Negligence or fate? Kobusinge’s death leaves many puzzled

Read full story in our Track News Letter Issue 18 on page 4, 5 and 6 follow the link below Negligence or fate? Kobusinge’s death leaves many puzzled The same story was published by The Daily Monitor News Paper April 14 2016 Page 18-19 link below Living/Dying-bringing-life–plight-of-rural-Expectant    

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RAC AND POLICE RECOVER SOLAR LED LAMPS WORTH 3 MILLION

  Ighomerwa Primary school is a government aided school located in Bukonzo sub-county, in a hard-to reach village of Ighomerwa, Bundibugyo district. Because of its location, access to power is a dream far from reach in this part of the country. It is for this reason that Save the Children in Uganda donated solar-led lamps

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Minister for ethics and integrity lashes out at judiciary over corruption

The minister for ethics and integrity Fr. Simon Lokodo has lashed at the judiciary saying it is fueling corruption in the country. “I’m not very comfortable with the work of the judiciary. On a couple of incidents, I have been let down, they almost make me believe what people say that in receiving justice you

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Illegal logging threatens Ibambaro forest

  KYENJOJO- Ibambaro Central Forest Reserve in Kyenjojo District is under threat of extinction given the high number of encroachers, a team led by National Forest Authority (NFA), security and civil society leaders has observed. The team on Monday visited the forest and noted that the rate of encroachment was high and threatens the forest.

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The health challenge in Uganda: who is to blame?

According to the World Health Organization guidelines, the recommended health worker to population ratio is 1:439. In Uganda however, this ratio lies at 1:1298, way above the acceptable world health standards. This high discrepancy is perhaps the greatest underlying factor behind the health challenge in the country today. As a result, a number of lives

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