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07:31
07:31

Uganda's National Risk and Vulnerability Atlas Launched 3 1

The atlas compiled with the assistance of the UNDP country office provides data on various disasters the country is facing indicating vulnerability of various communities and offering recommendations to enhance resilience of these communities.
15:15
15:15

95 Kilometers of Roads in Omoro District in Appalling State Uganda Road Funds 2

The most affected roads categorized with deep potholes, broken culverts and bridges include 14km Bobi-Wii Lacic, 14.9km Palenga to Ongako, 8km Bobi-Okwii to Lii Sub County in Nwoya district, 8km Walter Ochora road, 39km Acet-Loyo ajonga to Labora, 10km Bobi-Opaya to Hiima and 60-meter long Hiima bridge which connects Keto- Awor in Lakwana Sub County. Omoro district has a total of 303km roads under its management and 581 under the management of the various sub counties.
14:24
14:24

Residents Neighboring Mt. Elgon National Park Face Land Shortage Ahead of Planting Season 4 1

The residents argue that Mt Elgon National Park rangers have continued to beat and extort money from them whenever they go to their land to cultivate.
11:38
11:38

The Nile Threatened By Pollution Says Report 1 1 Top story

The new State of the Nile Basin Report 2020 released on Monday said localised high pollution is experienced mainly around urban centres.
07:28
07:28

Abera Irrigation Scheme Boosts Vegetable Farming in Gulu District Awach Sub County 1

The scheme located in Ayweri Village was constructed by the Ministry of Water and Environment to facilitate commercial farming among vulnerable households in Gulu district.
19:31
19:31

Expensive Fishing Equipment Lost in Fire Outbreak 2 1

Three fishing boats with 25 horse power engines and their fishing nets have this afternoon perished in a fire outbreak at Nkose Landing Site in Mazinga Sub County of Kalangala District
19:14
19:14

Shortage of Funds Hampers River Nile Investment Projects 3 1 Top story

Ministers and government technocrats from the ten Nile Basin countries raised concern that transboundary investments along the River Nile water resources have either stalled or not going on as planned because of a lack of financial resources. Water and Environment Ministry Permanent Secretary, Alfred Okot Okidi, speaking on behalf of Uganda said the investments would have ensured benefits like food production, energy generation and water security.
17:43
17:43

Floating Island Interrupts Business After Blocking Part of Lutoboka Landing Site 1 1

Residents at Lutoboka Landing site are worried about dangerous aquatic animals such as crocodiles and poisonous snakes that might have accompanied the island.
16:48
16:48

3D Printed Money-Identifier Excites Visually Impaired Persons 2 4

The money identifier is a wallet-size device made of only plastic. It has a pouch and cutting behind it, to help the user slot their money and pull it way down to the device, respectively, before folding it to determine its denomination. The front part of the device has six tactile lines, representing all the paper notes in Uganda. The lines were designedly drawn, such that if you fold a particular note, it ends on the line it was intended for.
16:40
16:40

UWA Starts Licensing Ugandans to Milk Snakes for Cash 3

Some of the requirements for one to open a snake farm include getting approval from their neighbors, having not less than two acres of land and ability to pay an annual fee that is yet to be set. Besides conservation of species that face extinction, the most compelling justification for snake farming is milking them for venom.
13:07
13:07

Bunambutye Resettlement Camp Houses Develop Cracks 3 4

The houses were constructed by the Office of the Prime Minister to relocate hundreds of households from the disaster-prone districts of Bududa, Manafwa, Sironko, Bulambuli, and Namisindwa. Each unit, sitting on one acre of land, has two bedrooms each, a sitting room and a kitchen.
16:27
16:27

Motorists Demand for Guard Rails at Apaa Bridge 1 1

The Apaa Bridge connects major roads that link Pabbo Sub-County to River Nile landing site; Puno-Dyang, Acholiber, Amuru Town Council, Layima, Pailyec in Amuru and neighboring Opuwa and Itirikwa Sub-Counties in Adjumani.
13:27
13:27

Drowned Woman's Body Retrieved from River Nyamwamba nyamwamba river 2 2

Karamahyi’s body was retrieved by residents from the river in Kanyangeya cell, Kasese municipality on Friday.
07:00
07:00

Landslide Kills Eight People in Buhweju District 1 1

The eight have been identified as, Kyogabirwe Jovita, 30, and her three children Timothy Tayebwa 12, Annah Nkarekaho, 6, and Akora Agnes, 8, months old. The others are Teopista Keminagano, 81, Busingye Specioza, 60, Shalon Ampiire, and Amanya Nkorenkabo who died shortly after admission at Bwizibwera Health Centre IV in Kashari.
16:08
16:08

Firewood Ban in Pallisa Town Council Meets Resistance 2

The authorities imposed a directive to stop firewood use in restaurant kitchens to reduce health related disease caused by smoke, and made the adoption of clean energy like biogas a condition to continue operating a restaurant
15:47
15:47

Local Leaders in Pader on the Spot for Fueling Destruction of Tree Species Pader District 2 1

Alfred Lam, the LCI Chairperson Pabit Village Alfred Lam says that some sub-county leaders illegally issue operating licenses for people in the charcoal business and trade.
12:46
12:46

NFA Struggles to Reclaim Land in Gulu, Amuru Districts 1

NFA has 98 hectares of land in Pece-Laroo division in Gulu City but 30 hectares of the portion of that located at Holy Rosary Sub Ward has been encroached on and occupied by over 2,000 residents.
11:24
11:24

Financial Constraints Hindering Garbage Collection in Lira City budget constraints 5 1

Residents in the city argue that failure to collect garbage and poor disposal has become a threat to their health and the environment and could expose them to hygiene-related diseases such as Diarrhoea, typhoid and cholera.
15:18
15:18

NFA Impounds 600 Bags of Charcoal in Gulu, Amuru 1 1

300 bags were impounded from the charcoal dealers` camp in Patiko Sub County in Gulu district on Tuesday evening. Another 300 bags were impounded on Monday evening from Apaa Junction in Pabbo Sub County Amuru district aboard a vehicle destined for Kampala but without movement permits.
14:05
14:05

Six Arrested in Crackdown on Illegal Loggers in Lamwo 1

Martin Abigaba, the Officer in Charge of Operations at Kitgum Central Police station told Uganda Radio Network in an interview Wednesday that the suspects were found destroying tree species indiscriminately in government forest reserves.
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