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Inadequate Information, Exorbitant Survey Charges Affecting Land Ownership By Women 8

During a multi-stakeholder engagement meeting held in Lira City, participants especially women cited the lack of information among community members and the high cost incurred during land survey as major challenges affecting land titling in their areas.
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Women In Uganda Demand Better Media Coverage 1

While unveiling the women’s month at Hotel Africana, the activists, led by Margret Sentamu the Executive Director Uganda Media Women’s Association-UMWA says that they want the media to advance gender equality and women’s empowerment as they report stories in the country.
17:02
17:02

Amuria Teacher Remanded for Breaking Student’s Spine Amuria District 1

Samuel Opio, a teacher of Amuria High School in Amuria district was remanded to Amuria Prison for causing grievous harm to his student.

Slideshow

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Professor Jeffrey D. Sachs Visit to Makerere in Pictures

Professor. Jeffrey D. Sachs, a renowned American economist was in Uganda for a two-day visit to Uganda. Jeffrey Sachs was the keynote Speaker at a High-Level Dialogue on the theme “Accelerating the Sustainable Development Goals through Leveraging Innovative Financing, the Parish Development Model, and Science and Technology" The dialogue was opened by Prime Minister, Robina Nabanja who later hosted him. During the address at Makerere, Prof Jeffrey Sachs urged Ugandans to prioritize their development before the foreign investors do. "No one cares about your development other than you," he said.

Business and finance

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Residents Protest Against Poor State of Kibimba Road 2

Residents have to rely on casual laborers to carry them across the flooded sections of the road, resulting in increased transport costs and disruptions to daily life. The impact of the flooding extends beyond transportation, affecting businesses and access to essential services.
09:00
09:00

Inadequate Information, Exorbitant Survey Charges Affecting Land Ownership By Women 8

During a multi-stakeholder engagement meeting held in Lira City, participants especially women cited the lack of information among community members and the high cost incurred during land survey as major challenges affecting land titling in their areas.
08:17
08:17

Somalia Fully Integerated into EAC amidst Calls for A Regional Currency 1

“All partner states contribute equally, and so far the contribution per state is 7.3 Million dollars towards the main EAC Budget, and then 1.1 million to fund the IUCEA and the East African Community Civil Aviation Safety and Security Oversight Agency (CASSOA) bring the total contribution per member to 8.4 million,” he said.
11:52
11:52

UNRA Starts Repairs on Flooded Sinyanya- Adjumani Road Section 1 1

Allan Ssempebwa, the Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) communications Officer explains that they expect the works to be complete by the end of next week, such that the suspended Obongi-Sinyanya Ferry can resume normal operations.