Once called the “Pearl of Africa” by Winston Churchill, Uganda is a country of great contrast. Even though we only spent four days there, during our extremely quick visit we
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park in deep south-western Uganda is home to about half the world’s current population of 700 critically endangered Mountain Gorillas (of Gorillas in the Mist fame).
I’ve come to pass most of my mornings at the Kope Café, a Western-style coffee house run by the family of Jolly from HEALS. With the café’s proceeds going to
Clip cik knaw… sounds of someone bitting their nails. Lucky for me my nails are intact as I feel prepared with a MEC mosquito net, 7 bruises in my arms
It was a year ago that I left Morocco during the frantic build-up to the Eid – one of the most important celebrations on the Muslim calendar – and ferried
Having finally made it back to my feet, I’m on the first bus out of Kampala, desperate for a change of pace. Sitting at the “Source of the Nile,” Jinja
Okay, dramatic title, but I just mean to describe a day in my life in Mbale, Uganda… 5am – wake up because dogs are howling, realize it is only 5am,
Just wanted to post you to show how I am keeping home in my heart while I am here!
Happy first of Feb! Last night, we finished rough drafts of our proposal to study food aid and its elimination in three districts of Eastern Uganda, our draft survey, and
Hey!Da ich ja jetzt mein eigenes Internet habe, hab ich mir ne eigene Seite aufgebaut und sie ist jetzt unter http://www.chrisandtheworld.de.tf/ zu erreichen. Ich hoffe ihr schaut ab jetzt dort