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Sunday School children test postive of the deadly Sars CoV-2 in Uganda

Kampala– Authorities in Uganda are increasingly concerned over the rising numbers of new infection in the country. This comes as 11 members of the famous Watoto church choir tested positive with the Sars CoV-2. The choir who had been on a 14 days mandatory quarantine had just returned from a musical tour of the United […]

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GORILLA AND CHIMPANZEE TRACKING PERMIT RESERVATION GUIDELINES-2020

The above guidelines will help you plan your gorilla and chimpanzee tracking and trekking safari to Uganda. To find out more valued information on gorilla tracking and trekking in Uganda, you can consider the Top 75 Africa travel blogs to find out more information on Gorilla and Chimpanzee tracking and trekking in Uganda

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Travelers stranded as Floods cut off Packwach Bridge

Dozens of travelers to west Nile, Dr. Congo and South Sudan are stranded after River Nile burst its banks rendering the section of the Karuma-Packwach road inaccessible. According to a notice issued by the Uganda national roads authority two days ago, a section of the road after Packwach Bridge is “temporarily closed to the public.” […]

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Death toll from Kenya landslides rises to 56 as heavy rains lash country’s north west

MOMBASA (Reuters) – The death toll from landslides in northwestern Kenya triggered on Saturday by unusually heavy rains has risen to at least 56 people, a local official said. The downpour began on Friday in West Pokot County, which borders Uganda, and worsened overnight, causing flooding and mudslides that swept away four bridges and left […]

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Somalia Struggles After Worst Flooding in Recent History

By Associated Press November 14, 2019 05:01 AM MOGADISHU, SOMALIA – Ahmed Sabrie woke up to find his house half-submerged in fast-rising flood waters. Frightened and confused, he herded sleepy family members onto the roof of their home in central Somalia as scores of thousands of people in the town, Beledweyne, scrambled for their lives. […]

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Mozambique: New Water System in Vanduzi Inaugurated

Maputo — Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi declared on Thursday that his government is determined to ensure that the public has access to clean drinking water in order to prevent the spread of water-borne diseases. He was speaking at a rally in Vanduzi district in the central province of Manica, after inaugurating a water supply system […]

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