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WFP Emergency Report No. 22 of 1997: Uganda

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WFP EMERGENCY REPORT
Issued weekly by the United Nations World Food Programme

Report No. 22 of 1997 Date: 30 May 1997

This report includes: A) Democratic Republic of Congo, Republic of Congo (Brazzaville), Rwanda, Burundi, and Tanzania B) Uganda C) Sierra Leone D) Angola E) Guatemala.

From P. Ares, Chief, Programming Service. Available on the Internet at WFP Home Page http://www.wfp.org/ or by e-mail from HicksDeb@wfp.org (fax 39 6 5228 2837). For information
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Uganda Travel Advice 28 May 1997

Travel Advice Unit, Consular Division
Foreign & Commonwealth Office
1 Palace Street, London SW1E 5HE

Tel: 0171 238 4503/4504
Fax: 0171 238 4545

UGANDA

Date of last change: 28 May 1997

There is still rebel activity in the West Nile region (NW Uganda). Attacks and road ambushes continue in the Districts of
Gulu, Kitgum and Moyo. Visitors are strongly advised to avoid these areas.

In the Rwenzori Mountains area (western

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WFP Emergency Report No. 21 of 1997: Uganda

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Issued weekly by the United Nations World Food Programme

This report includes: A) Zaire, Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania B) Uganda C) Afghanistan.

From P. Ares, Chief, Programming Service. Available on the Internet at WFP Home Page http://www.wfp.org/ or by e-mail from HicksDeb@wfp.org (fax 39 6 5228 2837). For information regarding resources, donors are requested to contact Mr. F. Strippoli

(Strippoli@wfp.org) or Ms. A. Blum (Blum@wfp.org), WFP Rome, telephone 39 6 5228 2504 or 5228 2004.

PART I - HIGHLIGHTS

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WFP Emergency Report No. 20 of 1997: Uganda

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Issued weekly by the United Nations World Food Programme

This report includes: A) Democratic People's Republic of Korea B) Iran C) Iraq D) Burundi, Rwanda, Zaire and Tanzania E) Uganda F) Kenya G) Somalia.

From P. Ares, Chief, Programming Service. Available on the Internet at WFP Home Page http://www.wfp.org/ or by e-mail from HicksDeb@wfp.org (fax 39 6 5228 2837). For information regarding resources, donors are requested to contact Mr. F. Strippoli or Ms. A. Blum, WFP Rome (telephone 39 6 5228 2504 or 5228 2004).

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Uganda, Sudan To Swap Captives

KAMPALA, Uganda (PANA) - Uganda and Sudan have agreed to exchange captives, including 114 Sudanese soldiers and abducted Ugandan children, according to the Kampala-published Sunday Vision.
The state-owned Sunday paper reported that the pledge is contained in a resolution which was adopted on Saturday at the end of a meeting held in Kenya by the Ugandan, President Yoweri Museveni and his Sudanese counterpart, Gen. Omar el Bashir.

The paper said the meeting in Eldoret, Eastern Kenya, was convened by President Daniel arap Moi. Museveni

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Uganda Not Excited About Sudan Peace Agreement

Moses Draku, PANA Correspondent
KAMPALA, Uganda (PANA) - Uganda's Foreign Minister, Eriya Kategaya, has said his country is not excited about the peace agreement Khartoum signed with various rebel groups in April.

Kategaya, who is also Uganda's First Deputy Prime Minister, said this on Thursday in Kampala, only hours after a Sudanese rebel leader Dr. Riak Machar of the United Democratic Salvation Front had said the opposite in a news conference in the Ugandan capital.

Machar was among the signatories of a peace agreement signed with the government of Gen. Omar Bashir on April

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WFP Emergency Report No. 18 of 1997: Uganda

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Issued weekly by the United Nations World Food Programme

This report includes: A) Burundi, Rwanda, Zaire and Tanzania B) Uganda C) Sierra Leone D) Angola E) Albania.

From P. Ares, Chief, Programming Service. Available on the Internet at WFP Home Page http://www.wfp.org/ or by e-mail
from HicksDeb@wfp.org (fax 39 6 5228 2837). For information regarding resources, donors are requested to contact Mr. F.
Strippoli or Ms. A. Blum, WFP Rome (telephone 39 6 5228 2504 or 5228 2004).

Note: because of the holiday on 1 May