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Government Lifts Ban on Fishing Activities in Lake Kyoga

Government has resolved to lift the ban on fishing activities in Lake Kyoga on 1st July, 2020, after one year…

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Kenyan COVID 19 patient who escaped from Moroto Hospital handed back to Kenya.

A Kenyan COVID 19 patient who escaped on Wenesday evening from the treatment centre in Moroto Regional Referral Hospital has…

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Cholera Cases in Karamoja reach 260: Landlords with no pit latrines to be arrested

The number of Cholera cases in Moroto district of Karamoja sub region has jumped to 260 by Thursday 28th May,…

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State house starts investigation of police brutality in Katakwi

The anti-corruption unit of State house has started investigations into the matters of continued misinterpretation of the Presidential directive on…

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Coca-Cola Beverages Africa Contributes UGX1.3bn to COVID-19 Task Force

Coca-Cola Beverages Africa in Uganda has on Wednesday 20th May, 2020, handed over its contribution of UGX1.3billion (One Billion, Three…

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Town dwellers in Bukedea foot for 40 Kilometers to Return to Villages

A number of people in Bekedea Town Council, in the Teso sub region of eastern Uganda have opted to trek…

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Education

Moroto Women Leaders Fight Early Marriages Amidst COVID-19

Women leaders of Moroto district have attributed the increasing cases of child marriages to what they call carelessness of men…

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Uncategorized

Online Learning: Just a Story in Karamoja as Government Extends Lockdown

At the time of this interview, the DEO told Aica that the Moroto District COVID-19 Task Force was waiting for…

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Environment

Moroto Residents Walk 10kms to Access Clean Water

According to the Chairman, the situation has forced some people from the villages to share the dirty water sources with…

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Features

TERREWODE Supports Coronavirus Prevention in Teso

Uganda still stands out among the countries in the sub-Saharan Africa with the highest numbers of maternal mortality and morbidity…

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