It is oil versus gorillas. Oil is a precious extractive buried under the landscape where the Mountain gorillas stay.

Apart from guiding national efforts to mitigate and adapt to impact of climate change, Maikut said “Such a law should also spell out punitive measures to be used against Ugandans engaged in activit

If you thought that ‘wasting’ that extra cup of water to wash your face when you could have used one was insignificant, think twice.

After nearly three decades of depending on silted water from Lake Cohoha in southern Rwanda, Mukahigiro Davita, one of the residents living in the villages along the banks of this lake, now fetche

GENEVA - The Zika virus strain linked to surging cases of neurological disorders and birth defects in Latin America has now been found in Africa, health officials said Friday, as the first fatality

The director of health services in the ministry of health, Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng has warned the public against eating contaminated food to avoid cholera.

New findings about toilet coverage in the country have rekindled old questions about the need to formulate a law that makes it compulsory for every household to have a toilet facility.

The Forestry Sector Support Department (FSSD) under the ministry of Water and Environment has received a grant worth $250,000 about (sh850m) to help the sector develop the investment plan.

THE Government of Uganda has promised to restore up to 2.5 million hectares of degraded and deforested landscapes by 2030.

The National Environmental Management Authority (NEMA) is proposing a total ban on the production, importation and exportation of products containing mercury, says Dr Gerald Sawula, the NEMA Deput