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17:04
17:04

Thousands Homeless as Hailstorm Hits Mubende, Mityana natural disasters

The disaster affected up to ten thousand people in the mainly in the Sub Counties of Kassanda in Mubende district and Kalangaalo in Mityana district where houses and plantations were completely destroyed.
13:29
13:29

Food Insecurity Increases Disaster Risk, Says Report natural disasters

Proper feeding of people reduces the catastrophic effects of natural hazards, according to the World Risk Report, 2015.
12:04
12:04

Heavy Rains Cause Fear in Kasese kasese floods

Pascal Kasoke, the LCIII chairman for Bulembia division, which was affected most during the floods in May says that more than 60 residents have since last month left their homes.
07:47
07:47

Flooding: Elego Business Community Asks Government to Construct Drainage Channel drainage channels

Recently, floods disrupted business in Elego trading center leaving traders counting losses. David Otto operates a guest house in Elago trading. Otto says he has been making losses since the floods occurred as people cannot access his guest house.
13:12
13:12

Flood Affected Families Out in the Cold disaster

Gloria Atimaku, a mother of three says because of sharing accommodation with children they have lost their privacy.
16:53
16:53

Kalangala Cyclone Survivors Receive Relief 6 Days Later heavy storms 2

Red Cross Uganda has finally delivered relief items to the stranded cyclone victims in Kalangala. More than 200 people were left homeless by the cyclone that swept through Mazinga island last week.
13:27
13:27

Heavy Rains Destroy 60 Gardens In Lyantonde District natural disasters

Heavy rains have washed away over 60 gardens and left 5 families homeless in Buyanja village, Lyantonde Rural Sub County in Lyantonde district.
11:53
11:53

Districts Fail to Make Contigency Plan for Disasters natural disasters

Several districts in eastern Uganda have no contingency plan and budgets for handling disasters despite being prune to landslides. They are Mbale, Manafwa, Bulambuli and Bududa.
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