AIIJ begins a four-year investigative journalism fellowship focused on democracy and human rights

The AIIJ Executive believes that during this fellowship, journalists will be empowered to conduct real investigations…

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Lusciously endowed Jane reveals Patrick’s eroticism ahead of their cultural marriage

Jane comes from the famous clan in Lango, known as Mua-otiratok, while Patrick is from Okarowok-wiibie…

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How sex workers are exploited in Northern Uganda

Even though sex work is illegal under Uganda’s 1950 Penal Code Act, Mugisha says it feels…

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How factional boda-boda association is causing chaos in Gulu City

tndNews understands that one thing breeding leadership conflict is shs20m President Museveni is said to have…

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The effects of open border on HIV/AIDS and TB patients in Madi

Logoba HC3 is currently treating 30 HIV/AIDS patients from refugee settlement camps including others from neighboring…

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Lira City

Lira City: Female footballers mistaken for being queer but ‘their candles burn brighter amid struggles’

She-Scorpions FC, based in Lira City is established to gather young girls and women who are…

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The mysterious deaths of northern Uganda’s finest men 

Minister Engola's killing has caused more questions than answers as Police and other security agencies say…

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Dr Micheal Ambaku: From medical superintendent of the hospital to practising Agroecology

Ambaku said the land in which he is practicing agriculture is still virgin and thinks using…

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Hepatitis B

Uptake of Hepatitis B vaccines still low among refugees and host communities in West Nile

From 2020 to 2022, according to the acting district health officer, of the 13,000 people tested…

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Kole women spearhead community mobilisation for roads maintenance

The rural women have now transformed roads in their communities with both now widely experienced and…

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