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2,000 families in fear as Mt. Elgon cracks...

Relatedly, about 900 people from five villages in Bufooto parish, Busano sub-county in Mbale district have been displaced by landslides, following the...

Mobile phone radiation may be killing insects...

Of the 83 studies deemed scientifically relevant, 72 showed that radiation had a negative effect on bees, wasps and flies.

Experts concerned about Kibiro oil spill...

The spill, which occurred on March 29 and lasted nine hours, contained natural gas, clay, water, drilling fluids, mud, sand, sediments and traces of crude...

Fish exposed to noise pollution likely to...

Researchers at the University of Cardiff in Britain said noise pollution has been shown to lead to "stress, hearing loss, behavioural changes and impacted...

Govt urged to fast-track the passing of the...

The Bill is intended to establish an Act of Parliament to give the force of law in Uganda to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change,...

2020 hurricanes breezing through the alphabet...

This year, only the name Wilfred remains unused, meaning a switch to the Greek alphabet is looming.

Behind Bugoma forest giveaway

ENVIRONMENT In 2016, Bunyoro-Kitara kingdom gazetted a 22-square-mile piece of land in Kyangwali sub-county, Kikuube district. It was leased to Hoima...

Nyakwezi is on a philanthropic journey at...

At 15, many urban teenagers think they know it all and fuss about taking on the world in their own way. They rarely care about life around them. ...

NGOs say African oil project threatens population,...

"Oil in East Africa: Communities at Risk" released by the FIDH, is a summary of impact studies that were conducted over two years in Uganda and Tanzania....

What explains the sudden drop in oil prices?...

However, the EIA report also showed that gasoline demand for the week ending August 28 was 8.786 million bpd, down from 9.161 million bpd for the prior...

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Kawempe neonatal ICU gets new equipment

Kawempe neonatal ICU gets new equipment

The health minister, Dr Ruth Aceng, urged health workers to use the new facilities to save the newborns.