The culture history of the Republic of Uganda

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Funding for education in Uganda
By Emmanuel K. Twesigye, 29 December 1994. How to restore Uganda (‘If I were president,...’).
Education for rural development in Uganda
By Prof. Emmanuel K. Twesigye, Ohio Wesleyan University, 29 January 1995. With its fertile land, Uganda could become Africa's bread basket. However, much of this land is idle, and young people flock into towns and cities, where there are no jobs or housing, and as a result, many are unemployed and homeless, who resort to illegal activities. We can discourage migration into the urban areas by developing the rural areas and creating opportunities and employment there.