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CanUgan — An Evening of Celebration‏

CanUganNewsSummer2012 Dear friends, I am delighted to inform you that we will be holding an evening of celebration on Friday, October 12, 2012.  The event will be held on the occasion of the 50th Anniversary of Uganda’s independence and it will give you an opportunity to learn about the progress of the CanUgan Project in making a difference in the lives of persons with disabilities in Uganda. The evening will […]

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The Radio Call

In Education, Health, Living, Media Writing, Opinion, Writing (all kinds), travel on July 18, 2009 at 01:46 When It Comes To AIDS, It Is Better to Light A Candle – Photo Courtesy of StockExpert It was a Saturday afternoon and the radio was on. I was living in Uganda in the fall of 1996 and the winter of 1997. The radio was calling out a list of names. I could […]

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CanUgan News

Dear friends and supporters,   I am pleased to attach the latest issue of our newsletter, CanUgan News. In this issue, you will find information about CanUgan’s activities and events, including our collaborative project involving four students from Carleton University, vocational training of persons with disabilities in Kasese, our 2012 Annual Review, and an early note about our upcoming brunch in April.  

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CanUgan Evening of Celebration — October 12

CanUganPoster9Sep2012   Dear friends and colleagues, We have lined up an exciting program for the evening of October 12th.  Our Master of Ceremonies for the evening will be Adrian Harewood, co-host of CBC News Ottawa at 5, 5:30 and 6, and host of CBC News Ottawa Late Night at 10:55 p.m. He will set the tone for the evening that will feature Rita Carter, a popular singer and songwriter whose […]

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Expressive Writing – Exercise 7

  The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog and ran through the bushes meeting a set of twins, they boarded the platform of an airplane where the airplane circled the tarmac before taking off into the bright blue sunny sky and landing safely in the red and brown and dusty earth of Entebbe Airport in Uganda. She picked seashells by the seashore, but only for a short while […]

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