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Protecting Land Rights of the Community

Rose Atim 70 years is a widow and head of an extended household from Kal-Okura parish in Alero sub county, Nwoya district. Atim’s family land demarcated with boundary trees (Lucoro in Acholi), and the coordinates of the boundary captured using the SLAAC software. She was thereafter issued with a certificate with all her family members

Reforms are helping women to grow their businesses

At 34, Milly Ndagire dreams of being a successful hotelier. After saving money from her previous teaching job, Milly opened a small eatery. She had always wanted to be self-employed, and earn money from doing what she loved doing best – cooking. In 2016, Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB) opened a branch office on Nakivubo

Amazing safari experience in Uganda – Rob Ripma

Africa is an amazing continent for wildlife and a safari in Uganda gives you an awesome opportunity to see an incredible diversity of birds and mammals. I spent over two weeks in December 2016 traveling through the incredible country of Uganda. I was traveling with a select group of tour operators, writers, and bloggers, to

Quality Certification Gave my Sales a Boost – Nakayenga

In 2010, Regina Nakayenga, then a lecturer at Kyambogo University, attended a workshop on value-addition for crops and fruits organised by the Catholic Women Guild at Kireka Catholic sub-parish. The training introduced them to making juice and wine from pineapples, passion fruits, oranges and mangoes. Two weeks after the training, Nakayenga made her first can