By Andrew Masinde New Vision/NECJOGHA After grappling with the problem of food storage for many years, farmers in Kitembe village, Rweikiniro sub-county in Ntungamo district have a reason to smile. They are set to get improved storage facilities courtesy of...
By David Luganda AFMC/NECJOGHA Kampala, Uganda - It takes a long time for a person  to become a science journalist, apart from the media coverage we have a big responsibility  as individuals in the media to help and push young...
By Fredrick Kiwanuka, Nev Vision/NECJOGHA NAKASONGOLA- The defence ministry has apologized to the fishing communities in Nakasongola over recent incidents, in which the UPDF fisheries reinforcement personnel are said to have inflicted torture on fishermen on Lake Kyoga. At least one...
By New vision/NECJOGHA  The subject of sustainable packaging is predicted to become the number one challenge facing companies by 2023, beating out cost and other issues, according to a 2018 study on the future sustainable packaging by Smithers Pira. Millions of...
By Walukhu Simon Peter, Step FM/NECJOGHA Mbale, Uganda - Vendors of Kikindu market Mbale town located along Mbale – Soroti highway are counting losses following the heavy rain on Monday night that lasted for hours resulting into floods that...
By Ben Parker. The New Humanitarian Senior Editor Contact: WhatsApp/Signal/SMS: +44 7808 791 267 Hundreds of thousands of people in East Africa are affected by heavy rains and floods linked to record-breaking temperature changes in the Indian Ocean. The western Indian Ocean...
By WILSON KUTAMBA &AL-MAHDI SSENKABIRWA, Daily Monitor/ NECJOGHA  Livestock farmers in Kyalulangira Sub-county, Rakai District, have resorted to use of Dudu Guard, a local pesticide, to fight ticks. Dudu Guard is used to kill pests such as banana weevils and...
By MICHEAL WONIALA, Daily Monitor/ NECJOGHA  Barley growing farmers in Sebei- Sub-region are crying foul after their produce was rejected by their sole buyer, Nile Breweries Limited (NBL). Mr Onapito Ekomoloit, the Legal and Corporate Affairs director of NBL, said the...
By Dorothy Nakaweesi, Daily Monitor/NECJOGHA Coffee is Uganda’s leading export commodity, ranking the country as Africa’s biggest exporter and second producer. At least 1.7 million households (10.7million people) in Uganda depend on coffee. Of these, 60 per cent are women. But...
By Robert Atuhairwe, New vision/NECJOGHA The government has introduced standard operating procedures to be followed by schools to establish demonstration gardens. The initiative is aimed at providing practical learning on different technologies of micronutrient -rich foods and the utilisation of community-based...

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