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We’ve GOAT Great News!

Have you heard about our local goat business?! All profits will go directly to sustaining local incomes for ROWAN staff members.
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Government Update – What the Amendment Means to Ugandans

At 73 years old, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni was only two years away from the constitutional age limit to serve as president. However, he just signed into law a new amendment, which abolishes the age limit, thereby allowing him to extend his presidency. Since the beginning of his presidency, Uganda
Awareness, Current Events, East Africa, Education, Main, News, Sponsorship

Fears We Don't Have To Face: Eddy's Response to Election Violence

How the Kenyan Re-Election Affects Our Student, Eddy Eddy (pictured above on the right) is currently finishing law school in Nairobi. During Kenya’s recent presidential re-election, which was scheduled after the annulled results from the questionable one in August, Eddy shared with us that he was feeling very nervous about the
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Current Events, East Africa, News

Ugandan Politics: One Man's Climb from the Ghetto to Pop Music to Parliament

As of late June, Mr. Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu was elected as the newest member of the Tenth Parliament of Uganda. He has long been known by his performing name, Bobi Wine, but before he was known as Bobi Wine, he was not well-known at all. After transitioning from his humble beginnings in the
Awareness, Current Events, East Africa, Main

South Sudanese Refugee Crisis in Uganda

Conflict in parts of South Sudan continues, and as a result, hundreds of thousands of people are being displaced to neighboring countries. Many of those refugees face food shortages, life-threatening illnesses and the fear of imminent violence. Other difficulties include an abrupt halt to education, the hyperinflation of food and

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