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16:32
16:32

Gulu City Council Signs Deal with GIZ for Landfill Construction Gulu Main Market 2 1

Robert Towler, the team leader of German Development Cooperation, says they that have developed an 18 year strategic program to improve garbage management, water and sanitation in the City.
10:24
10:24

Cholera Cases in Moroto Reach 100 Mark Ministry of Health 3

Phillip Lotee, the in Charge of Loputuk Health Centre III, says cholera cases in the district have hit the 100 mark. On Sunday, 18 new cases were admitted to the facility increasing the number to 102 cases. Of these, 67 have been discharged and 33 are still on admission.
09:34
09:34

Suspected Cholera Outbreak Reported In Moroto clean water access 3

Peter Loyolo, the Interim Loputuk LC 3 Chairperson told Uganda Radio Network that the deceased died before he could be taken to the nearest health facility, which is 20km away.
18:06
18:06

Water inequality threaten shaky SDG progress, UWEZO report uwezo uganda 2 1

While the report says majority of Ugandans (75%)can access water from improved sources, less than 20% have access to piped water.
18:23
18:23

Cholera Kills Six In Kampala, 21 Admitted cholera deaths 1 1

Six people have died of cholera while 21 others are being treated at the isolation ward set up at Mulago National Referral Hospital.
12:38
12:38

Non-Functional Boreholes Irk Kabarole Residents gerald musinguzi 2

The nonfunctional boreholes are in the sub counties of Kichwamba, Busoro, Karambi, Harugongo and parts of Fort Portal Municipality. Communities are forced to trek long distances in search for water or even draw water from unsafe sources often shared with animals.
10:33
10:33

Lack of Toilets at Kisima Primary School Irks Parents latrine in schools 1

The schools lack latrines and water storage facilities. The five stance pit latrine at Kisima Island primary school collapsed five months ago, leaving 200 pupils and 20 teachers without a latrine.
10:06
10:06

Safe Water Eludes Rural Communities In Kabarole steven businge 1

Rural areas in Kabarole district have not had access to safe and clean water for two years, despite huge sums of money allocated to the water sector. In an audit report released by Kabarole District Public Accounts Committee, more than 1.6 billion shillings allocated to the water sector for the two financial years 2011/2012 and 2012/2013, was diverted to other sectors or mismanaged, depriving communities of clean water.
14:40
14:40

Health Risk Looms in Gulu Over Lack of Public Lavatories toilets 3

So serious is the problem that it’s no longer strange to see both men and women easing themselves openly along corridors in the town.
12:57
12:57

Ssembabule School Operates Without a Pit Latrine toilets

A government primary school at Lwebitakuli Sub County in Ssembabule District is operating without sanitary facilities after their latrine caved in last term following heavy downpour.
11:21
11:21

Stinking Toilets Push Gulu Municipal Council Workers Out Of Offices sanitation

Gulu Municipal Council offices are deserted due to a horrid smell coming from the lavatories. The offices have been without water for the past three weeks after National Water and Sewerage Corporation-NWSC disconnected it.
07:15
07:15

Mbale Falls Below Target in Providing Safe Affordable Water 1 1

The high population growth rate is affecting the efforts put up by Mbale district in trying to achieve the national development plan of providing safe affordable drinking water to the poor in both urban and rural areas.
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