The police in the town have also joined in on the action rather than sabotaging it.
The activists have emphasized the importance of planting medicinal and fruit trees in order to ensure a long and healthy future.
They have set a target to raise green forestry by 9% today and 50% in the future.We cannot exclude environmental justice from social justice and the Bushenyi chapter are encouraging us all to work together to build a world that is secure, clean, and sustainable for everyone.
This is also a wake-up call for police officers around the country to join in on such constructive reform instead of engaging in violence.
Saving River Rwizi Green Trek around Mbarara Town marked to be Memorable as a thousands of empty plastics bottles we're collected around the City. With Communities involved, this campaign was all about Creating awareness as far as better health is concerned. It was all about collecting of plastic materials that all along have been making life hard on River Rwizi, whereby it's depth had reduced, it's ability to support Aquatic life ceased as well as reduced water pressure of this Mbarara serving River. According to Dr Semakura Jibril Owomugisha, Chief Executive Officer Million Trees National Initiative Uganda, MTNi-Ug; He requested the Government of Uganda to halt all operating licenses for all bottling companies who have failed to set up trapping systems of collecting back the empty plast...
The Department of Meteorological Services (DMS) informs the public that during the period of May to July 2021 largely normal with a tendency to below-normal temperatures are likely to occur over the extreme north of the country whilst normal to above normal temperatures are expected over the rest of the country. Accordingly: • Temperatures over the extreme northern parts of the country (Northern Ngamiland and Chobe) are expected to be largely normal with a tendency to below.
• Temperatures over Southern Ngamiland and northern parts of the Central Districts are expected to be normal with a tendency to above. Normal maximum and minimum temperatures are 27.4°C and 9°C respectively.
• Temperatures over the eastern parts of the country (Northeast and southern parts of the Central Distric...
According to Butembe chiefdom Prime Minister, Mr Munaaba Paul, he explained that all along Basoga are known of sugar canes farming neglecting other short term plants that can yield a lot of Money, foods and Jobs to Communities around Busoga. He explained that Busoga has a very good soil with humus that can support Fruit Planting, Aquaculture as well as tree planting. He went ahead to urge all Communities to use the opportunity brought in by Million Trees National Initiative Uganda, MTNi-Ug to end poverty, unemployment, hunger while growing more Million Trees in every county.
Chief Munaaba Paul, showing his Aquaculture Project to Chief Executive Officer of Million Trees National Initiative Uganda, MTNi-Ug Dr Semakura Jibril Owomugisha. He explains how much he's growing fish in his H...
Mr Byamungu Elias (CAO Rukungiri District) Vs Dr Semakura Jibril Owomugisha (CEO MTNi-Ug) while receiving the MTNi-Ug Forest Development Plan For Rukungiri District For the Period of 2019 to 2029. MTNi-Ug is abroad based Organization that also improve Household income, Food Security and Agro-industrialization by donating short term plants like Vegetable seeds, Organic fertilizers and pesticides to peasants, Fruit plant Seedlings for Agroforestry in Uganda.
District leaders lead by Chief Administrative Officer Mr Byamungu Elias, Ass. RDC, Production Officer, all in place for the launch
Mr Byamungu Elias (CAO Rukungiri District) Vs Dr Semakura Jibril Owomugisha (CEO MTNi-Ug) growing a Fruit tree at Rukungiri District Headquarters.
Million Trees National Initiative Uganda (MTNi-Ug) ...
Andreas K Andrews:
Climate journalism in particular but science journalism in general today has lost a great icon and mentor in Patrick
The late Patrick Luganda
For those who may not be aware, Patrick's mother Nnalongo Luganda (right) was buried on Sunday in Iganga and unfortunately Patrick couldnt attend bcoz he was already in ICU.
I have known Patrick for over 30 years as a workmate at New Vision and later as my boss in an 18 month project to train climate journalists under the Network of Climate Scientists of the Greater Horn of Africa (NECJOGHA).
Patrick left New Vision several years before I did to go and concentrate on NECJOGHA and other climate and farming related NGOs he had formed.