The District Education Officer and the RDC were on an inspection of completed classroom blocks and pit latrines in the Sub Counties of Kalisizo rural and Kirumba where the Public appreciated the works. An increase is expected in the enrollment according to the head teachers of the schools.
Ms Lorna Kobusingye, the Programs Cordinator of Wetlands International plants a tree at Kyotera District Headquarters as a symbol of preserving wetlands and other natural resources in the area and the country at large. Samuka is one of the twelve ramsar sites in Uganda and it is located in Sangobay catchment area. Ms Kobusingye urged Kyotera authorities to preserve the Sangobay catchment area because it has a lot of treasures which will attract tourists and later income.