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“Have radio talk shows that link religion to environmental protection”, religious leaders urged.

By Hamza Kyeyune



Religious leaders from twelve districts from across Uganda have joined the “Greening Friday” campaign to fight climate change in the country. Greening Friday is a concept developed by hajjat Aphwa Ssebyala in 2010 aimed at re-greening the environment through religion. It is held every year on the second Friday of the holy month of…


Posted on July 23, 2013 at 22:30

Alliance of Religions and Conservation and Uganda Muslim Supreme Council strengthen ties to protect the environment

By Hamza Kyeyune

Muslim leaders in Uganda have pledged to continue integrating environmental conservation in their duties to protect the environment in accordance with the teachings of the qur’an.

This was disclosed by the Secretary General of Uganda Muslim Supreme Council (UMSC) Eng.  Siraje Kavuma when he met Ms Susie Weldon, an official from Alliance of Religions and Conservation (ARC) who…


Posted on January 12, 2013 at 22:30


By Hamza Kyeyune

As the campaign to mitigate climate change gathers pace, Makerere University Business School (MUBS) through the office of the University Mullah in conjunction with International Climate Champions has joined the struggle through launching the GREENING MUBS DAY. Addressing the congregation during JUMA Prayers at MUBS during Juma prayers,…


Posted on August 13, 2012 at 22:30


The Sugar Corporation of Uganda (SCOUL), part of the Mehta group, wants to clear one-third of Mabira Forest (around 70 square kilometers) to expand its sugar plantations in central Uganda. President Museveni supports this plan and has vowed to give away the forest saying that he shall not be deterred by people who don't see where the future of Africa lies.

This is the second time Mehta demands to clear this forest. The first attempt was made in May 2007. There was popular resistance…


Posted on April 10, 2011 at 14:30

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