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12:05
12:05

Acholi Sub-region Gets UGX 4B for Construction of Health Facilities 4 1

The construction and rehabilitation will be undertaken by the Health Ministry through the Belgian Development agency, Enabel with funding from USAID.
13:53
13:53

Nwoya Gets 4,000 Rabies Vaccines Rabies Vacine 1

Nwoya District is endemic to rabies but hadn’t had mass vaccination against rabies, a viral disease of mammals usually transmitted through the bite of an infected animal for the last four years.
14:29
14:29

MAAIF Runs Out of FMD Vaccines Amidst Increasing Demand Nwoya District 4 1 Top story

Dr. Rose Anna Ademun, the Commissioner of Animal Health at the Ministry of Agriculture Animal Industry and Fisheries, says that the government is unable to carry out mass vaccination of livestock in the country due to lack of vaccines.
07:42
07:42

Tsetse Flies Infestation Confirmed in Nwoya District 1

Justine Ajaji, the LC III Chairperson of Lii Sub County says the insects that farmers and residents started reporting the presence of the insects three weeks ago. He says they are currently registering famers whose kraals in his sub county have been affected by Nagana, which is caused by the insects.
16:52
16:52

Nwoya District Lacks PPEs for Grassroots Frontline COVID-19 Workers 1

Jennifer Acan, a VHT member from Lungai village says that several public places including markets are not observing the standard operating procedures and as VHTs they are supposed to go and sensitize people in such places but can’t easily do so due to lack of PPEs.
11:52
11:52

Police Identifies Missing Persons of Karuma Bridge Accident River Nile 1

They are Alex Ogwal, 35-year-old driver of the truck registration UAS 337M and resident of Lira City, and a pump attendant aged 21, all attached to Shine Energy Petrol Station.
08:27
08:27

Nwoya Football Club Sues Makerere Over False COVID -19 Results Makerere University 1

In its Civil Suit 04/2021 before Gulu High Court, Young Elephant FC wants the court to declare that Makerere University Laboratory was negligent in conducting the COVID -19 tests and order them to pay the cost of damage caused to the football club.
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