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Despite the fact that sea legs didn’t exactly come second nature to him, he was usually okay on a boat.

But crossing Lake Victoria a day after the scariest whitewater rafting he had ever done?   188 more words

Four challenges and opportunities for communicating evaluation findings

I’m currently in Uganda where I’ve been conducting a workshop on “communicating evaluation findings effectively” as part of the GIZ project on Evaluation Capacity Development in Uganda… 49 more words

Communicating Evaluation Results

In a Sea of Yellow, Black & Red

I went to the Uganda Cranes versus Togo football game. Sadly, Uganda lost 1-0. Togo dominated the first half and although Uganda got their act back together, it was a little too late in the end. 1,118 more words


Second Congo DR Massacre Reported

At least 20 people, mostly women and children, have been killed in a second massacre in Congo DR in as many days. 114 more words


The fault in our Ugandan TV commercials

Okay I lied a bit in the title there. I don’t exactly mean “faults”, but lately I’ve realized that there’s a hidden message/lesson in most of our Ugandan TV commercials. 608 more words

7 Day Blogging Challenge

hundreds of them

There were books.
Hundreds of them.
Put in cardboard boxes.
Sorted in a way.
Read by someone, old, young.
Maybe some books were discarded unread. 153 more words


as a language of the masses, kiswahili

One of the most widely spoken languages of the African continent is the Swahili-language. Millions of people in Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Congo, Rwanda, Burundi speak this language.  71 more words