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Observations on Africa

Visiting Uganda has been an eye-opening experience.  It makes me appreciate the basic amenities we have at home, as well as make me want to create a more simple, slow-paced lifestyle. 591 more words

Christmas in July

I landed in Entebbe, Uganda last night at midnight. Waking up this morning feels like opening presents at Christmas, getting to see things for the first time. 351 more words

Traveling The Kingdom

U.S. Warned Uganda About 'Specific' Terrorist Threat to International Airport

Terrorism: America has warned that Uganda’s international airport, in the city of Entebbe, should be alert to a terrorist attack on Thursday evening

UPDF soldiers and police forces patrol streets in Kampala after the US embassy in Uganda warned of a ‘specific threat’ by an unknown group to attack Entebbe international airport¬†Photo: PETER BUSOMOKE/AFP… 355 more words

Prostitution: the downside of UN presence in Uganda

Uganda – Prostitution: the downside of UN presence in Uganda

Source: RNW, by Alan Kawesa, Entebbe, 6/24/2014

Prostitution is rampant in Entebbe with UN personnel providing much of the demand and young Nigerian girls being the supply. 353 more words

World At WAR

A Mini Holiday

Last weekend we sadly bid farewell to Rachel who had come to the end of her 5 weeks in Uganda. We were so blessed to have her with us for the beginning of our stay here. 255 more words

A crazy six days in Uganda - part one

I arrived in Uganda on Monday the 16th of June and departed by bus for Kisumu, Kenya on Sunday 22nd June. Those six days I spent there were vastly different to any other six days I have ever had – I caught up with those who mattered most, had chance encounters with old friends, made great new friends and even met someone who knew plenty about me having been to Makeni, Sierra Leone after me! 1,193 more words