One week quarantine in Uganda

My first week in Uganda was very exciting. I have to say that there were especially tense and stressful moments about the housing arrangements for my stay in Lira, where my internship takes place. My fellow students and I all arrived safely around midnight on the 24th of January in Entebbe. It’s nice to travelContinue reading “One week quarantine in Uganda”

Black History Month – Ubuntu and in search of identity

I was reading this book called ‘Everyday Ubuntu: Living better together, the African way’ (the English version) written by Mungi Ngomane the granddaughter of Archbischop Desmond Tutu. The version I was reading is in Dutch it’s called ‘De Lessen van Ubuntu: De Afrikaanse filosofie voor een gelukkig leven’, while reading this book and especially inContinue reading “Black History Month – Ubuntu and in search of identity”

Communication is the key (non-violent/connecting)

Hello guys! This is my first blog… so bear with me, it’s not going to be perfect in the beginning… but I’ll certainly improve gradually over the years. There’s one interesting experience I had that I wanted to share with you guys. Since this is my first blog, I want to take this opportunity! DuringContinue reading “Communication is the key (non-violent/connecting)”