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10:09
10:09

Five Most Wanted Suspected Livestock Thieves Arrested in Kyenjojo 1

According to Twesigye, preliminary investigations show that the five suspects whose names have been withheld have been stealing livestock especially cows, goats and pigs from Kyegegwa and Kyenjojo districts.
20:36
20:36

360 Families Threatened with Eviction from Land in Kyenjojo Apollo Bwebale 2

The residents recall that their predicament started on April 8, 2020, when panga-wielding men stormed the area and started destroying all crop gardens. But upon inquiry, they say, the men told them that they had been sent by one Enock Kibamu to raze the gardens on the land, whose ownership he claims.
10:27
10:27

Late Release of Funds Affecting Food Security Project in Kyenjojo World Bank 2 1

In Kyenjojo district, the benefiting primary schools say the money for buying inputs like seedlings and seeds is released late.
17:00
17:00

Tea Farmers Want Subsidies on Fertilizers patrick siisa 2

The farmers argue that they are unable to get better yields and better prices due to the high cost of fertilizers. Some tea factories purchase a bag containing 50 kilograms of Nitrogen Phosphate Potassium - NPK fertilizers at a cost raging between 130,000 and 150,000 Shillings.
17:00
17:00

Local Government SMS Platform Fails to Deliver local leaders 3

The SMS platform, launched in 2014 by Kyenjojo Integrated Initiative and Kyaka Association for CBOs, was designed to enable citizens in Kyenjojo and Kyegegwa districts relate with their elected leaders through communication.
15:13
15:13

EC Officials Take to the Airwaves to Convince Electorate to Vote low voter turn up 1 1

Electoral Commission officials led by Barbara Mulimbira, the Kyenjojo district registrar and Margaret Kugonza, the registrar Kyegegwa, went to Kyenjojo FM and Kyenjojo Development radio in Kyenjojo town at around 1pm to encourage voters to participate in the elections following a low voter turnout.
07:12
07:12

Land Fragmentation Threatens Food Security In Kyenjojo 2

Some farmers have resorted to growing lesser quantities of food that fit on the available pieces of land, while others are spending too much money to rent huge chunks of land.
09:28
09:28

HIV/AIDS Patients Form Network to Monitor Supply of ARVs 2

After the drugs are delivered to the various health facilities, the informants notify the patients to go to the facilities for the drugs.
05:17
05:17

Farmers Embrace Production Ordinance, Boosts Banana Production banana farmers 1

Farmers in Kyenjojo have embraced the production ordinance passed last year and it has boosted production of bananas in the district.
09:24
09:24

Scarcity of Land Affecting Food Production luke onzima 2

The scarcity of land for food production has forced some farmers to encroach on central forest reserves.
07:38
07:38

Kyenjojo Farmers Construct Bridge 1 1

Residents in Kigoyera and Kaswa parishes in Kyarusozi Sub County, Kyenjojo district have constructed a bridge to ease transportation of agricultural produce. The Kigoyera-Kaswa Community Bridge on River Muzizi links Kigoyera and Kaswa to Kibaale District. Residents acted after Kyenjojo district local government failed to construct the bridge, despite several pleas from the locals.
17:56
17:56

High Population Causing Scarcity Of Agricultural Land In Kyenjojo population growth 1

High population growth in Kyenjojo district is causing scarcity of agricultural land, farmers say. Tea and maize are the major crops grown in the district but farmers are facing difficulties growing the crops on a large scale because of the scarcity of land.
16:40
16:40

Lack of Extension Workers affects Farming activities in Kyenjojo 2

The lack of extension workers in Kyenjojo is affecting farmers in the district.
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