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Vegetables improve incomes in Omugo

Omugo’s agricultural transformation can be largely attributed to the work of Nutrition and Income Generation Intervention (NIGI) programme.

World Food Programme wins Nobel Peace Prize...

Founded in 1961, the UN body helped 97 million people last year, distributing 15 billion rations to people in 88 countries.

Dar Port, Mombasa competition heats up

Previously, the Mombasa route was preferred by Ugandan traders for both imports and exports and it accounted for 80% of Uganda’s trade.

COVID-19: Entebbe Airport prepared to re-open...

If all goes according to plan, Qatar Airways flight QR 1385 will be the first to touch down at Entebbe Airport on October 1.

COVID-19: A double tragedy for women and...

Meli, a single mother of seven, now grows vegetables in her backyard to make ends meet. She says this is the most difficult time they have faced as they...

UN scrambles to get aid to Beirut

The severe damage to Lebanon's largest port "could limit the flow of food supplies into the country and push food prices beyond the reach of many,"

Refugee women and children most affected...

Flora is a 30-year-old mother of four. She and her family previously lived in the Central Equatoria State of South Sudan. They fled to Uganda to seek refuge...

In southern Madagascar, voters struggle for...

In the village of Ifotaka, at the southern tip of Madagascar, the noise and excitement of the country's election campaign seems far away as locals confront...

Karamoja receives over 286.2 metric tonnes...

Speaking at the handover ceremony of grains for the year 2017 held at Namalu prisons on Thursday in Nakapiripirit district, the minister for Karamoja affairs...

US pledges more aid to Uganda

Malac said the aid will provide emergency food and nutrition assistance, medical care and security to those affected by the fighting in Uganda’s neighbouring...

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