Yes, we absolutely do talk about beads a lot, but they have played a large part of life here at ROWAN. Not only have they been a lesson in entrepreneurship & business practices, but they also allow members to create an incredibly beautiful product. Of course, the beads are absolutely stunning & the process for making them is so simple, yet yields such amazing results.
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I want to take a moment to introduce myself to you and share a little of my connection with ROWAN. My name is Kristen Mbabazi and I am married to my wonderful husband, Busiisi, who grew up in Kampala, Uganda. We have four wonderful boys and we currently live in Manitoba, Canada. Continue reading “It’s Nice to Meet You”
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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Anyone who cooks knows that it’s great fun to attempt recipes from other parts of the world. Now that once-localized ingredients are widely available, why not try something new in the kitchen? We’ve already shared our recipes for the popular matooke & seasonal nsenene, today lets make some bread, Ugandan style! Continue reading “Millet Bread – A Uganda Staple”
March 10th is National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day. A day to help educate the public about the impact of HIV/ AIDS on younger people & applaud the work young people are doing across the US to fight HIV/ AIDS. Continue reading “National Youth HIV/ AIDS Awareness 2019”
It may seem like we talk about beads a lot, but they have been a large part of life at ROWAN. Not only are they an early lesson in entrepreneurship & business practices, but they also allow for members to express their creativity. Not to mention that the beads are absolutely stunning & the process for making them is so simple, yet yields such beautiful results.
Continue reading “Beads in 2011”