Internet in Uganda
Education in Uganda – the cost of authentic African folklore dying, thanks to Google
Practical education in most of Uganda was hybrid. It combined traditional African folklore and Western Colonial education at formal learning institutions. This type of education was effective since it produced outputs that positively influenced and shaped ‘total’ nation-states. First and second-generation intelligentsia in Uganda were of this ilk. We will let you judge – for… Continue reading
54% of Ugandans are off the internet – blessing or curse? Series 2 of 2
Based on series 1, it’s not far fetched to consider the internet in Uganda, a tool that aids the exclusion of other people, mostly the poor and vulnerable, by creating a unique and privileged class of users. Indeed, in conclusion, series 1 asked the question: How do we get this cacophony of internet blessing and… Continue reading
54% of Ugandans are off the internet – blessing or curse? Series 1 of 2
Many a time, we assume that all of us are good internet-citizens. And that without the internet, we can’t survive. Well, not really, apparently, 54% of our countrymen and women in Uganda are off the internet, and they haven’t died, or just not as yet. To the contrary, those without the internet passport and visa… Continue reading
Apollo B. Gabazira is an Ugandan OD. junkie fascinated by matters that render organisations/individuals effective or not. He blogs on effective leadership and management. He is a devoted green-farmer and breeds the Ayrshire cow at Nakabugu, Luuka district, Uganda. Apollo is quite effective at what he chooses to do.