Other Stories from Kabasheshe: Hills of Green | Ghost Water Taps | Money Loans and Satellite Dishes At the end of a fun weekend, I was driving from Queen Elizabeth National Park back to Kabale. Along with a group of American and Canadian medical and public health students, I was returning from three days filled with safari … Continue reading Fish and Chips: How a Small Business Can Have Big Impact in Rural Uganda
Other Stories from Kabasheshe: Ghost Water Taps | Fish and Chips | Money Loans and Satellite Dishes Yellow jerry-cans scattered on the ground. Two young girls cleaning the last of the pots and dishes. Coffee and cassava drying on half-cut sacks near the rabbit house. Grandmother playing ludo on her mat in the center of the yard. … Continue reading Hills of Green
The World Food Programme (WFP) and the World Health Organization (WHO) have both identified malnutrition as a major factor in preventing the Ugandan people from moving out of poverty and into more substantial development. According to the WFP: One in three Ugandan children suffer from stunting, a lifelong condition that results when children miss out on … Continue reading What Can a Rabbit Do?
This is the 3rd installment in lessons learned while travelling abroad for the first time. It may or may not be the last of what I learn along the way. Last weekend, I was lucky enough to do a village stay in Bale. It is a small farming village with about 750 people, just northwest … Continue reading Always Pack Light