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Serere Fish Farmers Counting Losses as Water Submerges Ponds

01 Jul 2020 · More than 30 fishponds built by government through Operation Wealth Creation, Youth Livelihood and other programs have been submerged in Kadungulu, Bugondo, Labor, Pingire and Kateta Sub Counties.

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Serere Fish Farmers Counting Losses as Water Submerges Ponds 1 1

More than 30 fishponds built by government through Operation Wealth Creation, Youth Livelihood and other programs have been submerged in Kadungulu, Bugondo, Labor, Pingire and Kateta Sub Counties.
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Kwania District Receives UGX 192m for Cluster Development Project 1 4

Kwania district recently received 192.7 million shillings under the production department as funds for ACDP from the Ministry of Agriculture Animal Industry and Fisheries.
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Fisheries Protection Unit Accused of Aiding Illegal Fishing in Serere RDC Geoffrey Okiswa 2 1

Illegal fishing activities are on the rise in Serere due to the alleged collusion between FPU and the fishing communities.
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Kyampisi Sub County Residents Bitter Over Quarrying Activities 3 5

The stone quarry in the area belongs to China Communications Company. The company sells the blasted stones to road factories and road construction companies.
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Five Most Wanted Suspected Livestock Thieves Arrested in Kyenjojo 1

According to Twesigye, preliminary investigations show that the five suspects whose names have been withheld have been stealing livestock especially cows, goats and pigs from Kyegegwa and Kyenjojo districts.
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Gov't Injects UGX 3.7bn in Farmer's Cooperatives in Masaka The World Bank 3 1

Michael Okello, the Grants Officer in Ministry of Agriculture, says the grant is meant to support organised cooperatives to get the required capacities through, which they can effectively respond to emerging challenges in the agricultural sector that affect their earnings.
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Heavy Rains Destroy Crops in Agago District 1

According to Otim; an assessment conducted on Saturday estimates that over 300 acres of the crops that majorly include; soya beans, simsim, maize, sunflower, groundnuts, cotton, sorghum and millet were destroyed by the hail storm.