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18:25
18:25

CSOs Ask Gov't to Allocate Funds for GBV Prevention in COVID-19 Response Plan UGANET 2 1

The Coalition is calling upon the Justice Law and order sector (JLOS) to prioritize and allocate funds for violence against women prevention during and after the COVID-19 pandemic and ensure that they are deemed essential and accessible at all times.
11:31
11:31

Adjumani Flood Victims Starving

Early this month River Tete burst its banks and displaced residents in the two parishes of Arasi and Elegu, Arinyapi sub-county in Adjumani district. The floods destroyed food crops that were ready for harvest, carried away heads of cattle and submerged several grass-thatched houses.
10:57
10:57

Access to Health Centers in Gulu Hindered by Poor Roads Paicho sub county 1

Last month, fast-flowing rainwater washed away a bridge on Amalaac stream linking the communities Amalaac and Te Got Atoo to Te Got Atoo Health Center II four months ago.
20:15
20:15

Boda-Boda Rider Knocks Dead Police Officer Stopping Him Past Curfew. 1

Kampala Metropolitan Deputy Spokesperson Luke Owoyesigyire has identified the deceased officer as No. 50415 Police Constable, Okwera Opobo Jacob, 34

Slideshow

04:49
04:49

Pictorial; Kampala City Deserted as Protests Persist

Uganda Radio Network has taken a tour around the city, covering shops, arcades and malls both in the Central Business District and in the suburbs many of which remained closed, and now brings you the pictures.

Business and finance

17:23
17:23

Soldiers Learn Railway Sleeper Making to Support Standard Gauge Railway Construction 2 1

The rails are made out of metals, iron bars and concrete. According to Asiimwe the government needs 110 dollars to buy one bar from abroad but a locally manufactured rail can cost 47 dollars. Each kilometer of a railroad takes about 1660 sleepers.
11:15
11:15

Ntoroko Traders Close Shops Ahead of Kyagulanyi's Campaigns 1

Police officers, who are majorly along the Ntoroko-Bundibuyo highway, are indiscriminately asking the people to clear the road and the places in its vicinity.
18:31
18:31

UNBS to Close Fuel Stations Violating Quality Measures fuel adulteration 1 3

Peter Kitimbo, the Head of the Fuel Testing Laboratory at the UNBS says however, that some stations usually continue with the practice soon after the seals are removed from their pumps, and adds that such will be closed down.
17:53
17:53

LCs Arrested With Stolen Solar Panels The World Bank 2

According to Oceng, upon a search, they found 6 solar panels in the house of Onung, an LCIII councilor, 3 panels in the house of Okot, chairperson of business community and 1 panel in the house of Loum, the LCI chairperson.

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