In Uganda, a man sometimes grants "male status" to his senior wife, allowing her to behave as an equal toward men and as a superior toward his other wivesIn the twentieth century, polygynous marriages represented social bonds that were not legally recognized as marriage, leaving women without legal rights to inheritance or maintenance in the event of divorce or widowhood.
Culture of Uganda history, people, clothing, women, beliefs, food, family, social, dress To Z Food and Economy Food in Daily LifeMost people, except a few who live in urban centers, produce their own foodMost people eat two meals a day lunch and
Clothing in Uganda The kanzu, a white or cream colored robe, serves as the national dress of Ugandan menWomen in eastern and central Uganda adorn the gomesi which is a dress with exaggerated, large shoulders and a sash tied around the waistThe
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Background million workplace accidents occur annuallyIn Uganda, Kampala district has the highest workplace injury and fatality ratesHowever, information on personal protective equipment (PPE)hand gloves, hardhats, overalls, safety boots, earplugs, safety harness with lanyard, and face shieldsutilization among building construction workers remains scarceWe assessed PPE
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with the , pieces of clothing providedIn Nakivale, Uganda, UNHCR received bales of warm clothing for women, men, girls and boys and three bales for younger children to distribute at a Reception Centre to new arrivals, asylum seekers and refugees.