Agriculture

22nd Aug 2018

Lawyers Accuse Judiciary of Condoning Torture

Lawyers have faulted the Directorate of Public Prosecution for condoning torture by allowing tortured suspects to be arraigned in court.

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3rd Jun 2016

According to the UN report, development in the world’s poorest countries could be halted unless bold steps are taken now to prevent Read More

30th May 2016

It’s a windy, chilly morning, and Rosina Magalasi wakes up early to prepare porridge for her husband and grandchild. She peeps into the maize flour basket and immediately realizes that her family Read More

16th May 2016

Meet Madam Fulemara the owner and associate director of Rubyerwa Dairy Investments located in Rwanyamahembe, kashari County Mbarara District. In her story she confirms the fact that farming is Read More

11th May 2016

Catherine Nabutsale manages a classroom of 150 students, aged five to eight. She is a primary school teacher in the Sironko district of eastern Uganda, on the slopes of Mount Elgon.
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6th May 2016

On a sunny morning, Samuel Kinuthia and his two employees prepare a fresh strip of land to sow crops on his three-acre farm in Murang’a county, 85 kilometres outside Nairobi.

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27th Apr 2016

Tears roll down Henry Otim’s cheeks as he recalls the pain he experienced at the hands of the Lord’s Resistance Army. In northern Uganda, the Lord’s Resistance Army was well-known for abducting Read More

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