Objective The project aims to engage communities in Busoga Sub-region and its neighbourhoods using the Forum Theater platform in the production of the play, Omugole, to address sociocultural and en… Source: Omugole Caravan in Eastern Uganda 2016 – 2017 Advertisements Continue reading Omugole Caravan in Eastern Uganda 2016 – 2017
Why the timing? The production and touring of “Omugole” becomes relevant at this point in time, first to address the persistently volatile problem of massive poverty, high child defilement, early m… http://www.worldbank.org/en/country/uganda/brief/uganda-poverty-assessment-2016-fact-sheet Source: Timing of Omugole Caravan Continue reading Timing of Omugole Caravan
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via Daily Prompt: Radical Omugole caravan is the radical that will root development into Busoga and the neighbourhoods. Imagine the source of the Nile without clean water? The food basket with kwashiokor? That is Busoga and with collective knowledge creation done through radical riddling, the people, both young and old will make the long anticipated difference in their lives. “We have waited for long and nothing has come as we expected. This is the time to stand up and move on.” This is the word of commitment from a determined grandmother living beyond her means yet under a half dollar … Continue reading Radical
Professor Mercy Mirembe Ntangaare was born in Nyakasisa village in Bushenyi District in 1964. During the time, while other children were being encouraged by their parents to become doctors, lawyers or engineers, Ntangaare grew up in an open minded family … Continue reading Who is who?
Why the play, Omugole? Uganda in general, Mpolyabigere in particular has used drama to change lives in hard to reach areas of Busoga. The challenges that normally plague the children, youth and communities in Uganda are captured very well in … Continue reading Why Omugole drama?