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Sanitation

Residents stuck with garbage in lockdown...

Similar scenes have been seen at the Bugembe market, where vendors have opted to heap garbage on the Jinja-Tororo- Busia highway.

Sudan free from Bashir but effects of sanctions...

A year after the start of a protest movement that led to the fall of dictator Omar al-Bashir, Sudan is looking for a fresh start -- but its economy is...

Plight caused by lack of toilets at Busana...

The residents did not have a single toilet, resorting to open defecation on the shores and in the lake.

Toilet crisis at Makerere, MUBS, and Kyambogo...

Haruna Muwanga, a first-year diploma student at the faculty of arts and social sciences, says pipes in the toilets leak, so the floor is always wet and...

Braving Kampala's scarce and filthy toilet...

Owera says the situation is worse at night when the power goes off and vendors litter human waste on the floor. This paves way for hygiene related diseases...

Jinja, Entebbe towns launch schools sanitation...

Learners are described as the right people to be taught the gospel of health, sanitation and sustainable use of Lake Victoria.

Placentas dumped in the open at Kibuku health...

The facility attends to over 2,000 patients a month and it has only one ward shared by women and men as well as children.

If there is no latrine at the lake shore,...

“The only latrine which we were using got full and people have to defecate in the open or in the lake and that is the same water we use for domestic work,”...

UWEC rolls out hygiene in Kawuku

Early morning pub patrons were seen sneering at them with disgust as they picked polythene papers, dead pets in advanced degrees of decay and foot wear....

Over 94 schools scoop NWSC awards

This year’s convention was held under the theme: “Plant a tree, save the future,” and 400 schools across the country participated in the competition.

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