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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.
There is an urgent need to shift from teaching students theory and focus more on practical work. This is key for future employment across the globe. At the employers dialogue on the future of work in Uganda held at Kampala Serena hotel this morning, reports showed that 63% of children entering school today will work on jobs that don't exist today. Predictions showed that in the future, food, leisure and health will be on a high demand. We have this report
Semujju Timothy kindly produced a video showing Advantage Austria awarding him for winning the National Energy Globe Award Uganda 2014. He also talks about the project "Rural Community Development in Uganda" of his organization Masajja Children Support Foundation (MCSF projects) and talks about the Energy Globe Award.
Ten of us cross the globe to see what God is doing a village called Tikoling.
Project Hello World - created by the UK/US non-profit human rights organisation Projects For All - is based on the belief that isolated and vulnerable communities across the globe deserve Internet connectivity and access to information and educational resources, and thus the chance to build a better future. Hello World mobilises communities to self-build Hello Hubs, solar-powered, outdoor Internet kiosks that are used for education, connectivity and play. Built with state-of-the art technology including high quality solar panels, satellite connectivity, rugged, waterproof touch screen monitors with keyboards, camera and audio equipment. The Hello Hubs are energy autonomous and designed to withstand even the most extreme weather conditions, which means they can work in the most isolated and...
Under the leadership of Dr. Robert Murphy, the Center for Global Health @ Northwestern Medicine manages research and educational projects around the globe. This short video features some of the projects in Uganda. Please, consider making a donation to The Center for Global Health 645 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 1058 Chicago, IL 60611 Phone: 312-503-9000
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.
In the American heartland, a Kansas-based evangelical group begins a campaign to import the values of Christian fundamentalism halfway around the globe to Uganda, one of Africa's poorest and youngest countries. With stunning access, this eye-opening exposé from Oscar-winning filmmaker Roger Ross Williams examines the high-stakes culture clash by following the intersecting stories of Ugandan human rights activists, American missionaries and the followers of a radical Ugandan minister, as a bill to make homosexuality punishable by death gains support in Uganda. This shocking documentary shows just what is at risk when a country is won over by extremist values.
Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe An Irish-born missionary doctor has been elected as the mayor of one of the districts in the Ugandan capital, Kampala. A successful businessman and owner of Kampala's largest private hospital, which also treats poor patients free of cost, Ian Clarke's victory comes on the slogan of change. But his promise of building sewers and better facilities for the town's poorest population is already facing stiff resistance from his opponents. And there is enormous pressure on Uganda's first elected white politician to deliver. Al Jazeera's Malcolm Webb reports. At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a ...
The Directors of Toughness spun the globe and flew to Uganda in search of wildlife on the plains of Africa while testing gear. See how Columbia's Omni-Shade line kept them cool and protected. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/1qIbjyH For more from Columbia Sportswear, follow us: ►Facebook - http://facebook.com/columbiasportswear ►Twitter - http://twitter.com/columbia1938 ►Instagram - http://instagram.com/columbia1938 ►Blog - http://blog.columbia.com ►Snapchat - columbia1938 Zach Instagram - http://instagram.com/zachdoleac Twitter - http://twitter.com/zachdoleac Lauren Instagram - http://instagram.com/laurentaylorsteele Twitter - http://twitter.com/lauren_steele_
Pictures from Nelson Mandela Stadium at Namboole in Uganda. Pictures of the historical game for Uganda had not qualified for the Africa Cup of Nations since 1978. A lot of celebration happened in Kampala and virtually all around the globe by Ugandans in Diaspora
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.
Under the theme: “Appreciating who we are: Celebrating Cultural Diversity”, this fair establishes relationships with people from different cultural heritages across the globe and support creating an enabling environment in which people can work together to build strong socio-economic base of Uganda.
Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe The death toll from an outbreak of Ebola in villages in western Uganda has risen to at least 16. President Yoweri Museveni has also confirmed that the deadly virus has hit the capital city, Kampala. He has also issued a national warning urging people to avoid physical contact. The virus is highly contagious and there is currently no vaccine or treatment for the disease. Al Jazeera's Malcolm Webb reports from Kampala. At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 coun...
Just three months remain until Lifepoint Church begins their latest journey halfway across the globe.
The World Bank's goal to eliminate extreme poverty could help Uganda achieve more inclusive growth. More than 1 billion people around the globe currently live on less than $2 a day. The World Bank wants to reduce that type of extreme destitution to less than 3% of the population by 2030. At the World Bank's Spring Meetings, Ugandan Member of Parliament Biraahwa Mukitale Stephen Adyeeri says his country is planning to make sure more growth means less poverty. More on the World Bank's work in Uganda: http://www.worldbank.org/en/country/uganda
DJ ERYCOM He's one of Uganda's most popular DJs / music promoters, and he goes by the name of DJ Erycom, a veteran of local music, with a degree in Information Technology and multimedia with sound engineering. Erycom has spent years fine-tuning his music winning formula, in the only way he knows how, by jet-setting around the globe and feeling the vibe at some of the most prestigious venues in the world, dispensing musical epiphanies wherever he plays. A native of Kampala, Uganda, he always knows how to harness the sun, beach and the clubs in order to get the most out of his audiences, and Erycom's evolving appreciation of the "feel good factor", has brought him commercial success globally. DJ Erycom started his deejay career in 2007, in the dance clubs of Kampala, playing gigs at differ...
Ugandan Dance Documentary, "Shake The Dust" Official Trailer #1 directed by Adam Sjöberg "Shake the Dust" is a feature documentary that tells the stories of break dancers from conflicted "third- world" communities around the globe who, although separated by cultural boundaries and individual struggles, are intrinsically tied to one another through their passion for dance and hip-hop culture. Release Date: 2013 Director: Adam Sjöberg Genre: Documentary, Music Check our Website: http://www.filmisnow.com Italian Reviews: http://www.ultimenotizieflash.com/cinema/ Click to subscribe: http://bit.ly/GDFpEk Here you'll find Movie Reviews, Movie Trailers, Celebrity Interviews, Movie and Entertainment News and much more! Check out our network: - http://www.youtube.com/user/filmisnow2 - htt...
The first all ever International Climate Change Conference for Children in Uganda has brought together over two hundred child delegates representing different countries across the globe. The conference that was aimed at discussing the fight against climate change and its adverse effects noted with concern the rise in extreme weather patterns that has led to loss of human lives and animals. There are fears that climate change is already making it harder for millions to feed their families, coupled with wild weather and unpredictable seasons that are causing chaos for farmers across the world. Despite the fact that climate change may not directly cause conflicts, some experts say it will worsen issues of poor governance, resource inequality and social unrest if not well handled.