- published: 16 Feb 2015
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www.SELFGLOBE.com - Il progetto di Fata, per contribuire alla rinascita del popolo ugandese dopo 30 anni di guerra, è diventato finalmente concreto. Il gruppo SELF Globe ha portato alla realizzazione di un allevamento cunicolo nel distretto di Moyo, mettendo la gente locale in condizione di costruire e avviare un allevamento, aumentare e migliorare la produzione zootecnica, migliorare il livello di nutrizione e della vita sociale ed economica, coinvolgendo i ragazzi ex combattenti e le giovani donne della zona rurale.
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The political state in Uganda and across the globe
Nikki Grosse's trek in Central Africa takes her through the dramatic and remote landscapes of Uganda and Eastern Congo (formerly Zaire). Nikki's route begins in South West Uganda in the 'Switzerland of Africa', where she travels on the back of a truck to Bwindi National Park, also known as the "Impenetrable Forest". Bwindi is one of the last remaining habitats of mountain gorillas in the world, and the current gorilla population is estimated at 320. With the help of guides and slashers who cut at the dense undergrowth with machetes, Nikki tracks a gorilla family for hours through difficult terrain and is finally rewarded when she finds herself only metres from a Silverback. Nikki travels north through the wildlife haven Queen Elizabeth National Park, en route to the small town of Kasese....
Ten of us cross the globe to see what God is doing a village called Tikoling.
INTRODUCING: Contestant No. 1 – Vanessa K Tino Contestant No. 2 – Lesley Tibihikira Contestant No. 3 – Rebecca Amuge Contestant No. 4 – Sandra Masozera Contestant No. 5 – Noor Kalumba Contestant No. 6 – Latisha Antoine Contestant No. 7 – Hayaati Njuki Contestant No. 8 – Bridget Katungi Contestant No. 9 – Catherine Nakasi Read more about them here: http://www.missugandauk.org/events/2016-finalists/ Photoshoot was inspired by the Ugandan football team (Uganda Cranes) qualifying for the African Cup of Nation 2017 after 38 years. 'We go we go Uganda Cranes we go ' Miss Uganda UK 2016 Grand Finale. Who will wear the crown? Venue: Ark Globe Academy, Harper Road, London SE1 6AG, Time: 6pm -11pm 3rd December 2016 Tickets: £25 www.missugandauk.org email@example.com Facebook: Miss Uganda UK...
It’s yet another package for the NBS viewers and parties interested in keeping abreast with the trending Bold, accurate and Objective topics in Uganda and across the globe. NBS is to launch The frontline, a political talk show exploring the key topics making news in the country. The one hour show Premiers tomorrow at 10pm . The talk-show will feature experienced and seasoned political personalities such as former Minister and MP Miria Matembe, DP President General, Norbert Mao, NRM Party Spokesman and Media Centre boss, Ofwono Opondo, veteran Journalist, and Dismas Nkunda.
The World Population Day was marked across the globe on Friday. In East Africa many societies continue to face the problem of teenage pregnancies. As our correspondent Michael Baleke reports from Uganda, a community based organization is trying to rehabilitate hundreds of victims.