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15:46
15:46

Kaabong Reformed Warriors Still Waiting for Gov't Tractors Embrace peace 1 4

Simon Lokori, the chairperson of the Kaabong Reformed Warriors Association said that they were tasked to form groups for government finds it easy to support them.
17:16
17:16

Two Arrested for Selling OPM Iron Sheets in Nakapiripirit Reformed warriors 1 1

The suspects have been identified as Paskari Lochoro, a seller and Faizal Kabusera, the buyer were arrested on Friday at Nakapiripirit - Mbale taxi stage.
10:00
10:00

Reformed Karamojong Warriors Finally Receive Iron Sheets 1 5

Samuel Kalisa Bigirwa, the Chief Administrative Officer confirmed a receipt of 10686 iron sheets in the first phase to benefit 411 households. The iron sheets distribution exercise started on Thursday and it will run up to Sunday from the respective parishes. The Office of the Prime Minister launched the distribution of iron sheets on Thursday in Abim district and the exercise is expected to continue to other districts respectively. At least 28 members are targeted to benefit from the iron sheets in the first phase in the Abim town council.
08:40
08:40

Gov’t Identifies Exit Routes for “Balaalo” Cattle Keepers from Northern Uganda President Museveni 1

The State Minister for Northern Uganda Rehabilitation Grace Freedom Kwiyucwiny in a November 7 letter to all Resident District Commissioners (RDCs) in Lango, West Nile, and Acholi Subregion seen by this reporter noted that five major routes have been identified for the exit of the noncompliant cattle keepers.
08:28
08:28

PDM Can Help Uganda Achieve SDG Targets-UN Officials UN World Day 2023 5 1

Speaking at the 78th-anniversary celebration of the UN Day held for the first time in Gulu City, Namondo says the UN is very committed to supporting the program that intends to lift 39 percent of Ugandans into the money economy. She says the initiative is a big boost for the country towards achieving the SDGs by 2030.
09:25
09:25

Moroto Residents Using PDM Funds to Purchase Food Moroto leaders 1 3

Several families in Moroto district are on the verge of starvation due crop failure that resulted from the prolonged drought which destroyed over 10000 acres of land.
12:13
12:13

MP Appeals for More Aid for De-roofed Nakasongola School 1

In early September, a severe downpour accompanied by strong winds swept through the school, causing extensive damage. The initial impact of the storm was the complete removal of the roof from one of the classroom blocks.
11:11
11:11

WFP to Begin Rationing Food Relief to Refugee Households Based on Vulnerability funding shortfall 1

Marcus Prior, WFP Uganda Deputy Country Director, expressed the agency's commitment to invest in emergency support and long-term resilience projects to enable refugees to not only survive but also thrive.
14:52
14:52

MP Calls on Gov't to Aid 250 Homesteads Affected by Rainstorm Destruction Government 3

The heavy rainfall resulted in the destruction of hundreds of acres of food crops, including cassava, maize, bananas, and beans, among others. Additionally, numerous houses had their rooftops torn off by the forceful winds.
09:35
09:35

Use Dialogue to Settle Apaa Land Dispute-Archbishop Odama Apaa land conflict 1 5 Top story

Archbishop Odama says the decisions were reached before all the avenues of dialogue between the government, Acholi, and Madi leaders aimed at settling the disputes had been fully exhausted.
16:30
16:30

OPM Officials Accused of Holding Karamoja Bus Elders in karamoja 2 1

Simon Nangiro, the chairperson for Karamoja Elders Association, says that the bus was intended to transport them to peace meetings and the delayed delivery has frustrated their movements for peace dialogues.
13:13
13:13

Refugee Population Drops By 10,000 in Kiryandongo Settlement 1 2

Emmanuel Turyagenda, the Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement Commandant however told Uganda Radio Network in an interview that the recent verification exercise shows the population had dropped to 65,722 refugees.
10:50
10:50

Domestic Violence Drives South Sudan Refugee Women into Single Motherhood 1 6

Moureen Wagubi, the Executive Director of the Institute for Social Transformation (IST), a women’s right organization says food insecurity and poverty remains key challenges refugee women are facing that ends up resulting in GBV.
07:25
07:25

OPM Launches Handbook to Promote Accountability and Service Delivery in Karamoja moroto district 1 2

Speaking at the launch of the handbook at Moroto district headquarters, Pamela Kabahesi, the National Programme Coordinator Development Initiative for Northern Uganda, said the book was printed in Acholi, Langi, Ateso, and Ngakarimojong contains the laws and policies governing the functions of local government sand community participation in the decision making process.
12:25
12:25

Farmers in Acholi Tipped to Embrace Commercial Agriculture European Union 4

Kwiyucwiny says the majority of farmers in the district are still engaged in subsistence farming which hasn’t helped in alleviating the poverty condition in Acholi Sub-region.
11:22
11:22

Mother of Seven Commits Suicide over Hunger Longaroi sub county 1 1

Daniel Lotyang, the youth councilor representing Longaroe sub-county and a para-social worker, told URN that he found the frustrated children screaming while watching their mother's lifeless body dangling on a rope inside the grass house.
12:59
12:59

Relief Food Delays Irk Karamoja Leaders karamoja sub region 1 2

Research shows that most of the households in the region have depleted their essential livelihood assets, including consuming seed stocks to cope with the situation partly brought about by the erratic effects of a changing climate. Children in the region are malnourished and many, on a daily basis are succumbing to starvation.
13:56
13:56

Skilling Refugees on Agricultural Practices Crucial for Food Security-French Ambassador drc refugees 1 3

Ambassador Aniambossou says imparting innovative agricultural skills to refugees will go a long way in ensuring that they are able to provide food for themselves other than relying on being given food every day.
12:11
12:11

Uganda to Repatriate 300 Burundi Refugees burundian refugees 2

The refugees are part of some 450 at Nakivale Refugee Settlement in Isingiro District who registered for voluntary repatriation back to their homes.
11:50
11:50

PTA, Development Fees Blamed for High Absenteeism in Oyam 1 5

Schools have been asking every parent to pay a termly and annual development fee of Shillings 2000/- and 10,000/- per child respectively. This money is mostly used for constructing teachers’ quarters and at times classroom blocks.
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