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Después de un largo camino desde Murchison Falls hasta Fort Portal, llegamos a Queen Elizabeth y hacemos un safari por el canal de Kazinga Intro Mi Huella X el Mundo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8RAPVzaJoTg TRAILER UGANDA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNXOdhcjiLg&t=5s Mi Blog de viajes: https://mihuellaxelmundo.com/
Recopilación de vídeos, de mi viaje a Uganda el verano pasado con cooperating volunteers. Dar las gracias a todos los cooperantes que formasteis parte de la increíble experiencia, a cooperating volunteers por cuidarnos tanto y hacer todo esto posible, y sobretodo a mi compañero de viaje. WEBALE MUNO UGANDA AND COOPERATING VOLUNTEERS!
RR7944A TANZANIA THE HIGH PRICE OF VICTORY It is just a year since Tanzania vowed to assist Ugandan rebels in the overthrow of the dictator, Amin. But the staggering cost of the war is more than Tanzania's already shaky economy can absorb. In August 1979, President Nyerere issued an emergency appeal for aid. To date there has been no response and no rescue is in sight. This report backgrounds the war and shows in greater detail how the crisis is affecting Tanzania's Socialist economy. Film: Rev – Sound: Mag/SOF– Colour – Available in HD You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/8ef003482d236a86f74aa0aa3cadd585 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
More at www.pitch-agrihack.info -- Charle Batte talks about his experience of the activity, presents their agribusiness services, issues and challenges met by start-ups, advice to other young entrepreneurs, etc. AgriHack Talent is a programme of the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA). It supports ICT innovations and entrepreneurship in Agriculture led by young entrepreneurs. Pitch AgriHack is an e-agriculture start-up competition, a component of the program. The pilot edition of Pitch AgriHack was held in 2016 in collaboration with the African Development Bank; its final was in Kenya.
You might have read about her, now its time you heard her and saw her. She's 39, with 38 kids! How did she do it? How could she do it? How about the man who fathered all these children? Find out as Kassim Kayira visits Nnalongo Mariam Nabatanzi.
The Suez Canal, defined as the symbol of the Egyptian will is among the longest artificial waterways in the world. Dug in the 1860s, today, they have built the New Suez Canal that expands the water surface area and depth to handle the heaviest ships between the Mediterranean and Red Seas. This feature takes us through the construction of Suez Canal, new development and its impact on the Arab economy. It kick starts our series, ‘Focus on Egypt’ by RaziahAthman.
The Kung Fu culture is becoming popular among children of Wakaliga, a suburb on the outskirts of Uganda's capital Kampala. The children are not mastering the Chinese martial arts to defend themselves…. but to break into the country's action film industry. As it is in hollywood, the children call themselves stars of Wakaliwood after their Wakaliga village. CCTV's Michael Baleke has that report.
A million South Sudanese refugees have arrived in Uganda over the past year, the U.N. announced Thursday, with many taking up residence at the Bidi Bidi camp, the largest of its kind in the world. When it comes to the educational needs of these children, one man, who knows what it’s like to be a refugee, is trying his best to give back. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports.
Ugandan policy reforms and improved economic conditions look to be paying dividends with the nation recording a 20% growth in tax revenues, the highest increase among East African states. However as Hillary Ayesiga reports, despite the gains many Ugandans are still finding loopholes to avoid paying their share of taxes.
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We came from half away around the world. We traveled deep into the mountains of Uganda. Our mission was simple - a close up and personal encounters with the wild Mountain Gorillas of East Africa. A check up on how they are doing. We hacked our way through dense jungle for hours with no guarantees… We endured stinging insect bites and hostile plants on every side… but at long last, we were the lucky ones that day… It was a group of five Gorillas moving through the area where we stood. They say Gorillas and Humans are very close, Genetically speaking. Scientists estimate 95 to 98% of our genetic DNA is the same. There are basically three types of gorillas in Africa, the western gorillas, the eastern lowland gorillas, and the eastern mountain gorillas. People love to go gorilla t...