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  • Friends are enquiring, “why is it so quiet on your blog..?” Herewith an article in response… While it’s snowing in Germany and the cold spell […]

    We still live in Uganda…

    Friends are enquiring, “why is it so quiet on your blog..?” Herewith an article in response… While it’s snowing in Germany and the cold spell […]

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  • It is certainly never boring in Uganda. If one doesn’t have to fight corruption, or is faced with insufficiently trained or de-motivated colleagues and co-workers, […]

    Just a Simple Hacking Attack?

    It is certainly never boring in Uganda. If one doesn’t have to fight corruption, or is faced with insufficiently trained or de-motivated colleagues and co-workers, […]

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  • The title may sound a little racist to people who are used to living in multicultural environments, and I apologise should anybody feel offended by […]

    Being a white person between Africans

    The title may sound a little racist to people who are used to living in multicultural environments, and I apologise should anybody feel offended by […]

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  • In Uganda, it is said, there are no niches in the market, but great big gaping holes. You’ll find an unbelievable number of churches for […]

    Market and Need in Uganda

    In Uganda, it is said, there are no niches in the market, but great big gaping holes. You’ll find an unbelievable number of churches for […]

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  • The Internet is enormously weak and we are glad if it goes at all. We were nearly one week offline in the office, but this […]

    Two weeks later

    The Internet is enormously weak and we are glad if it goes at all. We were nearly one week offline in the office, but this […]

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  • We arrived in Uganda in March 2009; I with a working contract as a development worker and my husband as “following” partner. Following an excerpt […]

    Arrival

    We arrived in Uganda in March 2009; I with a working contract as a development worker and my husband as “following” partner. Following an excerpt […]

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  • From today this blog will finally be in two languages: German and English. It took me quite a while to fathom how to operate the […]

    Multilingual Blog

    From today this blog will finally be in two languages: German and English. It took me quite a while to fathom how to operate the […]

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