Thursday, October 21, 2021

African countries struggle to find the coronavirus test kits they need

April Zhu |The New Humanitarian Freelance journalist based in Nairobi, Kenya NAIROBI ‘Even where there is enough money, many African health authorities are unable...

Why refugees are a welcome group, in Uganda?

Author: Speak and Tembo FM In the report of 31 Jan 2018 UNHCR estimates over 17, 000 South Sudanese refugees registered in...

Starvation is increasingly becoming South Sudan’s cancer

Article by Felix  Ochola Looming famine in some parts of South Sudan threaten to spark mass exodus of the country’s young population. Authorities...

Uganda closes border with South Sudan, fear Covid-19 spread

Uganda and South Sudan have not yet reported any confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) infection. But the two countries have employed...

Coronavirus: Lockdown and teenage pregnancy dilemma, Koboko Uganda

By Adiidi Rasul, Spirit fm Schools have been one of the promising guarantee against teenage pregnancies since underage...

IDPs in Ezo seek support as Inter-tribal fight in Tombura intensifies.

By, Emmanuel Joseph, Anisa Radio Thousands of Internally Displaced Persons are seeking asylum in Ezo county...

WPFD: Protect media and journalists from violence, activists cryout.

By Ojok Darious Kidomua, Easter Radio Every 3rd of May is a day dedicated to commemorate...

Amuru district’s Lajalula amongst millions left out of clean water supply.

By: Okello Jesus Ojara, Speak Fm.  Study by the water.org states that 8 million Ugandans lack...

Radio as a community builder

Syndicate (©The Niles) For more than 21 years, refugees from South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo have lived peacefully alongside...

Students in refugee settlements take turns sitting in classrooms to study.

By Mega FM Big number of South Sudanese refugees and asylum seekers overwhelms Uganda’s refugee-hosting Lamwo District. The district receives new arrivals...

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