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Food crisis Worsens Among Refugees in Uganda As Drought Takes Toll 4 1

Uganda has experienced one of the worst droughts this year, greatly affecting all agricultural activities and output. Refugees who ventured into agriculture to supplement the food ration they receive while in the settlements were equally not spared, a situation that has since triggered a dire food crisis.
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Oil Spill Plan Ready As Companies Plan Drilling in Albertine 1 Top story

According to the National Oil Spills Contingency plan, licensed companies will be required to clean up the damage as well as pay compensation to damaged entities and affected communities.
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Revisiting Nametsi 10-Years After Landslides Godfrey Watenga 3 2 Top story

Our reporter visited Namesti Sub County over the weekend to see how the area looks like ten years after the disaster, considered to be worst in Bugisu region. The shadows of the agony caused by the disaster still linger in the lives of many landslide survivors.
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UACE Exams: UNEB Withholds Results of 120 Candidates Executive Secretary 1 Top story

According to Odongo, the highest cases of malpractice were registered in Science subjects. "The most common forms of examination breached have been external assistance, substitution of scripts, smuggling of unauthorized material into the examination room and impersonation," Odongo said.
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Delayed Relocation of Landslide Victims Angers Bududa District Leaders Moses Ali 5 2 Top story

Nambeshe however, says the Office of the Prime Minister abandoned the plan and procured land in Bunambutye Sub County in Bulambuli district to construct houses for the resettlement of the landslide victims.
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70% Ugandans Can’t Access Government Information -Twaweza Report district 4 4

With 62 civil servants interviewed from national level and across five districts, the study conducted between December 2018 to March 2019 indicate that majority of public servants (both elected and appointed) have limited knowledge of the law.
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South Sudanese Refugee Population In Lamwo Hits 53,000 Lamwo District 2

Lamwo LC V Chairperson, John Komakech Ogwok has tasked UNHCR and OPM to step up their efforts in ensuring that service delivery in major sectors like health and education is maintained.
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Residents in Fear as Floods Wreak Havoc in Kabarole Richard Rwabuhinga 3 1

Sam Mugume, another resident says water entered his shop and destroyed most of the goods that were on the floor like Cassava flour, wheat, books, rice and sugar among others.
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07:13

30,000 Guns Finger Printed Uganda Police Force 2

The nation-wide on-going exercise has according to Kania finger printed 29,916 guns from Uganda Police Force, 1,204 from the Uganda Prisons Services, 911 from Private Security Organisation and 149 guns that individual privately licensed.
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