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12:57
12:57

Poor Management of Medical Waste Irks Communities in Bukomansimbi 2 2

Joseph Sseruuma, a resident of Kasota village says a lot of medical waste that includes among others; cotton wool, gloves, syringes and needles, gauze pads, razor blades and other solid medical wastes are accumulating in swamps where they pose serious threats to residents. He says there are people who use the cover of darkness to dump waste in Kyojja swamp.
11:27
11:27

Drought Hits Hard Bukomansimbi Farmers 3 1 Top story

Muyingo had planted beans on three acres of land, which dried-up shortly after the seeds started germinated. The farmers say they expected the rains to increase in April, but to their disappointment the area has had nothing.
10:35
10:35

Bukomansimbi District to Get Piped Water water supply 5 1

Hadijja Nakyanzi, an elderly woman and resident of Kawoko trading center, says they are delighted with the project. She explains that she has been finding a lot of difficulty accessing water.
17:23
17:23

Storm Devastates Bukomansimbi Villages hailstorm 1

At least 200 families are without shelter after a devastating storm ripped through Butenga and Kibinge sub counties in Bukomansimbi district leaving a trail of destruction. The most affected villages are Kamanda, Kiryamenvi, Kagogo, Katoma, Bbale and Buligita.
10:46
10:46

Bukomansimbi Wetlands Vanish as Dry Spell Hits Farmers prolonged drought 2 1

The most affected wetlands are Kyogya, Nabajuzi, Nzizi, Katolerwa, Sserinya and Lukenke which have been taken over by farmers growing seasonal crops such as cabbages, tomatoes, onions, carrots, maize, beans, water melon and cocoyams.
12:24
12:24

Encroachers Reclaim 200 Acres of Land in Bukomansimbi Wetlands 1 3

Michael Kawoya, the Bukomansimbi District Environment Officer says their efforts to reclaim these wetlands have been hampered by National Environment Management Authority.
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