Monthly Archives: July 2016

THE KARAMOJA I FOUND –DR. LIMLIM

Originally posted on KARAMOJA DEVELOPMENT FORUM:
Dr. Robert Limlim is the Director of the second Northern Uganda Social Action Fund (NUSAF) program. He has been away from Uganda and Karamoja for about a decade and returned to Uganda only three months ago to head the Program. He was chief guest at Karamoja Students’ Development Association…

Driving Permit of Uganda; Getting One

Taxes on driving permits have been increased from 66 thousand to 150 thousand shillings – more than double.

20 Lessons I’ve Learned Since Leaving the Church

Originally posted on makiah-isms:
My unapologetic, Black self. 2016. I haven’t been to church in over a year now, and I’ve been pondering how I should address what I’ve discovered along the way. If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you probably could’ve never guessed that I would end up here. I never…

20 Lessons I’ve Learned Since Leaving the Church

I haven’t been to church in over a year now, and I’ve been pondering how I should address what I’ve discovered along the way. If you’ve been following my blog for a while, y… Source: 20 Lessons I’ve Learned Since Leaving the Church

Prof. Latigo, GMOs & Land Give Aways

Prof. as an educated farmer, what is wrong with you misleading people that GMOs are the answer to drought?

Stop titling land under customary tenure

The push for registration and titling of land, especially so that which is under customary tenure, is contributing to the problem – absentee landlords are beginning to emerge in areas in Uganda whose lands are traditionally under customary tenure, where the concept of absentee landlords was alien. This is because the customary tenure systems of […]

Food and manners

A couple of days ago, I posted a picture of my homemade supper on face book with the following description: Atap (sorghum and cassava meal) and akiring (smoked beef) na esudud (in groundnuts sauce) cooked Teso style. Supper is ready. The response was amazing and generally of affirmation from Iteso (the people) that are living […]