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15:52
15:52

New Wave of Floods Leaves Thousands Displaced in Nakasongola displaced persons

The rising waters which have also cut off roads, blocking access to Lwampanga R/C Primary School and several homes in the neighbourhood. Several toilets have also been submerged creating a sanitation crisis in the area.
09:41
09:41

Kasese District Fails to Relocate Victims Displayed by Raising Water Levels Kanyangeya 4 1

Last month, the District Disaster Management Committee resolved to relocate the victims, but the process was halted due to limited resources.
13:41
13:41

School Reopening Plan Leaves L. Kyoga Water Victims 'Homeless' lake kyoga

The district has now secured tents and tarpaulins to provide temporary shelter for the residents as they work on a permanent site to enable learners to resume studies.
10:29
10:29

Karusandara Flood Victims Cry for Help Displaced Persons 11 2

With no access to necessities, the families can hardly afford a meal a day. They accuse both government and the local leadership for deliberately refusing to address their plight.
12:34
12:34

Flood Victims in Kasese Go Without Food displaced persons 3 4

Julius Monday Kule, the Camp leader says they have spent three weeks without receiving any support from both government and well-wishers.
07:39
07:39

Persons Displaced by Kasese Floods Ask for Resettlement Land Displaced Persons 6 3

Jacob Kaharorwe, one of the displaced residents told URN that five acres of his land and gardens were all destroyed by mudslides. For people like Kaharorwe, home is no more, and the future looks bleak as they remain camped at Kiraro Primary School
11:00
11:00

Gov’t Moves to Resettle Persons Displaced by Rising Water Levels Lake Victoria 4 1

Water levels for major water bodies across the country have gone up in recent months from 12.00 meters in 2019 to above 13.4 meters, in the case of Lake Victoria, a mark last recorded in 1964, while Lake Kyoga is projected to exceed the highest historical water level of 13.2 meters.
12:06
12:06

Floods Displace 19,000 in Amuria displaced persons Top story

Jimmy Eriau, the LC3 chairperson Kapelebyong Sub County says at least 12,000 people are displaced in his area. He says the most affected are from Kapelebyong town board, Nyanda, Amenia, Atira, Amaseniko and Okoboi parishes.
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