EDUCATION, what is it and how do the educated use their education? These are some of the questions that the research and advocacy project "Challenging Categories: educated unemployed youth as institutional innovators" presumably will interrogate. Already, the challenging categories project has sparked consciousness that education is not really a neutral term. It is quite possible… Continue reading Why there are many educated unemployed youth in Uganda
This year, 2018, marked the 50th Anniversary of my birth. Last month, August, on the day of the anniversary of my birth, I contemplated my legacy. Will I make the cut of those who have lived an Aristotelian good life? Aristotle states that the good life consists in the possession, over the course of a lifetime,… Continue reading Turn Around Uganda’s Leadership Crisis
Utilising the grounds of their rented home and road reserve land in the Central Division of Lira Municipality in Lira District in Lango in Northern Uganda, Rebecca and her brother Dickens are growing vegetables, fruits and other food items which are earning them daily income. In addition, Rebecca makes fabulous mandanzi as well for sale.… Continue reading #Youth of #Uganda = Ms. Rebecca Alekur
Iteso have no kings and no queens. From time immemorial Iteso have never had and should never have Kings; it is inconsistent with the central social organisation and governing logic of the Iteso. Iteso are an advanced civilisation, from whom others can learn and appreciate the benefits of governing through highly decentralised and manageable power… Continue reading Iteso Don’t Have Kings
We try as much as possible to avoid so much drugs on our birds. In the last three weeks of raring we never use any drugs. We always make sure of our bio-security – very few people as possible visit our farm – that is why we located our farm out of town. Few people on the farm reduces the risk of diseases introduction.