We started off with very high expectations of establishing our "Professor Fred Opio Ekong Memorial Library," in honour of our founder vice chairpersons, the late Professor Fred Opio Ekong. We rummaged through our stores and found loads of publications from our time as the Canadian Physicians for Aid and Relief (1992-2008); we solicited donations of … Continue reading Welcome to our Reading Room at our Lira Learning Centre
"Who dares to teach must never cease to learn"John Cotton Dana. This was my experiential learning a couple of weeks ago as I facilitated a session on "Conceptions and Measurement of Poverty", under the sub-topic: "What is Poverty", under Module I: "Understanding Poverty in Rural Uganda" of the CPAR Uganda project: "Mentoring Young Adults into … Continue reading Poverty Mind Maps
Last evening we were pleasantly surprised when some of our mail that had not successfully been redirected to Lira was now redirected to Entebbe and we received our back copies of important periodicals – D+C (Development and Cooperation); Field Exchange; and Forced Migration; among other mail.