Locals Asked to Monitor Government Programs  


By Communications Office

Ntungamo -DLG


Locals have been urged to always monitor government programs being implemented in their respective areas.

The call was on Tuesday made by the Ntungamo resident district commissioner George Bakunda while addressing a site meeting at Kyamwasha health centre II in Nyakyera town council which is set to be upgraded to health center three.

Accident Claims Ntungamo Accountant

By Communications Office




George Mugume an accountant attached to Ntungamo district headquarters has died following an accident at Kabagyenda along the Ntungamo-Kabale Highway.

The deceased who was riding home was knocked by a speeding motorcycle which is yet to be known. He was rushed to Mbarara regional referral hospital after briefly receiving first aid in Ntungamo but was pronounced dead shortly after arrival at the facility.

Mugume was on his way from work.

Government to Take Over Ntungamo Health Training Institute

President Yoweri Museveni has revealed plans by the government to take over Ntungamo Health Training institute.

The institution located in Nyarutuntu sub county trains nurses at certificated level and plans under to start training clinical officers.

President Museveni who was on Sunday speaking at the celebrations to mark the international day for nurses and midwives held at Kyamate playground in Ntungamo district.

The institution was started by Ntungamo district local government in a bid to train more health workers for the district and the entire western region.

Civil Servants Asked to Prepare for Retirement

By Communications Office


Civil servants have been asked to always start preparing for their retirement while they are still active in service.

The call was made by the Ntungamo district chief administrative officer Joanita Nakityo while speaking at the opening of a three days training workshop for Ntungamo district officials on performance and strengthening the monitoring and supervision of health care systems and other government programs and activities held at Generation suits in Kamukuzi division of Mbarara Municipality,

    Integrity committees promoting corruption in LGs- official


 By Communication office




An official with the ministry of ethics and integrity has showed concern at a rate with which members of the Districts’ integrity promotion Forum (DIPF) are becoming culprits in several integrity scandals at times with the entire committees being taken on for investigations in corruption cases.


Rwahi- Rwentobo Town Council Launches Sanitation Campaign


By Communications office


Rwentobo town council in Ntungamo district has today launched a sanitation campaign aimed at improving the state of Sanitation in the area.

The campaign will  run every first Thursday of the month and will always require locals in the area to spare atleast three hours to clean the town council.


Youth Urged to Champion Fight Against AIDS


The youth have been urged to champion the fight against HIV/AIDS if the next generation is to be productive.

The call was made by the Ntungamo district local council five chairperson Denis Singahache while speaking at the dialogue between the district leaders,Health workers and member of Intergrated Community based initiatives-ICOBI  held at  Ntungamo board room.

Singahache revealed the AIDS scourge is a serious challenge in the district and the country as a whole and must be tackled with concerted efforts.

Ntungamo Rolls out the Village Agent Model

 ByCommunications office 


Ntungamo district has rolled out the village agent model in a bid to promote Agriculture commercialization.

The village agent model which is a private sector –led and market oriented, providing benefits to all value chain actors. The model is not a separate project but only a methodology of improving service delivery.

Ntungamo Workers' Councilors Sworn In

By Communications Office


Ntungamo Dlg


Workers representatives to Ntungamo district council have this morning been sworn in at Ntungamo district council hall.

The swearing in was in a council session presided over by the district speaker Elijah Atuhaire who cautioned the councilors against fronting personal interests instead of ensuring that the views of the people they represent are brought to the attention of the council.