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Farm school trainees showcase newly acquired skills

RAKAI. Kitovu Mobile, under Mobile Farm School programme, on 25 October graduated 278 trainees from Lwamagwa and Byakabanda Sub-Counties, who were skilled in sustainable modern farming practices. There was a lot making news during the graduation and handover ceremony which was held at Rakai District headquarters, but the students’ testimonies regarding how

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Stigma against HIV/AIDs patients high

An index survey among people living with and affected by HIV/Aids in central and south-western Uganda has shown that stigma, both internal and external, is still very high. The one year survey conducted by Nsambya Home Care (NHC) and Kitovu Mobile (KM), both Aids support organisastions, in partnership with the

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