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Compensate Ngikarimojong who lost animals in UPDF protected kraals
On the night of January 28th 2010, hundreds of cattle owners and families in Namalu Sub County lost an estimated 5000 herd of cattle to suspected Pokot raiders at a UPDF protecte...
Karamoja's Enduring Battle to Educate
Achieving Millennium Development Goal on Education (MDG2) for Karamoja remains a wild dream, less than three years...
Now is the time to rebuild Karamoja Roads
Kaabong Bridge collapsed as a result of torrential rains late last year Between the months of May to November last year, Karamoja experienced heavy rains and floods that affecte...
Increase Support to Pastoralism in Karamoja
Government and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) support to pastoralism in Karamoja has dwindled in recent years, with many government programs and NGOs increasing their su...
District Specific - Kaabong
Do you think Government is doing enough to avert food shortage disasters in Karamoja?
Yes - 14.3%
No - 78.6%
Not sure - 3.6%
Do not know - 3.6%
The voting for this poll has ended
Mathany hospital dresses Karamoja’s wounded souls
Nakapiripirit officials vacate office over Shs1b
Authority needs Shs200 billion to work on roads across country
Kidepo National Park oldest elephant lives on local brew
Wildfires kill 10, displace 1,000
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