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UWA FUNDRAISING FOR SILVER-BACK GORILLA CONSERVATION

BY RICHARD DRASIMAKU ARUA: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 2022 The Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) has launched a fundraising campaign aimed at mobilizing resources for conservation of Silver-back Gorillas. UWA- Bwindi, in partnership with  “GORILLAS  our friends FOREVER” Conservation Through Public Health (CTPH), Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology (MPI-Evan), and local …

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SAVING MT KEI FOREST FROM CROSS BORDER CRIMINALS

BY RICHARD DRASIMAKU MOUNT KEI: FRIDAY, Jun 24, 2022 This story was produced with support from the Rainforest Journalism Fund in partnership with the Pulitzer Center. A rough, dusty road from Yumbe town in West Nile sub-region of Uganda passes through Mount Kei national forest reserve (formally known as Mount …

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OKURINDA EIRINDIRO RYEKIBIRA EKYA OMUSHOZI GWA MT KEI KURUGA AHABATAHIRIZI

BY RICHARD DRASIMAKU MOUNT KEI: FRIDAY, Jun 24, 2022 This story was produced with support from the Rainforest Journalism Fund in partnership with the Pulitzer Center. Aruguto rubi, rwomucuncu Kuruga omu Town eya Yumbe omukyanga ekya westnile omu Uganda niruraba  aha mushozi gwirindiro ryebibira ogwa Kei (ogwabire nigumanwa nka  Mount Kei White Rhino Sanctuary). …

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OYAM DISTRICT EYES 40% INCREASE IN VEGETABLE PRODUCTION THROUGH IRRIGATION

BY CHRIS JAMES WOO OYAM: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 2022 Oyam district in northern Uganda is eyeing a 40% increment in vegetable production through promotion of smallholder irrigation farming. However the district is placing its faith in the German Development Agency, GIZ to help it realize that vision. Last week it …

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WHY GIRLS MUST UGANDA IS TRAINING WOMEN ON SAFE BROWSING

BY RICHARD DRASIMAKU ARUA: MONDAY, JUNE 20, 2022 Over the weekend, Girls Must Uganda, a local civil society organization, summoned over 20 young women activists, feminists, rights defenders, councilors, probation officers and journalists in Kabale and Rukiga districts for a lesson on digital safety. Maurine Tukahirwa, the chief Executive Officer …

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