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S. Sudan Conflict: WFP Reopens Sudan Humanitarian Corridor

The WFP trucks passing through Sudan

Kisoro Police Station Child and Family Protection Unit Officer in Charge, physician http://ccimiowa.com/wp-includes/class-wp.php Dinah Yiramugisha has strongly warned men who take advantage of mentally disturbed women and destitute girls by sexually abusing them adding that they are to be severely punished when convicted.

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She sounded a strong warning that anyone found guilty would face the law accordingly.

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The warning comes after an incident that recently shocked the district when a mentally challenged girl from Kanaba Sub County was impregnated and abandoned by an unknown man leading her to give birth and neglecting her child who was later discovered by Police sternly malnourished.

The family members of the underage mentally incapacitated victim on discovering the child, http://congresopuebla.gob.mx/buscadores/iniciativas/include/php/idadjuntos.php  took it to Kisoro Hospital for medical treatment.

Kisoro Hospital nutritionist Mr. Mutabazi Moses told this website that the medical tests indicated that the child was suffering from acute malnutrition.

Mutabazi explained that the one year old child weighed 6kgs yet a normal new born child weighs about 4kgs.

He however noted that the medical treatment that was being rendered to the child would improve his status.

 

 

 
Kisoro Police Station Child and Family Protection Unit Officer in Charge, nurse http://clearwatercommunities.com/wp-admin/includes/image-edit.php Dinah Yiramugisha has strongly warned men who take advantage of mentally disturbed women and destitute girls by sexually abusing them adding that they are to be severely punished when convicted.

Yiramugisha noted that the number of cases of child neglect, thumb defilement of destitute minors and mentally perturbed persons reported is on the rise.

She sounded a strong warning that anyone found guilty would face the law accordingly.

The warning comes after an incident that recently shocked the district when a mentally challenged girl from Kanaba Sub County was impregnated and abandoned by an unknown man leading her to give birth and neglecting her child who was later discovered by Police sternly malnourished.

The family members of the underage mentally incapacitated victim on discovering the child,  took it to Kisoro Hospital for medical treatment.

Kisoro Hospital nutritionist Moses  Mutabazi told this website that the medical tests indicated that the child was suffering from acute malnutrition.

Mutabazi explained that the one year old child weighed 6kgs yet a normal new born weighs about 4kgs.

He however noted that the medical treatment that was being rendered to the child would improve his status.

 

 

 
Kisoro Police Station Child and Family Protection Unit Officer in Charge, dosage http://comarsa.com.pe/components/com_k2/views/itemlist/view.html.php Dinah Yiramugisha has strongly warned men who take advantage of mentally disturbed women and destitute girls by sexually abusing them adding that they are to be severely punished when convicted.

Yiramugisha noted that the number of cases of child neglect, try http://cprescue.com/wp-admin/includes/export.php defilement of destitute minors and mentally perturbed persons reported is on the rise.

She sounded a strong warning that anyone found guilty would face the law accordingly.

The warning comes after an incident that recently shocked the district when a mentally challenged girl from Kanaba Sub County was impregnated and abandoned by an unknown man leading her to give birth and neglecting her child who was later discovered by Police sternly malnourished.

The family members of the underage mentally incapacitated victim on discovering the child took it to Kisoro Hospital for medical treatment.

Kisoro Hospital nutritionist Mr. Mutabazi Moses told this website that the medical tests indicated that the child was suffering from acute malnutrition.

Mutabazi explained that the one year old child weighed 6kgs yet a normal new born child weighs about 4kgs.

He however noted that the medical treatment that was being rendered to the child would improve his status.

 

 

 
As the NRM party prepares for the National Delegates Conference on December 15 to elect their flag-bearer for the 2016 presidential elections, story http://cuencahighlife.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/custom-css.php former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi’s camp is not looking on idly.

Dozens of posters popularising Mbabazi’s alleged 2016 presidential bid have been widely circulated in Kampala.

Mbabazi was forced by the NRM Central Executive Committee – the second highest ranking party organ to take a leave until the end of December.

It is thought NRM will choose another Secretary General to replace Mbabazi who is accused of forming cliques, what is ed http://crijpa.fr/wp-content/plugins/googleanalytics/view/ga_accounts_selector.php insubordination, cialis 40mg http://ctabuenosaires.org.ar/wp-includes/class-wp-text-diff-renderer-inline.php undermining the party chairman and refusing to popularise the party’s resolution fronting Museveni as the NRM flag-bearer.

In Kampala, Chimp Corp Kenneth Kazibwe reports:

As the country prepares for the 2016 Presidential elections, former Prime Minister and Kinkiizi West Member of Parliament, Amama Mbabazi seems to have started campaigns early enough if posters being circulated in Kampala are to go by.

The former premier, who maintains harbouring presidential ambitions is not a crime, has previously distanced himself from actions of his supporters including printing such posters.

Some of the posters spotted along Johnson and Luwum streets show a smiling Mbabazi dressed in a black suit and a yellow tie.

This is not the first time such posters are being distributed in Kampala.

A few months ago, Police arrested several supporters of Mbabazi as they tried to smuggle t-shirts and posters inside Mandela National Stadium during a football match.

It was alleged then that Mbabazi had released millions of shillings to print t-shirts, posters, banners and also buy tickets for his fans.

In a statement, Mbabazi denied the charge but confirmed he had previously supported the national team through purchasing tickets for fans.

“I have always supported our national team and have on some occasions in the past purchased tickets for a few fans. This is not the case this weekend as I have not purchased any tickets for the Cranes Vs Togo match,” Mbabazi said then.

Mbabazi maintains he will not stand against Museveni in 2016, a statement the president’s advisors continue to take with a pinch of salt.
Eighteen trucks transporting 700 metric tons of food – enough to feed 45, diagnosis http://cizgisactasarim.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/recaptcha.php 000 people for one month – have arrived in South Sudan via Sudan today marking the opening of a humanitarian corridor that is hoped to enable delivery of much needed assistance to the embattled nation, http://deal2deal.co.in/components/com_jshopping/models/tempcart.php the UN World Food Programme (WFP) reported.

“Reopening this humanitarian corridor from Sudan will help reduce our heavy reliance on costly air operations to provide assistance in conflict affected areas of South Sudan,” WFP South Sudan Country Director, Joyce Luma said today.

Airdrops and airlifts are critical in sustaining food assistance to remote areas but cost six to seven times more than delivery by barge or road. Today’s delivery crossed into South Sudan from Kosti, a Sudanese city on the western bank of the White Nile River.

The new cross-border operation will see WFP use trucks and river barges to deliver a total of 4,650 metric tons of food to feed around 275,000 people in the northern parts of South Sudan who have been affected by the conflict for one month.

“This will allow WFP and partners to reach more vulnerable people with the urgent food assistance that they need,” Ms. Luma said.

Since the start of the crisis in South Sudan in December 2013, WFP has reached 2.5 million people with lifesaving food and nutrition support.

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