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About Alex
Alex Otto is a journalist based in Gulu, Uganda.

I have eight years of experience working in Gulu,Pader,Nwoya,Amuru and Kitgum in Northern Uganda.I have also worked in the capital of Uganda Kampala. I have covered the post conflict situation in northern Uganda extensively ranging from issues of reintegration of former abductees, post conflict challenges of land, and challenges of disease outbreak like the nodding syndrome, high malaria rate in the the north, and most importantly life stories of victims and combatants in relation to the lords resistance war.
Languages
Afrikaans
Services
Audio package (Radio / Podcast) Interview (Video / Broadcast) Vox Pop
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Politics Current Affairs Arts & Books
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Portfolio

Unicuspid Aortic Valve, an Extremely Rare Congenital Anomaly in Adults: A Systemic Review

08 Jun 2023  |  www.scirp.org
The article provides a systematic review of unicuspid aortic valve (UAV), a rare congenital heart anomaly in adults. It highlights the prevalence, types, clinical presentations, and management of UAV, based on 85 case reports involving 92 patients. The review finds that UAV is often associated with aortic stenosis and regurgitation, with dyspnea being the most common symptom. Transesophageal echocardiogram is the primary diagnostic tool, and surgical intervention is the predominant treatment. The study underscores the need for accurate diagnosis and detailed reporting of UAV morphologies to improve patient management.

Frustration is rising among over 8,000 Kony war survivors as they wait for the government support that was promised to them about seven years ago. The victims are mainly from Acholi, and some parts of Lango, Teso and West sub regions. They were registered between 2006 and 2008 under a scheme headed by the then Special Presidential Advisor for northern Uganda, Richard Todwong for possible compensation for bodily injuries and property lost.

Local government so under-resourced that it will find it hard to deliver ambitious development plan for northern areas.

08 Oct 2012  |  ReliefWeb
The article discusses concerns about the ability of local governments in northern Uganda to deliver on the Peace, Recovery and Development Programme (PRDP), aimed at post-conflict recovery from the Lord’s Resistance Army insurgency. The PRDP is designed to improve the economy, social services, and reinforce local government authority, but is hindered by inadequate staffing and capacity. The first phase of PRDP was marred by delays, poor management, and corruption. The second phase, with a budget of $455 million, faces similar challenges with local officials and experts voicing concerns about the lack of resources to implement the projects effectively. There are fears of corruption at the local level, although the central government has increased oversight measures. The article emphasizes the need for transparency and community involvement to ensure the success of PRDP.
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