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Kiryandongo Farmers Combat Food Wastage with Warehouse

15 Sep 2019 · More than 12 percent of Maize grains produced in Uganda get lost from the field in prolonged field drying and late harvests, according to UN Food agency FAO. Another 18 percent is lost during transportation, processing, drying from home and bad storage.

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Kiryandongo Farmers Combat Food Wastage with Warehouse 1 2

More than 12 percent of Maize grains produced in Uganda get lost from the field in prolonged field drying and late harvests, according to UN Food agency FAO. Another 18 percent is lost during transportation, processing, drying from home and bad storage.
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Milk Processing Plant in Gulu Halts Operations 1 3

The plant belonging to Gulu Women Diary Cooperative Society folded operations in mid-2018, few months after its capacity was upgraded to collect and process 3,010 liters of milk daily. The capacity was upgraded with donation of a 3,010 liter milk cooler by the National Agricultural Advisory Services (NAADS).
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Amuru Offers Land For Installation Of Solar Power Plant 1 1

John Bosco Ocan, the Attiak Sub County Councillor V says the installation will add up electricity to the national grid passing through the area to Elegu border town with South Sudan.
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Ugandans Delight in Using Biolite Stoves 4 1 Top story

Olwol says she has used the biolite stove for five months and wouldn’t wish to replace it with anything else. He instead wants to buy three more stoves for his relatives deep in the village who spend much to charge their phones despite the abundance of firewood at home that they can use to cook, charge and have light at all times.
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Lugore Prisons Farm to Be Transformed into Largest Commercial Farm 3 4

Located over 20 kilometres North of Gulu town in Patiko sub county, Lugore prison sits on 45,000 acres of land and is the biggest maize farm of the UPS in the country established in the early 60s.
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How Social Media is Disrupting Legal Practice in Uganda 1 6

Retired High Court Judge Justice Patrick Tabaro maintains that the internet is with no doubt an enabler to the legal practice in Uganda and world over. He advises that lawyers stick to the ethics of the profession in order to avoid clashing and abusing the principles of law which they are trained to uphold.
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Museveni's Social Media Presence Excites Public 2

In his Facebook post of 6,292 words, Museveni applauds a number of people who he refers to as the Bazzukulu (grandchildren) and responds to several demands and criticism about his government. In the posts, Museveni also directs some of the government officials including State House comptroller Lucy Nakyobe Mbonye, State House Anti-corruption unit, Lt Col Edith Nakalema, Health Minister Dr Jane Ruth Aceng and Finance Minister Matia Kasaija to respond to some of the concerns from his followers.