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12:29
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OPM Delivers Relief Items to Nakasongola Flood Victims Lake Kyoga 1 Top story

The Nakasongola Chief Administrative Officer, Alex Felix Majeme, says OPM has delivered 11,838 kilograms of maize flour and 500 pieces of tarpaulins for distribution to the affected persons.
16:23
16:23

Food Demands Overwhelm Luweero District Covid-19 Task Force relief items 6 1

The distribution has left communities bitter against the task force members saying the relief items were inadequate and other described them as mockery.
15:33
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Seven Arrested for Buying Refugee Relief resident 1 1

Julius Hakiza, the Albertine Region Police Spokesperson, says the suspects had rented two stores at Kasonga trading center where they had stored the relief items they bought from refugees and some officials overseeing Kyangwali refugee settlement.
14:45
14:45

DRC Refugees Arrested for Selling Relief Items theft

They were caught Red-handed trying to sell blankets, mattresses, saucepans, Basins plus other house hold items donated to them by UNHCR.
08:07
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Amnesty International Appeals to Donors on Refugees In Uganda relief items 1

In a report launched ahead of a high-level donor summit in Uganda this week, Amnesty International says more than 900,000 refugees have fled the brutal conflict in South Sudan and sought safety in Uganda, but funding shortfalls mean that many of them are not receiving basic services such as food, water and shelter. Uganda says it needs up to eight billion US dollars in the next four years to handle refugees. It hopes to raise part of this money during the Uganda refugees Solidarity Summit co-hosted with the UN in Kampala on June 22 and 23.
12:04
12:04

Kalangala Cyclone Victims Waiting for Relief relief items

It destroyed Nkese Health Centre II, Nkese Catholic and 18 houses.
10:55
10:55

Bududa Landslide Victims Flee Back To Risky Areas relief items

At least half of the one hundred victims of the recent landslides in Bulucheke sub county in Bududa district, who were recently relocated to safer areas, have fled back to their villages which are considered highly risky. The victims cite negligence by government as the reason for their return.
12:47
12:47

Flash Floods Leave 100 Homeless in Gulu Town red cross 1

Flash floods in Gulu town have left more than 100 people homeless. The Thursday floods, which followed several hours of a heavy downpour, destroyed 28 homes in Holy Rosay sub-ward in Laro division. Many huts were also submerged.
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14:10

Two Arrested for theft of Relief Food butaleja district

They were smoked out of their hideout in Magola village, with two sacks of maize flour and eight bags of millet flour worth shillings 2.3 million.
14:12
14:12

Amuru's Homeless Residents Reject Relief Items From PM's Office evictions

Residents of Apaa village, Labala parish in Amuru district, who were recently evicted by the Uganda Wildlife Authority from an area claimed to be a game reserve, have rejected a consignment of relief items delivered by the Office of the Prime Minister.
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17:48

Red Cross Official injured in Bukomansimbi mob violence 1

Red Cross Delivers relief iems. Storm Victims fight over relief delivered. One injured. relief items looted
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