Climate Change Leads to Bloodshed in Uganda’s Karamoja Region

    As everyone was celebrating a new year, 2021, little did Margaret Lemukol, a 64 year old woman know that it…

    Hope As UN, EU Step in To Help Combat Hunger in Karamoja

    The European Union in collaboration with the World Food Programme (WFP), the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) have launched a…

    Karamoja Mining Rush Threatens Livelihoods of Indigenous People

    Billions of investments into mining projects have breathed new life in Uganda’s once-neglected Karamoja region, creating thousands of jobs in…

    Turkana Community in Karamoja Threaten Not to Hand Over Guns to Government

    The Turkana communities in Karamoja region of north eastern Uganda have threatened not to hand over guns to government if…

    Katakwi District Gives Last Season Ultimatum to Wetland Encroachers

    The authorities of Katakwi district in north eastern Uganda have given a last season ultimatum to farmers who have cultivated…

    Communities in Katakwi Apply Indeginous Solutions To Prevent COVID-19 Amidst Water Crisis

    Eleven months ago, the community in Ongora village found in Omasia Parish, Magoro sub county, Katakwi district in eastern Uganda,…

    Locals Question the Relevance of First Solar Power Plant in Soroti

    In December 2016, the government of Uganda commissioned the first grid connected solar plant in Soroti district, located about 300…

    UN Saves Girls From Early Forced Marriages In Karamoja

    Three years ago, Monica Chebet voluntarily took herself to search for a school after her parents denied her education. Her…

    UN Resident Coordinator Visits Karamoja Amidst Increasing Cases of COVID-19 In The Region

    The United Nations Resident Coordinator in Uganda, H.E. Rosa Malango, has started a four-day mission to Karamoja region amidst accumulating…

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      October 11, 2021

      Climate Change Leads to Bloodshed in Uganda’s Karamoja Region

      As everyone was celebrating a new year, 2021, little did Margaret Lemukol, a 64 year old woman know that it…
      September 13, 2021

      Child Labour thrives in Uganda’s tea plantations

      The economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and school closures have continued to push children into hazardous forms of child…
      September 8, 2021

      Hope As UN, EU Step in To Help Combat Hunger in Karamoja

      The European Union in collaboration with the World Food Programme (WFP), the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) have launched a…
      August 22, 2021

      Karamoja Mining Rush Threatens Livelihoods of Indigenous People

      Billions of investments into mining projects have breathed new life in Uganda’s once-neglected Karamoja region, creating thousands of jobs in…

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