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UWA Puts Shs 10m Bounty On National Park Lion Killers

UWA Puts Shs 10m Bounty On National Park Lion Killers

The Uganda Wildlife Authority has promised shs 10 million to whoever apprehends the lion killers of the Queen Elizabeth national park. Unknown people are suspected to have involved themselves in the killing of 6 lions from the wildlife reserve. On Friday, six lions were found dead after suspected poisoning in the Ishasha sector southwest of Uganda. UWA, however, announced on ...

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Discover The Contaminants Potentially In Your Drinking Water

Discover The Contaminants Potentially In Your Drinking Water

You probably turn on the faucet without thinking too much about what is coming out. The water is clear and has a distinctive aroma. As far as most people are concerned that means it’s clean and safe to drink. That’s what is really interesting! If you had brown water coming out of your taps you would assume there was an ...

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Climate Change: European Union Earmarks Shs12b To Save Part of Uganda’s Forest Cover

European Union Earmarks Shs12b To Save Part of Uganda's Forest Cover

The European Union (EU) has earmarked €2.9m (over Shs12.5 billion) to boost two disaster risk management projects in the refugee host districts of Isingiro, Kyegegwa, Kamwenge and Kikuube. The two projects are; strengthening resilience through enhanced local disaster risk management capacities. And strengthening emergency preparedness and inclusive natural resources management in refugee-hosting districts. The two European Union projects will be ...

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Climate Change Can Impact The Spread Of Malaria In Africa

Climate Change Can Impact Spread Of Malaria In Africa

Research focused on Ethiopia’s Oromia region shows that a slowdown in global warming led to lower the spread of malaria. The slowdown in global warming seen at the end of the last century was a reflection by a decline in malaria transmission in the Ethiopian highlands. This is according to a study on published Wednesday. Barcelona Institute for Global Health ...

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UN Report Says Green Recovery Can Revive Covid-Hit African Economy, Tackle Climate Change

UN Report Says Green Recovery Can Revive Covid-Hit African Economy

The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) says in a report published on Monday that investment in green stimulus projects would be the most cost-effective way to revive African economy that has been badly hit by COVID-19 pandemic. The report also added that this would strike a blow against climate change. Findings of the report titled Building Forward for ...

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