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13:44
13:44

Activists Push for Continental Policy on Food Sovereignty 4

AFSA General Coordinator, Million Belay said their study of the policies in the 27 African countries under the Program reveals that there is no consistency in national food policies, while even within a country, policies conflict with each other.
11:20
11:20

Suspected Black Quarter Disease Kills Cattle in Terego 3 1

The most hit areas are Eretpea, Kulua, and Odravu villages in Ejoni Parish Uriama sub-county and parts of Leju Town council.
10:44
10:44

PDM Benefciaries in Agago Count Losses As Stray Animals Destroy Crops 6 1

Farmers who have benefitted from the PDM to boost their crop production are complaining of continuous destruction by stray elephants.
09:21
09:21

Influx of Herdsmen in Teso Worries Leaders serere district 3 1

Reports in Ngora indicates that more than 2,000 cattle crossed to the district in the last two weeks while another group of herdsmen crossed to Serere district with more than 600 cattle.
09:17
09:17

Karamoja Gets UGX 139 Billion Nutrition Project 4 1

The project dubbed ‘’Gender Equitable Nutrition in Tanzania and Uganda (GENTU), will be implemented by Action against Hunger in partnership with Karamoja Women’s Umbrella Organization covering the three districts of Nakapiripirit, Moroto, and Nabilatuk district.
07:40
07:40

Community Team up with Partners to Restore Indigenous Tree Species in Karamoja 6 3 Top story

The project is expected to mitigate the adverse effects of climate change by utilizing trees to influence rainfall, maintain a clean environment, improve soil fertility, and prevent soil erosion.
17:56
17:56

Low Fertilizer Use Worries Experts 2

Uganda's soil fertility and nutritional value are reported to be gradually depreciating over the years, and according to these experts, this trend explains the shift in food-sourcing regions within the country.