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Hand washing could help you save money

HEALTH The Ministry of Water and Environment has urged Ugandans to promote the washing of their hands and bottoms to maintain good hygiene and health....

Notice from Ministry of Water

PROCUREMENT OF PROJECT SUPPORT TEAM (INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANTS) FOR IRRIGATION FOR CLIMATE RESILIENCE PROJECT

Notice from Ministry of Water

PROCUREMENT OF CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR TECHNICAL SUPERVISION OF IMPLEMENTATION OF PRIORITY CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT MEASURES IN

COVID-19: Hand washing on increase from 33%...

This has been attributed to continuous education in regard to covid-19 as a preventive measure to curb the pandemic.

Why irrigation must be first on development...

95% of the rainwater goes to waste! Yet, if it is harvested, it would be used to cover up during the dry months of December-February and June-August.

Nine million Ugandans practising open defecation...

More than 892 million people defecate out in the open around the world. In Uganda, 8.8 million people defecate in the open.

Access to safe water up in Uganda

In 2016, the Government pledged an annual target of drilling 5,000 boreholes in five years at a rate of 1,000 boreholes per year and fitted with hand-pumps...

Gov't urged to increase funding the water...

The Prime Minister, Rugunda, called for prioritising, securing the boundaries of wetlands, river banks, forests and need to protect and restore water catchments....

Publicise information on natural resources...

The information can influence decisions about wise use and conservation of forests and other ecosystems by different stakeholders across the country.

Bugoma forest conversion defeats climate...

The Government has allocated funds in this year’s financial budget to demarcate the boundaries of the forest this will go a long way to address the unanswered...

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