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Ugandan Kung Fu Culture Fuels Independent Cinema

KAMPALA- In Kampala’s suburbs and slums, kung fu is becoming a popular way to get in shape, learn discipline and break into the country’s booming action film industry, known as Wakaliwood. 450 more words


Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security Baseline Survey, 2010-2011

http://dvn.iq.harvard.edu/dvn/dv/CCAFSbaseline;jsessionid=4aa3b98e3c03e9377f3d2d2590b0 http://ccafs.cgiar.org/resources/baseline-surveys#.VEsGHZPF9SA

Description: Through its partners, CCAFS is engaged in conducting baseline surveys at the household, village and organisational levels across the three target regions. The challenge is to design tools and instruments that adhere to the highest quality standards in data collection in order to allow for cross-site comparisons to be made. 25 more words


First Day in Uganda

Recap on yesterday – the drive to Heathrow was without delay (including the M25) so we arrived there by about 9.15am – amazing! All got ‘processed’ through baggage checks (no over-weight charges) and security and boarded the plane about midday and took off just after 1pm and arrived at Entebbe at 11pm (9pm in the UK as the time difference is two hours). 415 more words


I-See Update

Back in April, Cindy Cunningham traveled to Uganda to visit her dear kiddos at the Village of Hope villages. She carried with her an I-See Kit donated by CompassioNow. 105 more words

Uwezo Survey Data, 2009-2012


Description: Are our schools succeeding in this responsibility? The truly important measure then is not how many children are signed up to school (enrolment) or even how many are showing up in school (attendance), but how many of our children are learning?

Year: 2010, 2011, 2012

Authors: Uwezo