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17:51
17:51

Ministry Warns Against Resistance to Polio Vaccination who 3 1

People who refused to get their children immunised against polio in the recent mass polio vaccination campaign could face the law, the Ministry of Health has said.
16:15
16:15

Gov't Urges Fruit and Vegetable Farmers to Improve Quality who 2 1

Kyambadde explained that in 2015, Uganda lost US 4 million resulting from the ban on the export of fruits and vegetables to the EU due to the use of poor quality seeds and pesticides.
18:02
18:02

CSOs Demand Involvement in the Drafting AIDS Trust Fund Regulations who 3 1

Evelyn Chemutai, the Bukwo Woman MP and Vice Chairperson of the HIV/AIDS committee in Parliament, says this money will enable the government take charge of the AIDS epidemic in the country instead of relying on donors.
09:59
09:59

West Nile Residents, health workers on Ebola Alert who

Residents and health workers in the various districts of West Nile have been put on high alert following the outbreak of the highly contagious Ebola hemorrhagic fever in some districts of western Uganda.
17:58
17:58

19 Suspected Ebola Patients Test Negative As WHO Beefs Up Management Efforts moh

Samples of the other patients are yet to be returned. Doctor Kyamanywa says the 19 patients have now been moved to the convalescent ward which separates them from those who are positive and those whose status is yet to be determined.
12:46
12:46

Experts Yet to discover cause of Nodding Syndrome nodding disease

In a move to get a solution to the nodding syndrome, the scientists are drafting a research proposal in which they intend to bring on board partners like the involved governments, civil society, WHO and CDC in finding the cause of the disease.
14:10
14:10

New Initiative Launched to Combat Malaria who 2

The T-3 initiative, which stands for Test, Treat and Track, works to stop malaria.
12:27
12:27

WHO: Deadly resurgence of Measles Observed unicef 1

According to the United Nations Children\'s Fund (UNICEF), Measles-one of the most deadly vaccine-preventable diseases, accounts for an estimated 777,000 childhood deaths per year worldwide, with more than half occurring in Africa.
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