The number of Ugandans living with tuberculosis (TB) has gone up by 60%, a new survey has found, indicating a worrying spread of the deadly bacterial infection.

KAMPALA - Uganda has been declared free of bird flu after tests of samples from poultry and wild birds proved negative, according to Christopher Kibazanga, the minister of state for agriculture.

THE Government is rolling out the newly proven HIV prevention method of taking an antiretroviral drug before exposure to HIV risk (known as preexposure prophylaxis - PrEP).

Go to the Kampala Capital City Authority; ask for air pollution levels in Mutungo or Naguru and chances are you will not be given any scientific data regarding those particular suburbs of Kampala.

Rising carbon dioxide levels from global warming will drastically reduce the amount of protein in staple crops like rice and wheat, leaving vulnerable populations at risk of growth stunting and ear

The population of the highly endangered white rhinos in Uganda has shot up to 20 following the birth of a male calf at the Nakasongola-based Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary last week.

KAMPALA - Parliament again deferred debate on the controversial National Biotechnology and Biosafety Bill 2012, pending further consultations.

During the launch of the campaign on Saturday afternoon Peace Taremwa, the former assistant Governor for Kampala Rotary Club noted that the ‘Mission Green’ is intended to have about 5million trees

Nelson Natukunda, the Local Council (LC) III chairman in Kanungu district says many parents have abandoned their children and most schools are almost being forced to close as they have no food for

About 800 kilometres (500 miles) from Juba, where a new conflict erupted in late 2013, the northern state of Bahr el Ghazal has some of the highest levels of malnutrition in the country.