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Solidarity Summit on Refugees: NGOs Biggest Beneficiaries south sudan 2 1 Top story

Onek says only China and India fulfilled their pledges and channeled their donations directly to government while the others said they had channeled their support through NGOs.
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Entebbe Business Operators Plead with UN to Stay united nations 4 1

Samuel Wambuzi says several partners in the municipal development foundations stand to lose a lot if the base is transferred to Nairobi.
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Proposed Relocation of UN Regional Base Angers Parliament united nations 1 4

The move to relocate the base was unveiled by United Nations secretary-general Antonio Guterres showing that instead, the Kenyan Capital Nairobi has been shortlisted to host the office, which provides support for UN field missions in Africa. The other cities on the list are Budapest-Hungary and Mexico City.
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Energy Scarcity a Constraint to Development – PAP MPs power africa 1

Members of Parliament have singled out access to energy as one of the major barriers to the development of Africas industrial and agricultural sectors and urged the United Nations to find solutions to the problem. The Pan African Parliament PAP members meeting in Midrand, South Africa are concerned that the UN was making showy presentations but not doing much to address the problems affecting the continent.
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Our Future Depends On Unity –UN Chief new year 1

Recalling that last year he urged that 2017 be a year for peace, the UN chief noted that unfortunately in fundamental ways, the world went in reverse. Perils, including deepening conflicts and new dangers emerged, and global concerns over nuclear weapons reached the highest since the Cold War.
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UHRC Demands Implementation of Anti-Torture Law united nations 2

The Chairperson of the Uganda Human Rights Commission UHRC Meddie Ssozi Kaggwa emphasizes that torture is a criminal matter that attracts penalties under the Prohibition and Prevention of Torture Act, 2012 which law he says ought to be implemented to reduce cases of torture.
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ICC Withdrawals Could Send a Wrong Message – UN Chief icc indictments 1 1 Top story

South Africa and Burundi have already informed the Secretary General, who is the depository of the Rome Statute of the ICC; of their intent withdraw from the Court, which was set up to handle the worlds worst crimes.
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UN Chief Urges Support for Good Governance Efforts in Africa nepad e-commission 1 1

The UN chief said governance systems in Africa are improving, especially through the African Peer Review Mechanism APRM, a voluntary self-assessment initiative used by African Heads of State to share and reinforce best practices.
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Civil Societies Demand Introduction of National Peace Policy musa ecweru 2 1

Speaking at the National Celebrations to mark the International Peace Day in Bundibugyo district, Rev. Sylvester Arinaitwe, the Secretary Uganda Joint Christian Council-UJCC, faulted government for delaying to introduce the policy, which he says has affected resolution of conflicts in different parts of the country.
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UN adopts Resolution to Tackle Sexual Abuse by UN troops united nations 1

The resolution follows devastating reports of child rape and other sexual abuses by UN peacekeepers, especially those based in Central African Republic and Democratic Republic Congo. The UN says there were 69 allegations of sexual abuse and exploitation by peacekeepers in 2015, with an additional 25 allegations so far this year.
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Sustainable Financing Needed for UN Regional, Sub-Regional Organizations - Kutesa sam kutesa 1

Sam Kutesa was speaking at the beginning of a high-level thematic debate in New York focusing on strengthening cooperation between the UN and regional groupings.
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UPDF Turns Down UN Request On CAR Mission united nations

It has emerged that the Ugandan People's Defence Forces (UPDF) turned down a request by the United Nations to take over a peace keeping mission in Central African Republic (CAR).
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Ten Girls Drop Out of School Every Month Due To Lack of Adequate Toilets-Report united nations 1

According to the report by Rwenzori Network for Sanitation, in some schools there is one toilet shared by Girls and Boys. The report also states that absenteeism among girls is high especially when they approach their menstruation cycle, since they have anywhere to change or dispose sanitary pads.
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500 Congolese Refugees Fleeing Fighting Enter Uganda bundibugyo district

Majority of the refugees were living in Kabango town, near the DRC-Uganda Border after it was attacked and captured by the rebels.
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UN Moves to Sanction M23 Rebels fighting in congo

The United Nations Security Council says it intends to impose sanctions against leaders of the M23 rebel movement in the Democratic Republic of Congo. This comes just a day after Rwanda, one of the countries accused of supporting the rebels, was elected to the UN Security Council on Thursday.
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Ban Ki-moon Calls Special Summit on DRC Conflict united nations

The United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon has called a summit on the Great Lakes Region with special focus on the deteriorating security and humanitarian situation in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
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Lugazi Rovers Register Consolation Win In Little League Baseball World Series In US paul kateregga 1

Africa’s representatives at the on-going Little League Baseball World Series, Lugazi Rovers last night picked a 3-2 consolation win against North West (Oregon) in their last game in South Williamsport, US.
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Women Participation in Peace Processes Remains Low ban ki-moon 1

Maria Luiza Ribeiro Viotti, says there are serious obstacles to women’s political participation worldwide, including in countries that have championed women’s rights for decades.
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UN Turns 66, Ban Warns of Turbulence ban ki-moon 1

The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, however warned that the need for the United Nations is increasingly becoming real as the world undergoes turbulent times ranging from the economic crisis to inequality and rising joblessness.
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UN Secretary General asks Libyan's to Unite after Gaddafi's Death ban ki-moon 1

The call from UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon came amid reports that Qadhafi was killed as forces of the National Transitional Council tried to arrest him in his hometown of Sirte.
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