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19 Photos That Will Make You Want to go to Uganda

Uganda, a small landlocked country in East Africa, is called the Pearl of Africa because it has some of the best scenery in Africa with its lush greenery, vast lakes, stunning green valleys and mountains.   302 more words

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Water Rafting on the Source of the Nile

After almost four weeks of living in Kampala, I was patiently awaiting an opportunity to travel out of the city and explore up-country. Though the city itself is nice, I could not wait to see more of the rural communities, green areas, and water sources (particularly the Nile River) Uganda has to offer. 680 more words

Uganda

May 20 and the Days Since Golden Week

In the last week not too much has happened except for a few really exciting things. The first one took place last Tuesday May 12, when I went to the first of my three elementary schools, Nakanosho, as it will be called from now on. 986 more words

Visit from Nairobi

It was time to go to Jinja again, and we packed our bags and headed only two hours east of Kampala. We met our friends, who are participating in the same FK and AIESEC program, for their first experience in Uganda. 200 more words

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Silent road by masaruitami

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Some thoughts on Mothers Day

Yesterday I was going around handing out Mothers Day cards and a small gift to the mamas I work with. The kids were all very interested, only because there were biscuits involved, and Richard asked if I was going to give him some biscuits. 660 more words

Uganda

VOTER REGESTRATION CAMPAIN HEADS TO JINJA AS 2016 ELECTIONS KNOCK ON THE DOOR

                Crispy Kaheru, Coordinator Citizen’s Coalition for Electoral Democracy in Uganda (CCEDU)

 

Citizen’s Coalition for Electoral Democracy in Uganda (CCEDU) is beginning its country wide tour from Bugembe Township in Jinja district on Saturday 18th April 2015. 165 more words

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