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Non Violence Project Uganda

The Nonviolence Project Uganda is a youth educational and leadership initiative with the ambition of Creating a meeting place for the next generation of leaders. We focus on issues of Nonviolence, peace, youth participation and life skill in community development and towards a better world. 68 more words


Kivumbi to Hold Weekly Talk show on America Based Radio

Last night Hon Kivumbi Earnest Benjamin Sent Whatsup Message to his mass following and also tweeted;

“Good Evening, tonight allow me share with u my beautiful moments with Joan & William Ross American business men and preachers. 184 more words

Boda boda ride


Hehe, I promise you, this is so cool! Here, the common transport is easy, you eather take a taxi, which it’s actually a mini bus, or the boda boda, which is a motorbike. 748 more words


Fast Food

Everytime we go to Kampala, we stop in the rain forest for chicken or beef on a stick. The car gets mobbed with people trying to sell what they have – meat, bananas, avocados, drinks – all competing for you to buy theirs! 113 more words

Under the Tusker Sun: Back to Uganda

I’ll blame it on my dad. Thirty years ago, CKPC, Brantford’s top radio station, was offering a free family pass to the African Lion Safari to the first caller. 2,324 more words

T.I.A - This is Africa - Uganda

Uganda (Jinja, Entebbe, Kalinzu Forest, Queen Elizabeth Park, Kabale, Kisoro), Wednesday 23rd September – Saturday 3rd October 2015


Soft Power Education

Lois, Drew and I spend our first full day in Jinja volunteering with Soft Power – a British registered charity and Ugandan NGO working with communities in Uganda to improve quality of life through education. 2,681 more words

First week


Jambo! (hello!)

As i said in the previous post, I arrived here on Sunday morning, the 4th of October, after 24h of being on the road. 1,184 more words