Government has embarked on a training programme for spokespersons of Ministries and its departments in a bid to improve information flow in the fast changing media industry.
Mbale Deputy Resident District Commissioner Pamela Watuwa has urged farmers to utilize the land as a factor of production to eradicate poverty.
The Director General Uganda AIDS Commission, Christine Ondoa has launched a campaign dubbed “Zip up 256” aimed at young people in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Musician, Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine has joined the anti-corruption campaign by supporting a move by the Civil Society organization to deny suspects court bail.
The Archbishop of Kampala Diocese Cyprian Kizito Lwanga has started a fundraising drive expected to collect millions of shillings needed to redevelop the Namugongo Uganda Martyrs shrine.
The Inspectorate of government has teamed up with civil society organizations on a country-wide campaign to sensitize the general public in the struggle against corruption.
President Museveni has hailed the Kiteredde Banakalori brothers in Rakai district for their developmental programs which have transformed the communities in the area.
Atleast sh50m was realised in cash and pledges for Irene Gleeson Foundation (IGF) maternal health project in Kitgum district.
A cross-section of youth from Kibaale district are set to earn sh980m from coffee farming projects, courtesy of the employment mitigation initiatives spearheaded by a Makerere University Professor Samuel Kyamanywa.
DESPITE the fact that Kibaale district is a food basket in the region, it is still grappling with malnutrition with 39% of the children under the age of 5 falling victim