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By Vision Reporter

Added 19th March 2002 03:00 AM

Children die: MOROTO — Over 150 per 1,000 children born in Moroto district do not live up to one year, a Karamoja based “Child and Nutrition” report has indicated. It indicates, however, that Uganda’s average infant mortality rate has fallen fro

Children die: MOROTO — Over 150 per 1,000 children born in Moroto district do not live up to one year, a Karamoja based “Child and Nutrition” report has indicated. It indicates, however, that Uganda’s average infant mortality rate has fallen fro

Children die MOROTO — Over 150 per 1,000 children born in Moroto district do not live up to one year, a Karamoja based “Child and Nutrition” report has indicated. It indicates, however, that Uganda’s average infant mortality rate has fallen from 120 children per 1,000 in 1988 to 81 per 1,000 children, currently. ----- RDC says YUMBE — The deputy DC, Henry Ringakech, has said the Government and the Uganda National Rescue Front Part two (UNRFII) are committed to peace. He said the former rebels had reached a peaceful settlement with the Government to return home and participate in developing the area. ----- Bad driving LIRA —The Police Commander, Godfrey Aropet, has attributed the increasing number of road accidents in the district to reckless driving. He said most drivers in the area defy traffic regulations, causing accidents. He said Police would take action.

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