Country lost one million foreign tourists by December 2020, estimated to cost players $1.06 billion. — Read on http://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/tea/magazine/uganda-s-expo-goes-virtual-to-revive-tourism-sector-3343268
Project encourages participants to apply Ugandan history as they document cultural, political and social issues among local communities. — Read on http://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/tea/magazine/making-art-about-culture-and-history-for-the-masses-3321726
We feel so proud as Ugandans that we are able to display our confidence and hardwork by finally manufacturing more of our own goods, and not depending on imports. I'm so glad for this lockdown, as it has shown and given HE Yoweri Museveni the chance to open Ugandans' eyes. I know our economy is … Continue reading Labour day happiness
A few scenes from the last day. Loving the music!
Tourism is Uganda’s highest foreign exchange earner raking in $1.6 billion in 2018. — Read on http://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/business/Kampala-picks-African-travel-theme-for-2020/2560-5443426-12g79sx/index.html
We are getting ready for the Pearl of Africa Tourism Expo of 2020 where we will be showcasing all the new tour packages we will be offering this year. If you're in the neighbourhood, please do stop by and introduce yourself. We look forward to seeing you there. https://utb.go.ug/poate2020 The Pearl of Africa Tourism Expo (POATE) … Continue reading Pearl of Africa Tourism Expo 2020
In December I traveled to Rwanda, the land of milk and dairy products for the MSME business expo. I loved their ice cream; it was really tasty! And their yogurt, too. Kigali is a very clean city with amazing peace and security. Loved the kizumba dance songs, very interesting. I'm looking forward to introducing more … Continue reading Rwanda – Land of awe