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Story: Cutting Corners, Uganda

Cutting Corners. Uganda.

I wasn’t sure if Richardson has seen the baby hippo in front of us. He was too intent on trying to find baby hippos to the sides of us – amongst the undergrowth. 967 more words


How Can Ugandans Benefit from an Oil Windfall? Policy Options to Manage Petroleum Revenues

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Courtesy of resourcegovernance.org

Uganda is on the path to becoming a significant oil producer in the next decade, with production potentially reaching over 200,000 barrels per day. 216 more words

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Encounter with the fragile giants

Between volcanoes, impenetrable jungle and endless savannah, Uganda is home to an exceptional wildlife. Off the beaten track, in little-known lands of East Africa, are hiding some of the world’s last remaining mountain gorillas. 17 more words


Hello. How are you?

I recognize there could be many interpretations to the title of this post.

Here’s the path I’ll take: I’ve noticed since returning home from Uganda that I have a different approach to talking to people. 214 more words


Graphic Monday: Comparing Population Statistics

In this (somewhat delayed) installment of graphic Monday, I compare population and sex-ratio statistics from three different sources – the United Nations Population Division’s World Population Prospects… 1,305 more words

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Tahia has been sponsored! She wants to be a nurse and now she has a chance to pursue her dreams. She will have food, medicine, clothes, and school supplies all provided on a monthly basis due to her sponsors donations. 51 more words


Koreans Accept Weekend Invite

As the squad prepare for tomorrow morning’s friendly against Ugandans Lil Endevourers, the club is delighted to announce that Korean IV League side heeraegy have accepted our invitation and will visit New Home Park on Saturday for our first weekend friendly match. 143 more words