NEBBINational Equipment and Business Builders Institute (also seen as NEBB; Wichita, KS)
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Malnutrition was reported to be more pronounced and widespread in northern Uganda, with food insecurity affecting a third of the households in the West Nile district of Nebbi [4].
Families in Nebbi have only one harvest or agricultural season per year, growing mainly cassava, maize and sesame.
Cotton farmers in Nebbi said that government does not care about farmers, and Kiliopa Ngakethi, a member of the Aryek Growers Co-operative Society urged the government to revive the co-operative societies, saying this would enable farmers to store and sell raw cotton in bulk when there are better prices.
For this investigation, a plague case was defined as clinically diagnosed plague with onset during July 1-December 30, 2006, in a resident of Arua or Nebbi districts.
Founded by a group of Baha'is in Uganda in 2001, UPLIFT operates in more than 100 communities in the Nebbi District of the West Nile Region of Uganda, an isolated and relatively impoverished area in the northwestern corner of the country.
Project Objectives: The main development objective of this project is to improve and sustain household income of the vulnerable poor through provision of business management support services to the existing and new Community Interest Groups (CIGs) in the four pilot districts (Kitgum, Gulu, Nebbi, and Soroti).
Earlier studies have so far not been able to pinpoint such factors in the Lushoto plague focus, nor in the similar focus of Okoro County, Nebbi District, Uganda, which has been surveyed for 13 years (4,6,14,40).
The programme will be executed over a 5-year phase in 5 districts - Nebbi, Oyam, Butaleja, Kween, and Kasese - where irrigation plans are situated.
We defined a probable pneumonic plague case as respiratory illness of acute onset with cough producing grossly bloody sputum during December 2004 in Kango Subcounty, Nebbi District, Uganda.
Destinations: Kitgum, Arua, Nebbi, Kalongo and Zombo in Uganda.
On April 18, 2013, the Ugandan Ministry of Health declared an outbreak of cholera in the districts of Hoima, Nebbi, and Buliisa in western Uganda.
5 million Paidha (also called Nyagek 1) hydropower project, located on the Nyagek River, also includes a 1-km-long, 33-kV transmission line that connects to Nebbi, Arua and Koboko.