Emmanuel Agaba, one of the change agents says the residents have put up disaster management committees manned by volunteers who continue to sensitize residents to protect River Mubuku and its tributaries.
Most of the commercial farms are owned by Indians and are found in Lungulu, Got Apwoyo and Latoro sub counties. Those implicated are Oola lolim farm, Fol farm, Amatheon Agri, Pinacle farm, Delight Uganda Limited, Vineyak Agro Farm Ltd and Rigil Agrotech Ltd among others.
The findings are part of the second End of Childhood report released in commemoration of the Day of the African Child, marked every June 16. The report explores the major reasons why childhood comes to an early end and includes a unique index which ranks 175 countries based on where childhood is most intact and where it is most eroded
Save the Children Uganda and the MasterCard Foundation are calling upon government to offer skills in addition to money to all youths under governments Youth Livelihood Program and Operation Wealth Creation
Six health facilities in remote areas in Gulu district that were operating without electricity will soon benefit from a donation of six solar power suitcases meant to facilitate deliveries and other medical services in the health centers at night.