Growing Mituba Trees in Uganda

It appears that Mituba trees, as they are known in Luganda, the language of the Baganda, the largest first nation of Uganda; or Ebongut, in Ateso, the language of the Iteso, my people, the fifth largest first nation of Uganda, are still growing in Uganda. Their scientific name is Ficus natalensis (commonly known as Natal … Continue reading Growing Mituba Trees in Uganda

Help with Kindness

The way in which individual and corporate givers have politicized their giving to the Uganda COVID relief fund and their insistence to give loudly, is extremely insensitive to the feelings of those Ugandans whom COVID-19 has temporarily pushed into absolute poverty.

11 Successfully Complete Module 1: Understanding Poverty in Rural Uganda

On Friday, 14th February 2020, eleven young adults (4 men and 7 women) fulfilled all requirements and thus successfully completed the first of four modules of our CPAR Uganda Ltd innovator mentoring programme. We awarded them certificates, because they: “Satisfactorily completed 23 days of training on Understanding Poverty in Rural Uganda as part of CPAR … Continue reading 11 Successfully Complete Module 1: Understanding Poverty in Rural Uganda