News & Events

COVID19: Government recruits more health workers

Government has embarked on a recruitment process for over 220 health workers to support the COVID-19 response in the country.

11 Children test positive for COVID-19

11 children of Watoto Church Choir have tested positive for COVID-19.

COVID-19: Government introduces Free online learning platform

The ministry of education and sports has introduced a free of charge learning platform for learners at both primary and secondary level.

Baby who tested positive for COVID19 transferred to Mulago hospital

The baby who tested positive for Corona Virus Disease has since been transferred to Mulago hospital.

KEEPING SAFE: GUIDELINES ON COVID-19

The International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), UNICEF and the World Health Organization (WHO) issued new guidance to help protect children and schools from transmission of the COVID-19 virus.

Teacher kills child: She died due to a blood clot

Police have arrested a teacher who caused the death of a child.

Ugandan girls who were rescued from Kenya find their way back

96 Ugandan girls who were recently rescued from Kenya in a joint operation between Uganda and Kenyan security forces have since gone back.

High Sound for Children trains student- Journalists on Reporting on Children.

High Sound for Children has trained journalism students at Cavendish University on reporting on Children. This is intended to produce a generation of journalists who are well conversant with Child-reporting.

Land and Conflict: Shot Child loses sight

It started just like any other day and little Ponsiano Sewankambo woke up and headed to school. Little did he know that this would be a day to remember, for the rest of his life.

70Year old man defiles five year old grand daughter

By URN. Police in Hoima District have arrested a 70-year-old man on allegations of defiling his 5-year-old granddaughter.

PLE results out: Girls beat boys

The Uganda Examinations Board has released the 2019 Primary leaving examination showing an improvement in the performance with more than 69,000 pupils passing in division one.

Over 400 babies born on the first day of 2020 Worldwide

Over 3,900 babies were born in Uganda on New Year’s Day. Ugandan babies accounted for approximately one per cent of the estimated 392,078 babies born worldwide on the first day of the year 2020.