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Why the East African Community Integration Process Could Benefit From Adopting a More Sustainability ‘Menu’ in 2017

UCSD participated and made an input at the meeting convened for the private sector and civil society by the Ministry of East African Community Affairs, in the build up to the fifth Annual East African Community Secretary General’s Forum under the theme: ’15 years of EAC: Towards a Borderless Community’.

The Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21), in cooperation with the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO), on Thursday published the latest in its series of regional reports on the state of renewable energy.

From November 7th to 18th 2016, Marrakech city in Morocco will be a bee hive of activity marking the 22 Conference of Parties on Climate Change-COP22.

Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development is working with National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) Jinja and Iganga through a grant from Tetratech / USAID East Africa to implement the Planning for Resilience in East Africa through Policy, Research and Economic Development (PREPARED) Project that contribute towards building NWSC service delivery improvement and development of an interactive and supportive customer outreach framework.

Kenya has just made history by setting alight the largest ever mound of ivory - 105 tonnes of tusks piled in pyramids, some three metres high (10 feet).

Kenya has just made history by setting alight the largest ever mound of ivory - 105 tonnes of tusks piled in pyramids, some three metres high (10 feet).

The World Wildlife Day was first marked on March 3, 2015. This Day was established by the UN General Assembly and facilitated by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), to celebrate the planet’s extraordinary array of wildlife, as well as to raise awareness around illegal wildlife trade.

Members of Gobay Cage Fish Farmers’ group in Kyebe, Rakai district are devastated after their fish cages were vandalized and their fish stolen. The cage frames and bags were destroyed and fish stock worth twelve million five hundred and sixty nine thousand (12,569,000) of table size fish with an average weight of 450g/fish (5,656kgs) was stolen. The project had seven cages four of them are of size (2 X 3 X 1.5) metres one of size (2 X 2 X 2) and two of size (5 X 5 X 2.5) metres.

Members of Gobay Cage Fish Farmers’ group in Kyebe, Rakai district are devastated after their fish cages were vandalized and their fish stolen. The cage frames and bags were destroyed and fish stock worth twelve million five hundred and sixty nine thousand (12,569,000) of table size fish with an average weight of 450g/fish (5,656kgs) was stolen. The project had seven cages four of them are of size (2 X 3 X 1.5) metres one of size (2 X 2 X 2) and two of size (5 X 5 X 2.5) metres.

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