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07:36
07:36

Omoro Links Schools To Health Facilities To Ease COVID-19 Fight School Reopening

Rev. Vincent Oceng Ocen, the Omoro District Education Officer told Uganda Radio Network in an interview over the weekend that they have linked 168 primary and secondary schools to 27 health facilities.
15:26
15:26

Construction of Opit Secondary School Stalls World Bank 2

The 556 Million Shillings project funded by the World Bank commenced on May 1st this year but later stalled after the contractor abandoned the site.
13:43
13:43

Omoro School Closed Over Violent Student's Strike

As a result, the School Management Committee and Omoro District Education authorities met on Monday to decide a way forward. The school headteacher, Stephen Okumu told this meeting that the meeting resolved to suspend the school programs for two weeks.
17:35
17:35

10-Year-Old Boy in Gulu Seeks UGX 5M for Kidney Cancer Treatment 2 1

Medical recommendations from Lacor and Gulu Regional Referral Hospital require five million shillings for treating the patient at Mulago. However, the family cannot afford it and the mother is crying out to well-wishers to come to her rescue.
13:08
13:08

Omoro District Council Passes Education Ordinance 1 1

Richard Otika, the Councilor 5 for Ongako Sub –County and the Chairperson for Social Services Committee revealed that the main objective of the ordinance is to ensure that all children of school-going age in the district are enrolled in school, stay in school and complete the education cycle.
23:44
23:44

Water Shortage Hampers Reopening of Schools in Omoro 1 3

The affected schools include ten Government aided Primary Schools and a privately owned Secondary School. They are Wii-Aceng Primary School in, Loyo Awic Primary School, Lubangaber Primary School, Lakwana Primary School and Graceland Girls' Secondary School.
12:32
12:32

Omoro District Moves COVID-19 Quarantine Center To Don Bosco Atede Secondary School

According to Okello who heads the resource mobilization committee, they opted for Don Bosco Atede because they have the facilities needed by the health department and also do not have any candidates who are easting examinations this year.
16:08
16:08

Impassable Roads, Substituted Papers Delay PLE in Amuru and Omoro

Christopher Ocan, the Amuru District Inspector of Schools, says two vehicles dispatched to deliver the exams in Layima and Opiji Primary Schools were blocked by a truck that got stuck on the road between Lamogi and Guruguru Sub-Counties in Amuru district.
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