Africa Struggles for carbon-neutral future

By Daniel Plafker & E K Benj updated at 1611 GMT on 2nd Sep 2021 On August 9, the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) issued its most damning assessment yet of the world’s progress towards avoiding the most devastating impacts of human-caused climate change. In what more than 230 scientists called a ‘code red for humanity,’ the…

Uganda is My Homeland- Demystifying UN Top Envoy’s Message in Gulu.

By E K Benj Updated at 0327 GMT on Tuesday 19 May 21 GULU United Nations Ambassador to Uganda H.E Rosa Malango on Monday started her first engagement with inspiring Ugandans to love and secure their country beginning with their homes. Addressing Young people gathering at Whitaker Peace & Development Initiative founded by Forest Steven…

Climate change: Uganda under threat from a melting glacier

By Pablo Uchoa Climate change Ronah Masika remembers when she could still see the snowy caps of the Rwenzori mountains, a Unesco World Heritage site on the border between Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. The view was stunning every time she travelled from her home in Kasese town to the Ugandan capital, Kampala…

M7 wants Youth Partnership to Save Uganda’s Forests & Wetlands

STATE HOUSE- ENTEBBE By E. K Benj. Updated at 16:40 GMT on Friday 12th February, 2021 Ahead of United Nations Wildlife Day scheduled 3rd March, Uganda’s President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni on Wednesday (10th February 2021) at State House, Entebbe held an extra ordinary 4 hours engagement with representatives of 25 youth led organisations under their…

”Do you want us to be like Libya? ” M7 Minister.

Wakiso, Uganda – By our reporter. Uganda’s State Minister for Primary Education and Woman Member of Parliament for Wakiso, Rosemary Nansubuga Sseninde on Thursday (10th Dec 2020) while campaigning in Kikajjo, Mankidye to retain her seat ahead of the general elections in January 2021 called upon women to support President Yoweri Kaguta T Museveni. Click…