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Promotional video for 'Run for Uganda'. Run for Uganda is raising money to support children in Uganda through Invisible Children.
TeamJaded takes part in Displace Me, an event sponsored by Invisible Children, Inc. The event took place across the US with more than 68,000 people in attendance. The goal was to bring awareness and help end the war in Northern Uganda.
Ministry of Disaster Preparedness caught off guard
Since August, flood rains have ravaged Uganda. State authorities claim at least 49 dead and 400,000 displaced.With no contingency plan in place, and a paltry budget The Ugandan Ministry of Disaster Preparedness was caught off balance. According to Emmanuel Gyehazo of the Ugandan newspaper The Monitor, the government ignored a meteorological report warning of potential flood rains. Criticising the government's delayed reaction Gyehazo said 'like they say, until it rains don't believe what the weatherman says.'
Bwola dance of the Acholi people of northern Uganda. This is a traditional royal dance of the Acholi people that has been in existence since the 1500 AD. Its considered one of the most beautiful and majestic dance only comparable only to the Zulu dance of South Africa. This video was recorded by Megan Young of the Africa Project, Pittsburgh. Megan lived in northern Uganda in 2006.
A short documentary showing the humanitarian conditions of people in the Acholi region of northern Uganda have faced 22 years of war and over 2 million holed up in concentration camps. Uganda is a good friend of USA and USA actually sponsors many projects in Uganda including funds for HIV, education and even the Uganda military. However, the US government does not want to talk about this war that has killed hundreds of thousand people and as many as 60,000 innocent children abducted and used as child soldiers by both the government and the LRA rebels. Video credit, Peter Okema Otika
A photo journal slideshow of the current human conditions in N. Uganda.
Our programs allow you to take part in meaningful community service work, while discovering the people, sights, smells and tastes of Uganda.
Volunteering in Uganda is a way to totally immerse yourself in East African culture.
This is a great opportunity to make life-long friends, learn a new culture from the inside out and discover that one person really can make a difference. Volunteering with us and see A Broader View of the World.