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2007 Annual Conference & Exposition Proceedings
The economic, education, and health problems facing Uganda are immense. The average life span is around 42 years of age. Health clinics, potable [drinkable] water and electricity are not readily available for most citizens in rural areas. Many of the public schools and universities lack the facilities to adequately support education in the physical and biological sciences. The literacy rate needs to be improved to promote better understanding of health matters.doi:10.18260/1-2--2891 fatcat:reji7iuh7bdr5ilcf3zjtr2mii