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WANG-LEI IN PAKWACH TO BECOME A UNESCO HERITAGE

BY GEOFREY ACHORA PAKWACH: THURSDAY, MAY 05, 2022 Wang-Lei, the point of separation of Nyipir and Labongo,  the forbearers of the Alur and Acholi people is undergoing the process of becoming a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) world heritage. Located about 100 metres from the iconic Pakwach …

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NILE VALLEY VOYAGES TO PROMOTE TOURISM IN OBONGI

BY RICHARD DRASIMAKU OBONGI: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 02, 2021  Nile Valley voyages ltd, a local tour company, has unveiled plans to promote tourism along the Albert Nile with the main station at Obongi district. Former Obongi County Member of Parliament, Kaps Hassan Fungaro, who has insider knowledge of the operations of …

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Uganda Tourism Board Promotes Tourism And Trade Opportunities At Dubai Expo 2020

BY JOHNISANI OCAKACON KAMPALA: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 06, 2021 Uganda Tourism Board (UTB) is actively promoting Uganda’s tourism and trade opportunities at the Dubai Expo 2020 showpiece. The Chief Executive Officer Uganda Tourism Board, Lilly Ajarova while in Dubai during a breakout meeting at the Tourism, Trade and Investment Forum, said …

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Poachers’ den turns wildlife haven: the story of Ajai

This solutions journalism project investigating whether helping people fight poverty could protect wildlife was produced BY RICHARD DRASIMAKU with support from InfoNile and Internews’ Earth Journalism Network.  MADI-OKOLLO. On the lush compound of the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) field office, a group of vervet monkeys forage for insects and food.  …

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