Donors have lauded Uganda government's efforts and interventions to bring down the under-five mortality rate from 109 to 53 deaths per 1,000 live births between 2006-2016.

Distressed by alleged corruption at the ministry of Works and Transport, the World Bank is considering cancelling a $125 million (Shs 468.8bn) grant meant to improve transport on Lake Victoria as w

Inside East Africa’s largest national park, Ruaha in Tanzania, stands a group of conservationists with six carcasses of dead lions before them.

Government through ministry of Water and Environment has with immediate effect suspended any cutting, transportation and sale of shea nut and afzelia africana tree logs and their products.

To mitigate the effects of climate change, government, through the Environment ministry, is set to operationalise the ‘Tree Fund’.

Cabinet has approved the $3.55 billion inter-governmental agreement between Uganda and Tanzania for the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) Project.

National environmental body, Nema, has said it is satisfied with efforts undertaken so far by contractors of the Isimba and Karuma hydropower dams to protect the environment.

An earth with a Magnitude of 5.3 and a depth of 10km struck southwestern Uganda at 10:02:29am (EAT) today, Sunday.

During Monday’s heated NRM caucus meeting, some MPs confessed to receiving bribes from multinational companies to support the National Biotechnology and Biosafety Bill, popularly known as the GMO b

Uganda‘s push to have first oil by 2020 now looks more viable after it inked an intergovernmental agreement with the United Republic of Tanzania, paving the way for the construction of the crude oi

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