Kampala — The government has warned of impending famine in most parts of the country, cautioning traders to limit food exports and families to start food rationing.
At least 70 families in Budaka town council in Budaka District have been left homeless after heavy downpour accompanied by hailstorms ravaged their houses and gardens.
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Moyo — Farmers under Robijame Farmers' Group in Palorinya East Village, Itula Sub-county in Moyo District, are set to benefit from Shs1.8b irrigation scheme project developed by Food and Agricultur
Kagadi — More than 30 people especially children have been hospitalised following measles outbreak in Kagadi District.
Kenya's fresh produce farmers on Wednesday called on the government to provide a conducive business environment to help make the horticultural sector competitive.
Peter Alisengawa, a farmer in Namungwale village in eastern Uganda, was struggling to grow enough maize to support his family a few years ago.
Ntoroko — Cattle keepers in Ntoroko District have lost more than 500 head of cattle following drought since January.
Jinja — The Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) says it has seized 15 tonnes of ivory from within and outside Uganda over the past five years.
The Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund (EAIF), a PIDG company, has agreed to a $27 million loan to Kikagati Power Company Limited to aid in the building of a 14MW run-of-the-river hydro electricit
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