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Lamwo Officials Run To Stakeholders to Support Measles Campaign Agoro Subcounty 1 Top story

Lamwo District Health Educator, Obote Odwar told URN in an interview on Tuesday that the planned measles campaign seeks to contain further outbreak across the district as they continue with routine immunization.
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Measles Cases Rise to 26 in Lamwo Agoro Subcounty 1

The first five confirmed cases of measles were registered in the four villages of Agoro sub-county on January 10, 2020, from a sample of 18 children who had suspected symptoms of the disease. Lamwo District Health Educator Obote Odwar says that 21 patients who had similar symptoms were confirmed to be positive a week later.
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Defects on Agoro Irrigation Scheme Push Locals Out of Farms Agoro Subcounty 6 2

Stretching several kilometres through the North East and Western part of Agoro, Langiya hills provides a natural shield that separates the area from volatile South Sudan. From the hills, flows Agoro River that has over the years bred life to agriculture, one of the predominant economic activities undertaken by the residents besides cattle keeping.
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Improved Border Security Boosts Farming in Lamwo Agoro Subcounty 1 3

However, Agoro Sub County Chairperson Denis Onyon told URN in an interview that many farmers have now resumed farming due to relative peace along with the border areas. Onyon says that the last incidence of animal theft was registered in March when armed rustlers looted 60 goats from Loremebenge in Agoro Sub County. No looting has taken place ever since.
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