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EU-UNICEF Project to Register Children in 8 Countries birth cirtificates

A project six-million-Euro project that will register mandatory children born in eight countries across Africa, Asia and the Pacific, was announced on Thursday in Brussels. The European Union—UNICEF project, announced by United Kingdom Development Commissioner, Andris Piebalgs, seeks to ensure that millions more people can enjoy access to healthcare, attend school and vote in elections for the first time.
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Residents Threaten to Resort to Mob Justice lubirizi district 2 1

They accuse police authorities in the area of messing up capital cases such as murder, rape and defilement.
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Mayuge Residents Decry Tough Forest By Laws 2003 forest act 3

They claim that the tight enforcement of the by-laws against accessing the reserve has taken a toll on their survival.
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Jie Elders Recover Stolen Cattle matheniko 1

Moroto local leaders on Friday handed over 20 animals recovered from the Matheniko rustlers to the Jie elders, ending two weeks of camping at the district headquarters. The animals were recovered from the kraals in Loputuk village, Nadunget Sub County, where they were hidden for over six months.
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Mirundi Pays PS Muganzi UGX 150M for Defamation charles muganzi

Presidential Press Secretary Tamale Mirundi has paid 150 million shillings to the Ministry of Works Permanent Secretary, Charles Muganzi, as an out-of-court settlement of a defamation case filed by the latter.
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600 Congolese Soldiers Flee to Uganda fighting in congo 1

More than 600 Congolese government soldiers have fled into Uganda through Bunagana border post after serious fighting with the rebels. Congolese government forces have for the last three months been battling rebels loyal to renegade soldiers, Colonels Bosco Ntaganda and Makenga.
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Govt To Establish IDP Camp For Bududa Landslides Victims musa ecweru 3

Government has disclosed that it will relocate the more than 600 survivors of the recent landslides in Bulucheke Sub County, Bududa district, to an Internally Displaced People’s Camp.
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Kigezi Diary farmers Complain of Maladministration 1

Kigezi Dairy Farmers’ Cooperative was started in 1969 to help dairy farmers to market their milk at better prices and provide them services to boost their production capacity.
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11:46

First Health Centre III Excites Locals In Migyera health centres

The construction of a Heath Centre Three in Migyera town council, Nakasongola district, has excited local residents who expressed optimism of accessing better medical services. St. Francis Migyera Health Unit was on Thursday commissioned by the Catholic Bishop of Kasana-Luweero diocese, Right Reverend Paul Ssemwogerere.
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Muslims Petition IGP Over Negligence

The victims have now petitioned Kale Kayihura, the Inspector General of Police accusing the top leadership of Lira Police of negligence and bias.
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10:42

MUK Student Wants More Money From Crane Bank hunger strike 1

Makerere University student Ibrahim Bagaya returns to Crane Bank head office in Kampala later today, a day after he camped there to protest failure by the bank to pay 800,000 shillings.
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Mulago Computerizes Drug Monitoring to Deal with Stock-Outs drug stock-outs 3

The hospital facility stocks about 1700 items, including drugs and other supplies like syringes and gloves in its central pharmacy. All these used to be monitored manually and recorded in books. According to David Nuwamanya, the Assistant Commissioner for the hospital, only a few people used to know the records of these items.
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Jinja to Implement By-Law on Public Health latrines 2

Homesteads in Jinja who fail to abide by public health communal regulations are to face a jail sentence of three months and a fine of thirty thousand shillings, as the district council resolves to implement a by -law passed in 2005.
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Tension Mounts over Proposed Sale of Arua Muslim Land

It is alleged that Arua municipality proposed to allocate the land to another developer following the failure by the Muslims to renew their lease that expired two years ago.
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Acute Water Shortage Hits Bugiri Town Council bugiri district

A 20-litre jerrycan of water costs 1000 shillings, which residents say is too expensive for them. The most affected people are those living in Bugiri town council and the patients at Bugiri hospital. Some move for long distances to fetch water from wet lands since they cannot pay 1000 shillings for 20 litres of water.
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Kenya's Citizen Radio Enters Ugandan Market ugandan media

Leading Kenyan media group, the Royal Media Services (RMS), which owns the popular Citizen Radio and Television stations, is making inroads into the Ugandan media industry by acquiring stakes in the Voice Media Group owned by Soroti MP Mike Mukula. Voice Group runs Soroti-based Voice of Teso, one of the oldest FM stations in Uganda and Jinja-based Voice of Busoga.
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Govt Wants Fresh Verification of Acholi War Debt Claimants lra war victims

Government has ordered for a fresh verification of members of Acholi War Debt Claimants who are to be compensated. A group of 20,000 war debt claimants are due to be compensated by government for property that they lost during the Lord’s Resistance Army-LRA insurgency in northern Uganda.
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