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18:13
18:13

Archbishop Ntagali Decries GBV, Teenage Pregnancies in West Nile 1 4

Speaking during his farewell tour of Madi West Nile Diocese, Arch Bishop Ntagali noted that cases of GBV and Teenage Pregnancies have continued to increase and called on Christians, the Church and political to collectively fight the vice.
16:14
16:14

Pentecostal Churches Launch Campaign against GBV in Arua 2 3

According to police records, up to five cases of Gender Based Violence are recorded in Arua district on a daily basis. Majority of the victims are women. Key factors contributing to Gender-Based Violence include alcoholism, poverty and power imbalances between men and women.
09:46
09:46

Onduparaka FC Signs Football for Peace Partnership with AVSI 1 2

The partnership between Association of Volunteers in International Service - AVSI an Italian NGO working for talent development in 39 Countries in the World and Onduparaka FC will target young refugees and communities leaving in Omugo and Palabek Ogili refugee camps in Arua and Lamwo districts respectively.
11:07
11:07

West Nile Leaders Demand Enforcement of Minimum Wage to Protect Plantation Workers 2

Suilaiman Onduma, the Speaker Arua District Local government says there is need for government to take deliberate efforts to empower the unskilled labor force through training.
14:52
14:52

Priests Decline to Bury Members of Banished Families

The deceased Primo Bilia, 75, who died on Monday and Willy Asea, 30, who died on Tuesday, were both members of Andruvu clan, in Pokea Parish Pajulu Sub County. But David Maliyamungu, the spokesperson of the three clans says that the Church had sent a statement indicating that the priests could not be involved in the sendoff of people who had rejected the Church in life.
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