Tag Archives: Uganda

A nice road through the village

If you live in rural Uganda  and or any other Sub Saharan Country for that matter chances are that the road through your village will look like the one in Kikube, unless of course your village is on a main … Continue reading

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Why do 60% of UK public think overseas Aid is wasted?

As promised in the last post I am revisiting this question . But before I add my views here is what some of you the readers thought @JesseOsmun Aid is wasted because it is funneled through goverment hands, with Corruption … Continue reading

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Business fights poverty in South Sudan

South Sudan is the newly formed country in Africa and has been recognised by the UN and the international community unlike Somaliland . But the question on everyone’s lips is WHAT NEXT FOR SOUTH SUDAN?  this 25 minute video clip from the … Continue reading

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Do NGOs have a role in food distribution?

This post is also part of the #30 day blogging challenge series and today we are looking at creating catchy headlines. In the last post I asked you what  topics you would like me to cover on this blog and whilst … Continue reading

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Why are 2 million Ugandan children starving?

Today we return to the 30 day blogging challenge and we are at task 19 and the social media media support supremo Nikki Pilkington has challenged us to use anchor text for this post I have selected a question that … Continue reading

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Being food poor

We are at day 12 of the 30 day blog challenge and if you missed day 11 you can catch up here . Today’s challenge is about revisiting some old posts and bringing them into one post. This is something … Continue reading

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100 year’s of International Women’s day- Jacqueline’s story

In these series we celebrate 100 years of International Women’s day by looking at the lives of the women behind the fabulous products at Ethnic Supplies Yesterday we met Lillian and I would like to introduce you to  Jacqueline Jacqueline … Continue reading

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African women’s reproductive health

January and February were emotionally hard months. I left Uganda and headed back to UK. The day I arrived I got a phone call from home telling me that my cousin Doreen was seriously ill in a Ugandan hospital and … Continue reading

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100 years of International Womens Day- Sabina’s story

As we count down to 100 years of International Women’s day, in this series of posts we bring you the personal stories of the women behind our fabulous products. We introduced you to Joy yesterday and today  we take you … Continue reading

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100 years of International Women’s day- Lillian’s story

International Women’s Day is 100 years old and the question on everyone’s mind is how have things changed for women during that time. As we count down to International Women’s day I will  introduce you to one by one of … Continue reading

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