Land Dispute Between Soroti University, Residents Deepens

[Monitor] Soroti -The land wrangle between Soroti University and the aggrieved residents of Apuuton village has deepened with the recent destruction of more properties, despite a court injunction stopping any form of violence against either party.

[Monitor] Soroti -The land wrangle between Soroti University and the aggrieved residents of Apuuton village has deepened with the recent destruction of more properties, despite a court injunction stopping any form of violence against either party.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

World Bank Earmarks Shs10 Billion for Safe Water in Pallisa

[Monitor] Pallisa -In a bid to address the prevailing water crisis in Pallisa Town Council and its environs, the World Bank (WB) has earmarked Shs10b for the construction of Kasodo water pump station.

[Monitor] Pallisa -In a bid to address the prevailing water crisis in Pallisa Town Council and its environs, the World Bank (WB) has earmarked Shs10b for the construction of Kasodo water pump station.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Moroto Mothers Shun Hospital Over Deaths

[Monitor] Moroto -A section of mothers in Moroto District, Karamoja sub-region have shunned giving birth at Moroto Regional Referral Hospital citing rampant mortality rates at the facility.

[Monitor] Moroto -A section of mothers in Moroto District, Karamoja sub-region have shunned giving birth at Moroto Regional Referral Hospital citing rampant mortality rates at the facility.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Stability – Let the Donors, Not the Opposition Speak to Government

[Monitor] This view has become a cliché. That Uganda’s political and social stability is uncertain ‘if the ruling NRM does not dialogue with the Opposition.’ When this comes out from the mouth of an ambassador from one of the so-called ‘development partners’ – the ones from Europe and the USA or from the head of a donor agency, it causes excitement.

[Monitor] This view has become a cliché. That Uganda's political and social stability is uncertain 'if the ruling NRM does not dialogue with the Opposition.' When this comes out from the mouth of an ambassador from one of the so-called 'development partners' - the ones from Europe and the USA or from the head of a donor agency, it causes excitement.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Apply Holistic Approach to Boost Farmers’ Returns

[Monitor] The government will no longer give seeds to farmers who grow certain crops. This was revealed by the State Minister for Agriculture, Mr Christopher Kibanzanga, in a story titled: ‘Govt phases out distribution of seeds’ in the Daily Monitor of…

[Monitor] The government will no longer give seeds to farmers who grow certain crops. This was revealed by the State Minister for Agriculture, Mr Christopher Kibanzanga, in a story titled: 'Govt phases out distribution of seeds' in the Daily Monitor of June 12.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Land Wasn’t Taken From Peasants and Given to the Kabaka, Chiefs

[Monitor] What is commonly known as mailo land or the land tenure system, which was introduced by the British in the central region, has in recent years been criticised by many people from outside Buganda. Most of these criticisms are false such as the…

[Monitor] What is commonly known as mailo land or the land tenure system, which was introduced by the British in the central region, has in recent years been criticised by many people from outside Buganda. Most of these criticisms are false such as the claim that the British took land from the peasants and dished it out to the king and his chiefs.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

PM Rugunda Visits Victims of Disputed Apaa Land Where Four People Were Killed

[Monitor] Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda in Norther visits the disputed Apaa land where an ethnic clash between the Acholi and Madi people last Wednesday left four dead, 21 injured and their huts burnt.

[Monitor] Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda in Norther visits the disputed Apaa land where an ethnic clash between the Acholi and Madi people last Wednesday left four dead, 21 injured and their huts burnt.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda