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18:11
18:11

Karamoja Hunger Deaths: Civil Society Warns of "Social Disruptions" 6

Jane Nalunga, the Executive Director of trade rights group SEATINI – Uganda says with proper resources allocation the country’s agriculture sector would now be producing enough food to even take advantage of the global food crisis caused by the conflict in Europe.
21:16
21:16

EU, World Bank Partner to Support Customary Land Reforms 4

This support will enhance security of land rights by consolidating the demarcation and documentation of individually and communally owned customary lands, according to the EU Head of Delegation to Uganda, Attilio Pacifici. Secretary to the Treasury, Ramathan Ggoobi said if Uganda is to transform from a consumer to a commercial economy, it cannot afford to practice the current land systems that cannot even guarantee a ban credit to the owners.
06:43
06:43

Joint Initiative Launched to Promote Peace

Peter Munene, the Faith to Action Network CEO, says that is implementing JISRA with the following 6 implementing partners; Western Uganda FBOs Network (WUFBON); Muslim Centre for Justice & Law (MCJL); Acholi Religious Leaders Peace Initiative (ARLPI); Teso Religious Leaders Efforts for Peace and Reconciliation (TERELEPAR); Uganda Joint Christian Council (UJCC); Church of Uganda Teso Diocese Planning and Development Office (COU-TEDDO).
21:46
21:46

Former Fighters against Lakwena Petition Kadaga over Compensation LRA 1 3

A section of Ugandans who battled rebel leader Alice Lakwena have petitioned the Speaker of Parliament over delayed compensation for their role in stopping the rebel.
19:55
19:55

Floods Spread To New Areas 1 4 Top story

Lillian Nkwenge, the Spokesperson Uganda National Meteorological Authority, says farmers should move to raised lands to prevent their crops being swept away by floods as has been experienced in some districts.
13:05
13:05

Pictorial: NAADS Support to UpCountry Farmers Top story

In Gulu district, Members of Gulu Women Diary Cooperatives are heartbroken after a 3,000-liter Milk Cooler procured by NAADS became idle due to the breakdown in the Pasteurizer that should power the cooler. The farmers are struggling to get the plant working again.
17:32
17:32

20,000 Affected as Uganda Restricts Open Door Refugee Policy 3 1

Engineer Hilary Onek, the Minister for Disaster Preparedness, Refugees and Relief says all asylum seekers will now be processed for refugees’ status on a case by case basis as opposed to the previous mass admissions into the various settlements.
12:49
12:49

Severe Food Crisis Looms Over Karamoja 1 4

The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) and the USAID funded Famine Early Warning System Network (FEWSNET) says the food crisis will affect Kaabong, Nakapiripirit, Moroto, Kotido and Napak. It will be triggered by below average seasonal harvests.
14:53
14:53

Celebrate a Forgotten Martyr in Mama Mary Luwum - Archbishop Ntagali 1

He said celebrating the life of Mama Mary Luwum is a continuation of the celebrated of the forgotten martyr, St. Janani Luwum who served as the second Archbishop of Kampala Diocese and the third Archbishop of Uganda.
16:25
16:25

Gov't Commits an Additional UGX 53billion to Atiak Sugarcane Out Growers atiak sugar factory 2

The money to be disbursed through the National Agricultural Advisory Services (NAADS) over the next four years will be used for procuring inputs, opening land and access roads in the plantation, planting and field management of 15,000 acres of a sugar estate in Lamwo.
15:52
15:52

Gov't Takes Over Mary Luwum Funeral Arrangement 4 1

Mary Luwum, who passed on yesterday after a battle with cancer, will be laid to rest in Kitgum district next week, Thursday, August 15. The relatives, together with the government resolved that the deceased will be buried in Wii Gweng village, Mucwini Sub County, Kitgum district, the final resting place of her late husband, Janani Luwum.
20:43
20:43

Archbishop Janani Luwum's Widow Succumbs to Cancer Church of Uganda 1

McLeod Baker Ochola, the former Bishop of Kitgum Diocese, says Mary Luwum will be missed for her great love for the Church, family and the country. He says Mary Luwum taught the nation the true values of perseverance
12:32
12:32

Gulu Archdiocese Choir Finalizes Martyrs Day Package 2 3

The group comprising more than 300 people is rehearsing songs composed in the various ethnic languages of Uganda. Some of the songs are in Ateso, Karamojong, Luganda, English and Luo, a package that is intended to connect with the millions of pilgrims that are expected in Namugongo for the annual celebrations on June 3.
11:37
11:37

Gulu Pilgrims Share Delight as they Enter Kampala 1

The joyful pilgrims are riding on the beat of the pilgrimage to stroke the streets with their feet in jerking dance movement. From the traditional Lakubukubu tunes to deep spiritual worships, the journey is memorable all the way.
07:02
07:02

Gov't Restricts Gulu Foot Pilgrims From Accessing City Center 1 1

The committee wants the pilgrims to march through the city center on their final day of the 13 days walk of faith later today. However, government is opposed to the proposal; saying allowing the more than 330 pilgrims to march through the town center for several hours will paralyze traffic and discomfort city dwellers and workers.
14:13
14:13

Gulu Clan Mourns Village's Oldest with Tree Planting Project 1

Sarafino Ojara, the head catechist at Awach Assumption parish eulogized the oldest man in Ludera can as a beacon of peace, which held the clan fabric together through the difficult times of the rebel Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) conflict.
12:51
12:51

Gov't Orders Apaa Residents to Vacate Disputed Land Apaa land dispute Top story

The position offers financial and material support to all households living in the area stating that they must vacate the area for wildlife conservation.
20:02
20:02

Netherlands Gives UGX 168bn to Increase Food Security 1 3

In Acholi, Lango and West Nile, the project is targeting Simsim and Soy beans value chain while in Eastern Uganda, it will support farmers involved in Soy beans production in the Mbale area. Under the project, seed producers are required to drought tolerant seeds accessible to farmers.
19:40
19:40

Gender Ministry Embarks on Drive to Resettle Street Children 1 3

The exercise that begun in Kampala will soon be launched in the areas of Jinja, Iganga, Busia, Mbale, Tororo and Soroti, which host a large population of street children. So far, 70 children and two adults, picked from the areas of Makerere and Jinja road, have been taken to Kampiringisa Rehabilitation Centre.
12:07
12:07

Joy, Sadness Over Transfer Of Nebbi Bishop To Lira 1

Reading the sombre mood, Odama, also the Archbishop of Gulu Ecclesiastical Province, quickly quipped that he appreciates that the transfer of Bishop Wanok is painful for the clergy, the laity and even himself, emphasizing that that in the Catholic Church a bishop can serve anywhere.
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