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16:22
16:22

South Korean Initiative Transforming Villages in Mpigi project 1 4

The model villages are established under the Saemaul Undong initiative, a community development movement, which builds a village or community to improve the quality of life of its inhabitants based on the spirits of diligence, self-help and cooperation. It was first adopted in South Korea over 60 years ago.
07:02
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Lamwo Leaders Return Animals Fraudulently Shared Amongst Themselves Patrick Olila 1 5 Top story

The RDC intervened after aggrieved residents petitioned his office implicating the political leadership and a section of technical staff for fraudulently sharing the ox and ox ploughs among themselves.
12:06
12:06

Sub County Chairperson Accused of Extorting Money from OWC Beneficiaries Kamwenge District 4

Residents of Buhanda accuse Gratian Businge of asking money in order to give them inputs and those who decline to pay are not given.
14:17
14:17

African Governments Asked to Tame Rising Temperatures renewable energy 1

The report warns that without urgent action to reduce emissions, the occurrence of climate shocks and stresses in the Africa region are expected to get much worse adding that there is mounting evidence that higher temperatures have worsened drought and humanitarian disaster in East Africa.
11:04
11:04

Farmers to Pay for Agricultural Inputs sub county 2

Salim Saleh says that if a cost is attached on the inputs, they will be looked after well instead of the beneficiaries neglecting them because they are free from the government.
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Warehouse Receipt Bank Loans Excite Gulu Farmers 1

The initiation of the warehouse receipt system follows the commissioning of a 6,000 metric tons store for grains in Gulu last week. The system enables farmers with agricultural produce stored in the warehouse to acquire bank loans to meet their needs.
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Mega Warehouse Commissioned in Gulu former idps 1

A warehouse with a capacity to store 6,000 metric tons has been commissioned in Gulu to store agricultural produce from farmers in Acholi sub region signaling a steady onset of agricultural production in an area that only few years ago was the destination of relief food items.
08:28
08:28

Rising Temperatures Threatens Cultivation of Cereals climate change 1

A new study conducted in Gulu, Kotido and Bundibugyo has reported that there is a significant rise in temperature, which could affect crop production, according to agriculturalist.
15:14
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Harvest Season Poses Danger to Schools planting season 1

School attendance records have gone down, with many school going children heading to gardens and not schools.
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