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Homelessness: Why is the supported lodgings lifeline under threat?
Zubairi Sentongo swapped poverty in Uganda for homelessness in Britain. But a YMCA scheme for vulnerable teenagers connected him with a couple who offered him warmth and shelter When Zubairi Sentongo knocked on David and Merrill Nelson's door, he carried his few belongings inside black bin liners.
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Mon Apr 14, 2014
Uganda: NBS, KTN Seal Television Partnership
Kenya's Standard group last week entered the Ugandan market, in a move that could heighten competition for television viewers.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Daytona Beach News-Journal Online
Volunteer readies for fourth Africa trip Looking out the window of...
Looking out the window of her office on State Road A1A in Flagler Beach, Laura Perkins sees the ocean stretching to the horizon a little bit differently than most people.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Govt authorises new ferry to ply Entebbe -Kalangala route
KAMPALA. Ministry of Works andTransport yesterday authorised a second private company -Safe Havens Uganda Limited, to use the Nakiwogo route in Entebbe to Lutoboka, Buggala Islands in Kalangala District ferry people and property as MV Kalangala remains grounded undergoing repairs in Mwanza, Tanzania.
Online shopping, a trend picking up in Kampala
The idea of buying groceries online seemed to be a niche of the Western world, but not anymore.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
The Washington Post
What a Trip: A pilgrimage to East Africa, in her bishop uncle's footsteps
Where, when, why: In July 2013, we set out on a journey of discovery to experience the beauty of East Africa and to retrace the path of my late uncle, Bishop Vincent J. McCauley, who was a Holy Cross Catholic missionary in Uganda.
Mail & Guardian
Idi Amin: the tour of terror
Allan Kakembo giving a tour of the underground chambers where thousands suffered and died under Amin and Obote.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Travel World News
Uganda to Host the Africa Travel Association's 39th Annual World Congress
Known as the "Pearl of Africa," Uganda is a country with the best of everything the continent of Africa has to offer tourists, with an abundance of natural and cultural assets, strong eco-tourism products, including more than half of the world's mountain gorilla population, and an emphasis on community, rural and adventure tourism.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Catherine to see reality of life in Uganda
Catherine Lagan, a teacher at St Joseph's Boys' School, Creggan, is part of a group of educators who are travelling next week to see the work of aid agency, Trocaire.
Eleanor Johns on a previous trip to Africa
A MEDICAL student from Hanbury is appealing for donations as she prepares to travel to Uganda where she will be working with children, babies and pregnant women.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
The Washington Post
Anti-homosexuality activists march through the streets of Ugandan capital, Kampala, on March 31, 2014, in support of the government's stance against homosexuality.
Uganda Delegation and UVA Talk Telemedicine
The University of Virginia is collaborating with professors from around the world to improve its medical knowledge.
Ugandans in South Sudan: We want to vote from here
The Mayor of Bor in Jongeli State South Sudan Nhial Majak Nhial talks to Uganda Peoiples Defence Force Spokesman Paddy Ankunda, during a visit to Bor on April.6, 2014.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Living his dream as a tour guide
Reality. When Bosco Musinguzi enrolled at Kabale University for a degree in Tourism and Hotel Management, he knew he was closer to his childhood dream.
Report: Migrants leaving Israel being sent to Rwanda, Uganda
New testimonies from migrants show Israel has potentially found a solution for path out of Israel for higher numbers of migrants.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Last chance to see: Disappearing glaciers in 'Mountains of the Moon'
The glaciers of the Rwenzori Mountains in Uganda used to make for an impressive sight.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Mubiru, Odeke for to Ireland
The duo where supposed to travel early this year but had to go through some clearance which included medical tests and work permit.
Africa: Somali Diaspora Not Ready to Buy One-Way Tickets Home Yet
On a Friday afternoon men wearing kamis -- long white traditional robes -- climb the steps to Somcity Travel, a small family business and travel agency in Kisenyi slum, in Uganda's capital, Kampala.
Uganda president attends 'thanksgiving service' for anti-gay law
Uganda President Yoweri Museveni in February signed into law a bill that imposes harsh sentences on LGBT Ugandans.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Christian Science Monitor
All Our Names
A man caught between two worlds explores the ideals of belonging and friendship in Dinaw Mengestu 's melancholy third novel, All Our Names .