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Kiryandongo Is Our New Home; Bududa Community Assures Minister Ecweru

The Bududa community who were resettled in Kiryandongo district following the 2010 landslides in Bududa have assured the minister for disaster preparedness Musa Ecweru of their happy stay and existence in KIryandongo district. This was during an impromptu visit by the minister to Bududa community on Tuesday 30th October 2018 at Panyadoli Hills primary school to find out if the allegations that the people who were resettled went back to their initial home area Bududa.

The Government is on Course, CAO Assures Committee

The Chief Administrative Officer Kiryandongo has assured the parliamentary committee on government assurance that the government of Uganda is on course as regards fulfilling the project promises made to the people of Kiryandongo district.

David Wamburu Wasikye, the CAO Kiryandongo was addressing the members of the Committee on government assurance on September 18, 2018 at the district headquarters who had paid a visit to Kiryandongo to monitor and find out the extent of implementation of the promises made on the floor of parliament in relation to Kiryandongo.

Officers Trained in Performance and Management

The ministry of Public Service has trained the Officers from Kiryandongo District Local Government on Performance and Management.

The training organized by the Principal Human Resource Officer Kiryandongo, Violet Murungi at the Youth Resource Centre on June 14, 2018 targeted the Heads of Departments, Town clerks, Medical in charges of health centers and other Officers.

The training is in line with capacity building efforts of the Human resource department aimed at improving the performance of Officers so as the set targets are met for timely service delivery.

Kiryandongo Calls for Support to the General Hospital

The chairman LCV Kiryandongo District, Charles Ntairehoki has called upon the Ministry of health and the Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development to intervene immediately and respond to the shortages caused by the tragic accident which occurred on Friday 25th May 2018 at Nanda in Kiryandongo District.

The chairman noted that the theatre, surgical and casualty wards were greatly affected in terms of supplies. All medicines and supplies such as gloves, antibiotics, IV fluids and fuel were used during an emergency.