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Itangazo riturutse mu Biro bya Minisitiri w'Intebe riravuga ko Perezida wa Repubulika yashyizeho Abajyanama mu Nama Njyanama y'Umujyi wa Kigali. Dr Jeannette BAYISENGE Gentille MUSENGIMANAGilbert MUHUTU Regis MUGEMANSHURO Dr Ernest NSABIMANA

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URBAN WASTE MANAGEMENT

Read all the ongoing waste management in some Africa countries through the link belowRead here: https://www.afrik21.africa/en/category/sustainable-cities/urban-waste-management/

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Uganda’s Minister for Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries, Mr Vincent Ssempijja, has announced the decision of the government on issuance of birth certificates to cows and registering of farmers, Igbere TV reports. According to reports, Ssempijja, while speaking at the official opening of the National Agricultural Show at the Source of the Nile grounds in Jinja on Tuesday, said the move was necessary, so ensure the traceability of their products and to enable them to benefit from the international market. Ssempijja said, “They (international market) want to know where the products are coming from; they have been impounding and banning all consignments from Uganda if they find one box with issues.” The minister added, “Farmers will be registered and their products given barcodes so that if they find a problem with one box, they look for the source and sort out the problem. We cannot enter the lucrative market unless farmers register.’’ ‘‘For cattle farmers, it is going to be worse. You will be registered as a farmer, the cow will be registered, numbered and will have a birth certificate because the importers of our products demand meat for cows aged between 15 to 24 months. So we are going to sell depending on their age,” he added. Source; http://igberetvnews.com/?p=831142

Uganda’s Minister for Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries, Mr Vincent Ssempijja, has announced the decision of the government on issuance of birth certificates to cows and registering of farmers, Igbere…

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