Livestock Health and Climate Smart Farming Practices

[Monitor] Livestock farming is ideal in supporting farmers’ and traders’ livelihoods but has been greatly impacted by climate change. Eseri Watsemwa talks to Dr Moses Dhikusooka, a livestock researcher and expert on disease surveillance. He is one of t…

[Monitor] Livestock farming is ideal in supporting farmers' and traders' livelihoods but has been greatly impacted by climate change. Eseri Watsemwa talks to Dr Moses Dhikusooka, a livestock researcher and expert on disease surveillance. He is one of the facilitators at the May 27 Farm Clinic, sharing on ways animals can survive the current climatic conditions in order to increase yields.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

When Eating Food Relief, You Are Eating Our Roads – Museveni

[Monitor] Pallisa -President Museveni used the International Labour Day celebrations yesterday at Saza Grounds, Kamuge Sub-county in Pallisa District, to criticise the on-going relief food distribution, referring to the move as “very, very dangerous.”

[Monitor] Pallisa -President Museveni used the International Labour Day celebrations yesterday at Saza Grounds, Kamuge Sub-county in Pallisa District, to criticise the on-going relief food distribution, referring to the move as "very, very dangerous."

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Bone Marrow Transplant Will Save Two Brothers

[Monitor] Lucas and Louis Masiga look playful in just about every photograph their parents proudly show off. Awesome and loving boys is how their mother Juliet Masiga describes them.

[Monitor] Lucas and Louis Masiga look playful in just about every photograph their parents proudly show off. Awesome and loving boys is how their mother Juliet Masiga describes them.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

It Was Labour Day, but the Workers Are Going, Going, Gone

[Monitor] Monday was Labour (May) Day, the occasion when they honour the hard working people and toiling masses of the world. The thing with Labour Day, is that it could be the first one to become irrelevant, because of technological change.

[Monitor] Monday was Labour (May) Day, the occasion when they honour the hard working people and toiling masses of the world. The thing with Labour Day, is that it could be the first one to become irrelevant, because of technological change.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

How Ugandan Traders Abandon Cattle for Donkey Business

[Monitor] Karamoja -Cattle traders in Karamoja have turned to dealing in donkeys because of the proceeds in the new trade. Currently, trade in donkeys is booming in the pastoralist communities of Karamoja of Uganda and Turkana of neighbouring Kenya.

[Monitor] Karamoja -Cattle traders in Karamoja have turned to dealing in donkeys because of the proceeds in the new trade. Currently, trade in donkeys is booming in the pastoralist communities of Karamoja of Uganda and Turkana of neighbouring Kenya.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Maize Shortage Raises Price of Poultry Feeds

[Monitor] Kampala -The current scarcity of maize in the country has driven many smallholder poultry farmers out of business due to the increasing prices of poultry feeds.

[Monitor] Kampala -The current scarcity of maize in the country has driven many smallholder poultry farmers out of business due to the increasing prices of poultry feeds.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Address Deteriorating Media Environment

[Monitor] As we mark World Press Freedom Day, we remind those currently occupying positions of power about the importance of media freedom, especially now that the space for the media in Uganda is seriously constrained.

[Monitor] As we mark World Press Freedom Day, we remind those currently occupying positions of power about the importance of media freedom, especially now that the space for the media in Uganda is seriously constrained.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Why We Must Reset Uganda’s Economy

[Monitor] In 2009, my wife and I met Mr Gordon Wavamunno to brief him on the preparation for the Akamai Success Series breakfast where he was due to speak. When we told Mr Wavamunno the people who had spoken at previous events, he singled out Mr Andrew…

[Monitor] In 2009, my wife and I met Mr Gordon Wavamunno to brief him on the preparation for the Akamai Success Series breakfast where he was due to speak. When we told Mr Wavamunno the people who had spoken at previous events, he singled out Mr Andrew Rugasira of Good African Coffee.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda