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Lack of Ambulance Service in Nebbi Hindering Referral of Covid-19 Patients

12 Jun 2021 · Nebbi General Hospital currently relies on the local government vehicles including that of the LCV Chairman and Resident District Commissioner to refer Covid19 patients to Arua regional referral hospital.

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Lack of Ambulance Service in Nebbi Hindering Referral of Covid-19 Patients 2 3

Nebbi General Hospital currently relies on the local government vehicles including that of the LCV Chairman and Resident District Commissioner to refer Covid19 patients to Arua regional referral hospital.
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Under Funding Of Local Gov'ts Undermining Decentralisation Policy-Experts Budget 4

According to the planned expenditure, 82% of the budget will be managed by the central government, while local governments get 16%, which the experts say is too little to enable local governments operate effectively.
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Masaka in Oxygen Crisis as Production Plant Breaks Down 1 2

The crisis has caused panic among health authorities not only at the regional referral but also in other hospitals and health units that depend on the plant for oxygen. The breakdown comes amidst an increase in hospital admissions for Coronavirus Disease (COVID19) patients.
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Security Heightened at District Borders As Enforcement of Travel Ban Kicks off 3 4

Hours after the travel ban came to effect, there has been the heavy deployment of armed police officers and Uganda People’s Defence Forces soldiers (UPDF) and the erection of roadblocks at various district boundaries across the country.
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Former Councilors in Arua Protest Over Unpaid Allowances 3 1

The councillors who converged at the former division offices claim the division owes them more than 15 Million Shillings which has accrued over eleven months.
10:42
10:42

Teacher Shortage Hits Pader District syllabus 1 1

The district with 117 primary schools and a population of over 45,000 learners have only 831 teachers with each school having an average of four to seven teachers.
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Mbale City Suffers UGX 2B Revenue Shortfall as Financial Year Ends 3

The council's financial officer Richard Mabala explains that the shortfall in the revenue collections was mainly caused by the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. He says that the city was not able to collect revenue as anticipated at a time when businesses were closed, and the level of activity was suffocated.