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In the 2014 Tumaini Awards, child rights organisations in partnership with New Vision are seeking to honour and recognise individuals, organisations and businesses working to improve the lives of children in Uganda.
    He is commonly referred to as ‘a proud’ farmer.
      Dealers of fresh produce are losing out on the local and international market due to poor quality fruits and vegetables. Their major lament is about the poor hygiene and handling practices, which has caused a scarcity of fresh fruit and vegetables on the Ugandan market.
        It is difficult to believe there is a profitable agricultural enterprise inside this enclosed homestead in Seguku
          Challenges of walking long distances in search for clean and safe water has been relieved off the residents of Koro and Bobi sub counties in Gulu District by World Vision Uganda.
            Government’s planned development of the 183MW Isimba dam has resuscitated the environments-development debate, bringing government planners up against opposition from tourism promoters and environmentalists.
              A board with a long list of names hangs in one of the sheds at Kabeihura Mixed Farm.
                Rose Nalule has a pleasant character. She is outgoing and exudes the confidence of a satisfied corporate lady with a promising career.
                  His compound is like a pitch for animals.Animals move about freely — chicken scratching the earth, goats grazing
                    Lieutenant Halima Kabahingu was only 12 when she decided enough was enough. “There were all these tales about Obote, so I woke up one day and went to Karugutu, high up in the mountains on the Fort Portal-Bundibugyo Road and started military training.
                      Victoria Namusisi beat the odds of a fisherman's daughter and rose to the top. With all the gratitude attributed to her father, it was not an easy journey for her as she encountered challenges, both

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                      Beth Clark, a renowned Texas author, once said: “People who really want to make a difference in the world are not determined to revolutionise the world all at once; they are satisfied with small chan

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                      There is good news for people living with HIV. Last month, the World Health Organisation (WHO) released new treatment guidelines, raising the level below which people living with HIV are eligible for

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                      Students of Makerere and Nkozi universities last week came up with appropriate plans to upgrade slums in Uganda, in a competition open to only current students.

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                      Government officials are flouting the Public Service standing orders on the use of public vehicles, with impunity, resulting into the loss of billions of taxpayers’ money

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                      Although she lives in a posh residence in Walukuba estate, Jinja town, her gate is always open, especially to underage mothers from the nearby slums.

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