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INTERNATIONAL NEEDS UGANDA SUPPORTING FARMERS IN KAYUNGA DISTRICT

International Needs Uganda is supporting farmers in Kayunga District with assorted farm inputs and machinery at Parish level.

A total of 2500 farmers in the 10 parishes of Katikanyonyi, kirindi, Lusenke, Nampanyi, Kasana, Namukuma, Namirembe, Nabuganyi, Kiwangula and Namusaala make up the Beneficiaries list.

Since last financial year, the following items were distributed 9 Maize Threashers, 3 solar powered irrigation equipment, 44000 fish fingerings and feeds to Nampanyi fish farmers group, a livestock feed Machine among others.

LAUNCH OF BUSUNGIRE-NAMALERE-LUKUNYU ROAD

The District leadership together with the NRM Chairperson Kayunga District and District Technical staff convened for a meeting in Galiraya Subcounty.

The purpose of the meeting was to guide and plan for the 8km Road network of Busungire-Namalere-Lukunyu.

The scope of work includes Bush clearing, Road widening, grading, compaction among others and its estimated cost is 49M Shillings.

The Chief Administrative officer urged residents to take children to school who are engaged in fishing amidst school opening.

WORKSHOP ON THE USAGE OF TELA MACHINES BY THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SPORTS

A team from the MoES  held a training with Head teachers on the operationalisation of TELA system at Namagabi UMEA Primary School in Kayunga District.

The District Education Officer Mr Bubaale Dan urged School Heads to embrace the TELA system in schools and institutions to fight the challenge of absenteeism and late coming of Teachers and learners. A TELA system is a performance monitoring platform designed to monitor teacher, headteacher and learner’s attendance. 

 The DEO emphasised on the issue of submitting performance appraisal forms for the previous financial year.

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