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By Vision Reporter

Added 29th November 2005 03:00 AM

500 homes to be built
KAMPALA — Christian Life Ministries is to build 500 homes for orphans in Lira, Gulu and Kampala districts. Pastor Jackson Senyonga said each three-bedroom was worth about sh17m. He said 400 homes were being built in Seeta, Mukono district, while 100 were being built in Li

500 homes to be built
KAMPALA — Christian Life Ministries is to build 500 homes for orphans in Lira, Gulu and Kampala districts. Pastor Jackson Senyonga said each three-bedroom was worth about sh17m. He said 400 homes were being built in Seeta, Mukono district, while 100 were being built in Lira and Gulu districts. Senyonga was addressing a press conference at Christian Life Church in Bwaise recently.

Kids suffer from toxins
ENTEBBE — Children are at a higher risk of developing chronic diseases from exposure to hazardous materials than adults, Dr. George Merville, the new World Health Organisation country representative, told yesterday’s meeting on improving children’s environment in Entebbe. He said more than 80,000 synthetic chemicals are widely dispersed in air, water and food.

Pupils in global swim
KAMPALA — Kabira International School, in conjunction with the Malaria Consortium in Uganda, will take part in the World Swim for Malaria, a global swim organised by The World Swim For Malaria Foundation. On December 3, a million people in the world are expected to swim to raise money to fight malaria.

Jinja gets AIDS money
JINJA — The Ministry of Health has released sh291m from the Global Fund to HIV/AIDS patients in the district. Cheques were given to 78 HIV/AIDS groups from the 11 sub-counties of the district by the LC5 chairman, Fred Gume, at Jinja Town Hall on Monday.

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