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4500 Turkana Pastoralists Enter Uganda karamoja sub region 1 1 Top story

The herdsmen fled their drought-stricken region to rescue their animals from starvation after more than a year without a single drop of rain.
12:27
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Elusive Rain Delays Planting of Crops in Karamoja karamoja sub region 1

Mary Nachap, a peasant in Natumukasikou village Moroto district says the food shortage in several families there is likely to worsen this year.
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Turkana Pastoralists Expelled from Kaabong kaabong district 2 1

The pastoralists who migrated from Turkana, Kenya in 2010 due to chronic drought have been camping in Kalapata and Loyoro Sub Counties. The areas lie along the Uganda-Kenya border.
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Pastoralists Panic As Kobebe Dam Dries Up moroto district 2

Apaloris Loitakong, an elder in Moroto says Karamoja region didn’t receive sufficient rains last year, adding that, the situation has been worsened by the huge influx of Turkana pastoralists searching for water.
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General Katumba Wamala: UPDF in South Sudan to Prevent Genocide uganda government 1 4 Top story

On renegade General David Sejusa, Katumba says Sejusa took a personal decision that has no reflection on the UPDF. He says the UPDF remains united behind their commander-in-chief President Yoweri Museveni.
16:44
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Kenya Home Guards Kill Karimojong Rustlers lokiriama location 2 1 Top story

The incident occurred on Sunday evening at LorengIkipi village-Lokiriama Location inside Kenya, 30 kilometers from the Uganda-Kenya border.
14:57
14:57

LDU Arrested For Selling Firearm in Kotido illegal sale

No. AX 001129 Pte. Simon Peter Dengel a fortnight ago allegedly sold his gun no. 84MP5717 with 30 rounds for shs 700,000. The suspect is attached to the LDU detachment in Kotido district.
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Uganda Loses UGX 1.8 Trillion Due to Poor Nutrition malnutrition

Uganda loses 1.8 trillion shillings in a single year due to poor nutrition, according to a new study. Poor nutrition translates to higher risk for anemia, diarrhea, and respiratory infections among children under five and high costs of medical care, while in older citizens it contributes to poor performance in school, and later, reduced capacity in the labour market.
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Experts: A Quality Population for Africa Is Possible skills development 3

But demographers and economists say that this can only happen when deliberate work is done to improve health care, education and focusing on job creation to lower unemployment.
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12:40

AU To Establish Minerals Development Centre mines

The African Union Commission (AUC) and Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) are to establish an African Mineral Development Centre, to work towards harnessing the natural resources potential to contribute to Africa’s industrialization.
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UN, African Union Urge Governments to Put Emphasis on Functional Education 2

The African Union is urging governments to emphasize functional education, through revising education systems, and focusing on vocational and technical programs.
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