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12:11
12:11

Floods Cut Off Two Parishes in Amolatar 1 5 Top story

Richard Odur, a resident of Abino A village in Muchora parish explains that living on the island is now a big challenge because there is only a small portion of land to dig and attending to medical emergencies is a great challenge.
11:04
11:04

Pictorial: Floods Destroy Road Network in Amolatar 16 Top story

Geoffrey Ocen, the District LCV chairperson says over 65% of the entire road network in the district is cut off.
10:50
10:50

Over 65% of Amolatar’s Road Network Ravaged by floods Lake Kyoga 6 1 Top story

Geoffrey Ocen, the District LCV chairperson says over 65% of the entire road network in the district has been affected by the floods. Adding that their attempts to fix it has been futile since the water levels keeps rising.
12:15
12:15

Pictorial: Flash Floods Displace Thousands in Amolatar 15

The floods have submerged several kilometres of the district’s land and roads, disconnecting a number of communities. Crop gardens that had initially survived the drought are now submerged.
06:51
06:51

Floods Displace Thousands in Amolatar District roads cut off 6 1

Alfred Ebong, a resident of Ocamolum parish says he almost lost his 4-year-old son when he failed to get to the health center due to the floods. Adding that he resorted to treating the child with local herbs for three days before the canoe became operational to cross to the other side.
07:59
07:59

Strange Skin Disease Outbreak Reported in Amolatar District Ministry of Health 2

According to the affected residents, their attempts to find a solution have been futile since the available skin ointment hasn’t helped.
12:08
12:08

Strange Skin Disease Causes Panic Among Amolatar District Residents 1 3

The disease has affected at least 10 households from two villages in Akongomit parish. A total of 18 children, the youngest being 6 months and 3 adults in Alongotidi village have presented with systems similar to scabies while another case has been reported in a neighbouring village of Oturulakodal.
19:10
19:10

Fishermen in Amolatar Decry Low Fish Catch 1 4

Despite the growth in the number and sizes of fish in the lake, most of the fishermen in Kampala landing site are still registering very low fish catch that has left them stranded.
13:44
13:44

Floods Ravage Nine Sub Counties in Amolatar 6 1

The most affected sub-counties are Namusale, Awelu, Etam, Agikdak, Akwon, Muntu, Awingiri, Nalibwoyo, and Opali. The floods have submerged several homes, pit latrines and crop gardens leaving residents with nowhere to turn for help.
12:59
12:59

Amolatar Leaders Decry Being Sidelined in Enforcement of Fishing Ban 6

Currently, a 28 feet recommended boat size is being built by Kyalimba Construction Company at Bangaladesh landing site in Namasale sub county. 56 out of the 846 boats expected for the start are already furnished.
17:26
17:26

Kyoga Ferry Services Suspended as Water Submerges Docking Area 3

MV Kyoga 1 currently grounded due to high level of water that has submerged the docking area at Namasale point while MV Kyoga 2 has developed mechanical problems which has deterred it from operating.
11:46
11:46

Inter-Districts Forum Halts Fishing on Lake Kyoga UPDF Marines 1 3

This is the first time the district authorities of areas surrounding Lake Kyoga are suspending ultimate use of the water body.
10:54
10:54

Amolatar Resumes Indoor Residual Spray

Patrick Obala, head of the Village Health Team in Atero and Atomoro parishes in Awelo Sub County says more than 500 houses are to be sprayed.
09:17
09:17

UPDF Presence on Lake Kyoga Contested 3

The group of about 100 soldiers was deployed along Lake Kyoga and Kwania from the 5th division to boost security operations against illegal fishing practices. Such operations were initially conducted by police, marine squad with the backing of the fisheries departments, beach management units and task force.
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