with social media|Yinka Adegoke|January 16, 2021|Quartz
Given the impending election in Uganda, we moved quickly to investigate and take down this network.
While at Northwestern, he has reported from the West Bank, Uganda and Vietnam, as well as participated in the school’s first Inside-Out class with incarcerated students at Stateville Correctional facility.Meet ProPublica’s Emerging Reporters for the 2020 School Year|by Talia Buford|October 16, 2020|ProPublica
In Uganda, legislators are considering further criminalization of LGBT advocacy and same-sex relationships.
By now, most of us are familiar with horror stories from Uganda and Russia.It Gets Better—but Mostly if You Live in a Rich, Democratic Country|Jay Michaelson|November 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe is a nun of the Sacred Heart who rescues young girls from sexual slavery and rebel attacks in Uganda.
And, as in countless other countries (Uganda, Kyrgyzstan, Nigeria), LGBT people are a convenient scapegoat.
I have not lived in these three countries, I lived in Uganda and Ghana.
There is also an inland system of telegraphs connecting the chief towns with one another and with Uganda.
The Uganda railway is essentially a mountain line, with gradients of one in fifty and one in sixty.
Since the completion of the Uganda railway, trade, and consequently revenue, has increased greatly.
The harbour on the south-west side of Mombasa island is known as Kilindini, the terminus of the Uganda railway.
The coast lands apart, the protectorate was regarded as valuable chiefly as being the high road to Uganda.
British Dictionary definitions for Uganda
Cultural definitions for Uganda
Landlocked nation on Lake Victoria in east-central Africa, bordered by Tanzania and Rwanda to the south, Democratic Republic of Congo to the west, Sudan to the north, and Kenya to the east. Its capital and largest city is Kampala.