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Gov't Might Take Another 8 Years Before Registering All Ugandans 4 1 Top story

The projection has been made by the newly appointed National Identification and Registration Authority-NIRA Executive Director Rosemary Kisembo as she assumed her new office at the authority’s headquarters in Kololo.
10:03
10:03

First Kiira Motors Board of Directors Inaugurated 1

The board that includes eminent personalities will be charged with the promotion of local manufacturing of motor vehicles, establishment of an efficient, integrated, sustainable, safe and inclusive public transport system and promotion of environmentally friendly transport solutions.
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More Households in Kitgum District Turn to Solar Products-Report renewable energy 4 1

The report presented by the outgoing Kitgum District Chairperson Jackson Omona shows a total of 13,188 households were by the end of last year using off-grid solar products for lighting and other uses. It equally showed an increment of solar usage in the district by more than ten times from the 2,041 households surveyed in 2016 that were found to be using solar energy in rural and urban areas.
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UNRA Faulted For Delayed Replacement of Broken Culvert In Agago 1 2

A section of culverts that had been installed at a swamp in Abone village, Lira Palwo Sub county collapsed about three months ago but no major repair works have been undertaken by UNRA engineers.
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09:31

Newborn Screening Program for Sickle Cell Launched in Lira Hospital sickle cell disease 5

CONSA will combine newborn screening and early intervention using the standard of care regimen that includes routine immunization, folic acid administration and anti-bacterial prophylaxis among others.
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Women Entrepreneurs in Acholi Explore Internet Marketing to Expand Business online marketing 3 1

Gloria Barbara Adyero – the founder of Loremi Tours, a local travel agency notes that online marketing is an exciting new opportunity for the women in business to explore global markets in the comfort of their homes.
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Kotido Engineer in Trouble for Attempting to Illegally Take Grounded District Vehicles 1

Three grounded vehicles including one fuel tank were intercepted by Police in Kotido on Friday night as the they were being taken to Kampala.
17:48
17:48

Education Ministry Allows Student Teachers to Carry Phones 1 2

Over the years, possessing a mobile phone in teacher training institutions, more so PTCs, has been a crime that could lead to a suspension or expulsion of a student. College authorities have also been making a timely and abrupt check to ensure that student teachers are not hiding these gadgets anywhere.
15:03
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Specialists Decline Work at Gulu Hospital over Meager Pay Ministry of Health 1 2

Dr. David Tibamanya, the Principal Administrator of the Hospital told Uganda Radio Network in an interview that the hospital has failed to attract the consultants for over 10 years in search.
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Study Finds Malaria Parasites Protect Against Severe Forms of COVID-19 MOH 1 2

Findings from the studies show that 30.2 per cent of the patients who were not infected with malaria developed severe forms of COVID-19 with 3.8 percent succumbing to the disease.
10:34
10:34

Minister Issues Ultimatum for Encroachers to Vacate UBC Land in Arua 2 3

The minister issued the directive during a tour of government ICT facilities in Arua district and the City on Thursday, where he was told that over three acres of part of the titled land belonging to the government at Ombaci Satellite Station have been encroached on. The land is hosting the UBC West Nile Channel and BBC masts.
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IRS Reduces Malaria Prevalence in Lira by 15% Ministry Of Health 5 1 Top story

Geoffrey Ariko, the Lira District Bio-stat Officer, explains that malaria cases kept increasing throughout the year up to 33.7%. He, however, says that they recorded a sharp decline in Malaria cases between December 2020 and March 2021 following the implementation of IRS program in May 2020.
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10:54

Gov’t Urged to Tax Online Advertisers, Content Promoters and not Internet unwanted witness 2 1 Top story

Dorothy Mukasa, the Chief Executive Officer at Unwanted Witness Uganda explains that raising the cost of the internet through an additional tax is a slap in the face of digital innovators who can potentially create more revenue sources through creating employment.
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11:26

Internet Usage Significantly Increased In Last One Year-Report 5 1

Titled “The State of Digital Rights and Internet Users in Uganda”, the report shows that the number of internet users in Uganda drastically increased to 20 million by September 2020 from less than 18million a year before.
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NIRA Decries Old Equipment, Low Staffing 1 3 Top story

A team of NIRA officials, who met the Minister at their Eastern Regional Offices in Mbale City on Friday, said that they are struggling to operate with very old equipment procured over 10-years-ago.
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11:43

ICT Minister Inspects Communication Network At Busia One Stop Border 4 6

The minister told journalists that the interference in the communication network isn’t only bad for business but is also a security threat to the area. She promised to relay the challenges to the telecom regulator, the Uganda Communication Commission-UCC for quick intervention.
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Karamoja Aerial Survey Sensitization Flops: Only UPDF Trying 3 1

But in their sensitization, the soldiers sometimes fail to answer technical questions from the communities whose members are eager to know what the aerial survey will bring to their tables. The communities ask of their entitlements in the mining sector and why the planes are flying at lower altitude.
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Innovations Fund Receives UGX 30 Billion for Science Research 4 1

Prof. William Bazeyo confirmed the funding saying that the innovations targeted are those that address the National Development Plan (NDP 3) that was launched last year.
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Kwania, Alebtong Register Low Uptake of Covid-19 Vaccine Ministry of Health 1 3

Dr. Tonny Odung, the Alebtong District Health Officer blamed the poor uptake of the vaccine on people spreading negative information about the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine that is being used. He has asked the targeted frontline workers to disregard all the misinformation, saying the vaccine is safe.
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