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Uganda Constitution 1.0
Tanzania Constitution 1.0
The Constitution of Tanzania, formally Constitution of the UnitedRepublic of Tanzania and also known as Permanent Constitution orFourth Constitution of Tanzania, was ratified in 1977. Before thecurrent establishment, Tanzania has had three constitutions: theIndependence Constitution (1961), the Republican Constitution(1962), and the Interim Constitution of the United Republic ofTanganyika and Zanzibar (1964)
Kenya Safe Sex Tips 1.0
Kenya Safe Sex TipsA tool to ensure that you have all the necessarysafe sex knowledge.Find all information you may require concerningsafe sex as released by the Ministry of Health, National AIDSControl Council (NACC), United Nations, PEPFAR, and InternationalAIDS Vaccine Initiative (iavi)Also included are vital statisticsconcerning AIDS as outlined in the Kenya HIV Prevention RevolutionRoad Map
Rate Me Please 1.0
Rate Me Please allows you to upload imagesandothers to rate them.It allows users to upload image files and others get to rate themona scale from 1 - 10. Users are also allowed to comment onpicturesand give valuable feedback to one another. The commentscan then beupvoted appropriately hence allowing others to quicklyfind the onesthat are insightful. Images can also be viewed infull screen forbetter clarity.
Swahili Clock 1.0
Swahili Clock ya WaswahiliIn many East African languages, the startof the daily time system is at dawn, not midnight. Thus, what wouldbe seven o'clock in the morning in English becomes one o'clock inthe morning in Swahili and other East African languages. This alsoaffects the date: the whole night is the same date as the precedingday. For example, Tuesday does not become Wednesday until morningbreaks, rather than changing at midnight.For multi-lingual speakersin East Africa, the convention is to use the time system applicableto the language one happens to be speaking at the time. A personspeaking of an early morning event in English would report that ithappened at eight o'clock. However, in repeating the same facts inSwahili, one would state that the events occurred at saa mbili('two hours').The Ganda form, ssawa bbiri, is equivalent to theSwahili in that it means literally 'two hours'.