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Sep 2023 7 results
17:40
17:40

Commonwealth Chief Attends Africa Climate Summit CHOGM 1

During the mission, the Secretary-General will also hold a dialogue with environment and climate ministers from across the Africa region.
17:11
17:11

Africa Climate Summit Opens in Nairobi PACJA 5 1 Top story

The organizers hope that this time around, they will come up with strategies for attracting climate finance to Africa rather than present Africa as a victim of floods, drought, and famine.
13:29
13:29

Water Crisis in Luwero Town Council Blamed on Intermittent Power Supply Umeme 1

With the taps running dry, some individuals have resorted to purchasing water from vendors who draw it from boreholes. However, this increased demand has also led to a surge in prices, with the cost of a 20-litre jerry can rising from Shillings 500 to 1,000.
10:19
10:19

Napak Residents Cry out for Food Aid after Crop Failure farmers in Napak 5 2 Top story

Asunta Napeyok, a farmer in Longaroi village, Lotome Sub County explained that when the rains started, they planted a lot of crops with hopes of getting a good harvest all in vain due to the harsh weather. The communities now burn charcoal and cut firewood to exchange with local brew residue as food since they cannot afford the food sold from the market.
09:19
09:19

Diaspora Community Saga; Media Council Summons Eight Media Outlets

In an August 28, 2023 letter signed by the UMC Secretary, editors from New Vision Printing and Publishing Company, as well as online channels including Entebbe Post, Nation Times, PML Daily, Ultimate News, Daily Express, Red Pepper Online Newspaper, and The Onion, have been summoned to appear before the disciplinary committee on September 19th to address ethical concerns related to complaints filed against them.
09:02
09:02

Give Directly Grant Cash Restores Hope in Nakapiripirit Nakapiripirit DLG 3 1

Samuel Nangiro, 32, with five wives, combined the donation of Shillings 2,380,000 from each of the 5 wives given by Give directly and bought a car. He says an amount totaling Shillings 11,900,000 was used for buying a car that is now generating Shillings 80,000 per day in the transport business.
08:31
08:31

Climate Change: Experts on Why Farmers Shouldn’t Kill Anthills 1 8

According to Opiyo, litter decomposition is mainly performed by soil microorganisms in situations of adequate rainfall. However, because of the erratic rain, the termites, which are housed by the anthills are actively taking up the role of the other micro-organisms to decompose plants and plant wastes to form soil.
Sep 2023 7 results