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12:07
12:07

Amuru District Seeks 7,000 Classroom Desks. Save the Children 2 1

Apollo Okello, the secretary for health, education and sports Amuru district, says the most affected learners by the inadequate facilities are those from primary one to primary four.
13:24
13:24

Damaged Latrines Put School's Re-opening In Balance Save the Children

According to Onen, they only have UGX 800,000 in their account to re-roof and renovate the two latrines and the teacher`s house which was housing two classroom teachers, yet they need at least 5 million for the work.
07:36
07:36

Amuru Youth Receive Produce Storage Facilities Save the Children 1 3

The storage facilities will reduce the exploitation by middlemen who buy produce from farmers at very low prices because they can store as they look for a better market.
10:54
10:54

Lack of Fuel Hinders Operations of COVID-19 Gulu Task Force Save the Children 2 1

Yoweri Idiba, the Gulu District Health Officer - DHO says on average; the task force needs a minimum of 80 liters of fuel every 24 hours or cash equivalent of one million shillings for the ambulances to respond to emergencies.
07:27
07:27

Nwoya Probe Commercial Farms Over Child Labour Nwoya District 1

Most of the commercial farms are owned by Indians and are found in Lungulu, Got Apwoyo and Latoro sub counties. Those implicated are Oola lolim farm, Fol farm, Amatheon Agri, Pinacle farm, Delight Uganda Limited, Vineyak Agro Farm Ltd and Rigil Agrotech Ltd among others.
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