Uganda Crafts 2000 Limited
Uganda Crafts 2000 Limited exports exquisite baskets to the US and Canada. To find out more about where I work and to see some of our stock check out this website.
For a life changing year abroad
I found Uganda as a result of Project Trust. I was sent as a volunteer to Bulenga, 7 miles outside of Kampala for one year. It was a life changing experience for a school leaver like me. I dread to think what kind of person I would have been if I had not met fellow like minded Project Crusties or emersed myself in a new culture.
The Njovu Clan is one of the 56 recognised clans of Buganda.Their official website has many interesting and well researched articles relating to Kiganda culture. Written by Ssalongo Batte this website offers many insights into rituals and cultural practices surrounding birth, upbringing, marriage and death.
Daily Monitor Newspaper
Uganda's daily newspaper
Jon & Lauren's Blog
This well articulated and interesting blog follows the travels and experiences of two warm 20-somethings. I love Jon and Lauren's spot on and honest thoughts about Uganda and now Ireland. They post photos, short videos, stories about their daily life and not-so-daily adventures, and their views on what’s going on in the world.
An eye on what's on and what's here in Kampala
The Eye, a bi monthly "Time Out" like magazine, has just gone cyber. What gives this travel advice website the edge over other similar sites is the informative articles about events, culture, charity and tourist attractions in Uganda; not to mention the lush photographs and a useful "what's on" guide.
Planning that trip to Uganda from the UK, Fit for Travel offers up to date advice on outbreaks and the lists of vaccinations required. Great one stop shop website for you before you consult your GP.