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15:29
15:29

Uganda Gets UGX 7.6 Billion for Climate Change Strategic Plan 2

The grant will go towards the development of new bankable climate change adaptation and mitigation projects in view of achieving the national Climate change goals identified under the Nationally Determine Contributions NDCs.
20:26
20:26

Kitgum Modern Market Construction Finally Starts 2 1

Initially, at least 25 households who were occupying the land where the six billion Shilling market was to be constructed refused to vacate claiming that they were not ready and delayed the construction.
11:09
11:09

Contractor On Spot Over Slow Progress of Market Construction masaka municipality 5 1

Asaph Nuwagira, the country Agriculture and Rural Development Specialist at ADB has expressed disappointment with the slow progress of the project, doubting whether the contractor will complete the project in the agreed 24 months.
11:54
11:54

160 Schools Operate Under Trees in Three New Districts lack of classrooms 9 3

More than 40 of the schools in Nakasongola and 60 schools spread in Nakaseke district do not have decent facilities for learners. Most of them have dilapidated structures characterized by cracks and leaking roofs. A number of them were abandoned out of a fear that they could collapse on the learners.
13:11
13:11

Mak to Spend UGX 1.3B on Maintaining Two New Buildings makerere university 1

It is estimated that the buildings will separately require Shillings 60 million for the payment of property managers including officers, custodians and security guards annually. Each building will also require about Shillings 900million for electricity, Shillings 96million for water, Shillings 60million for repairs and replacement.
14:45
14:45

Lack of Land Title Threatens Development of Kitgum Main Market. kitgum town council 2

Richard Ojara Okwera, the Kitgum Town Council LC3 Chairperson accuses some politicians opposed to the development during his reign of inciting the settlers.
07:47
07:47

Illicit Money Outflows From Uganda Hit Shs18trillion transparency Top story

This money is often obtained by illegal means, exploiting legal loopholes and through a complex web makes it through to tax havens and bank accounts outside Uganda. This according to the report has negative implications to the performance of the economy.
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