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Traveling to Uganda soon? You better bring your umbrella! Hear from our provider in Kampala as he tells us about the weather in Uganda at this time of year. Want to know more about the weather in Uganda and other countries around the world? Watch for the release of Savoir-Vivre on www.scola.org!
Even (almost) right on the equator you can get severe storms! I'm sure this one would have had earned a severe storm warning if Uganda issued them. Statistically, hail is very rare in the tropics...well...it's not rare in thunderstorms here - it's probably in most of them - but it's rare for it to reach the ground un-melted since the surface temperature is usually between 20-30C (64-86F) - including night-time minimums. In 6 years here I've only seen hail 3 times. Flash flooding, on the other hand, is very common - especially in the rainy season, which it is here now.
Geof Bradfield Trio (w Dennis Carroll-bass and Dana Hall-drums) play a trio version of "Kampala" from Bradfield's "African Flowers" album on Origin Records. Recorded at the House Party Starting Jazz Series curated by Dave Miller and Andrew Trim, 3/23/11
For more than two months, the country has been experiencing a heat wave. Now the Uganda National Meteorological Authority might have some good news as a recent forecast indicates an increased probability for normal rainfall over much of the country in coming days. While Speaking to the media this morning at the Uganda National Media Centre in Kampala, the executive director of Uganda National Meteorological Authority, Dr Festus Loboyera, some parts however will remain dry. He has advised farmers to start preparing land for cultivation. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
Due to poor planning of Infrastructure in Kampala, Uganda, during heavy rains there is often flooding in parts of the city. This is an example.
Parts of Kampala city and its neighbourhood were left flooded this afternoon after a downpour that lasted one and a half hours.
In this video, I share a few reasons why I appreciate living in Kampala, Uganda, especially as a black American woman. Between the cost of living, culture, weather and languages, Kampala is truly apart of the pearl of Africa. Make sure you subscribe to my channel...it needs some love! Make sure to check out some of my previous videos: My 2015 travels around the world! https://youtu.be/TI92VXx0piE My big announcement!!! https://youtu.be/iKmGoBg7oio The surprise of my life! You don't want to miss it! https://youtu.be/ndbDlqvBwQo See how I maintain my locs in Uganda! https://youtu.be/dMipQDyc0BM See why fear almost took my life: https://youtu.be/Rd_xIXnMfqQ Considering teaching abroad? Check this out! https://youtu.be/GAwMKrcgJMs Make sure to check out my blog for more information...
Uganda's dry spell has hurt the country's coffee exports. Ugandan coffee producers are working on measures to maximize coffee production during the harsh weather.CCTV Africa's Michael Baleke filed this report from Kampala.
the rains might be a set back to many people but,they (rains) happen to be a blessings to a bunch of women entrepreneur in the capital city of uganda. watch the short #vlog shot end of october 2015 Ugandan women/ladies on a creative hustle of selling umbrellas in kampala uganda weekly vlogs of ugandan entertainers in all corners of the country
Pouring rain in Kampala, Uganda as the rainy season starts
The Inaugural climate change symposium has today been held in Uganda ahead of UN Climate Change Conference, COP 23, scheduled to take place this November in Bonn Germany. The Symposium is aimed at sensitizing the public of climate change and it’s adverse effects with the aim of finding solutions to mitigate the effects. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
www.theredquest.com I fly into Kampala and stay at the Sheraton. From there I have a wander around to see the marabou storks and then the next day head off on a city tour. I visit Owino Market, a couple of Mosques and generally have a great old time. Read my book about visiting every former Soviet Republic. Visit www.theredquest.com
Experience the New Africa and all her beauty with Folustorms as she embarks on a tour of African countries to explore art, music and culture. On this episode, we are in Kampala, Uganda; enjoy! Subscribe to the NdaniTV youtube channel here: http://www.youtube.com/user/ndaniTv?sub_confirmation=1 Visit the NdaniTV youtube channel for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/ndaniTV Connect with NdaniTV online: Visit our website Ndani.TV: http://ndani.tv/ Follow NdaniTV on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NdaniTv Follow NdaniTV on Google+: https://plus.google.com/111367825279376755020/about Follow NdaniTV on twitter: https://twitter.com/ndaniTV Follow NdaniTV on instagram: http://instagram.com/ndanitv Follow NdaniTV on Tumblr: http://ndanitv.tumblr.com/
So I spent the best part of two weeks travelling around Uganda over Christmas. From Kampala, Murchison Falls, Mbarara and many places in between. It was a fantastic adventure and i'm looking forward to going back to visit other countries in Africa. These are some highlights from the trip. Just to add some context, the countdown at the very end was the countdown to New Years, which i spent on a plane back to the UK. Just in case you didn't get that ;) Thanks for watching! You can find me here! https://www.instagram.com/shyam_rajdev/ shyamrajdev.com -
An adventure in the deepest heart of Africa. 21 improbable characters, 7 4x4s and 1 mechanic travelling around on the bumpy and dusty Ugandan roads. An incredible journey to reach one of the remotest place in the World: the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest where the last Mountain Gorilla are still living.
Planning to visit Uganda? Check out our Uganda Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Uganda. Top Places to visit in Uganda: Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kibale National Park, Murchison Falls National Park, Lake Mburo National Park, Entebbe Wildlife Sanctuary, Ssese Islands, Mount Elgon National Park, Kasubi Tombs, Lake Mutanda Subscribe to Social Bubble: https://www.youtube.com/c/SocialBubbleNashik?sub_confirmation=1 To go to the World Travel Guide playlist go to: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3wNXIKi7sz3IilVSbByNJzEsCmsbIgv1 Visit our Website: http://socialbubble.global Follow us on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+SocialBubbleNashik Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/socialbubble Follow us on Twitter: h...
Located in the Murchison Falls National Park, this Five Star lodge is undoubtedly the gem in Uganda's crown of tourism destinations. The breathtaking panoramic views, coupled with the sounds of the River Nile's magnificent rapids, sets the scene for an adventure that will impress even the most discerning of visitors. For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
I take a long walk through the busy downtown area of Kampala, near City Square. // Please consider contributing to the campaign below. If not // possible, click on the link and share using Facebook https://www.gofundme.com/send-emily-and-gavin-to-school
Welcome to Visit Kampala, the Official KCCA travel guide to Kampala – Uganda. Find all Kampala has to offer; amazing attractions, coolest hang out spots, superb culture/nightlife, events, restaurants, hotels and more. Few cities across the African Continent can rival the happy life of Kampala-some have branded it the “The City that never sleeps” Kampala is the city where being bored is never an option. Pay us a visit and see how we shall make your memories here last a lifetime!
I have finally edited the last of our Ugandan vlogs! I had never actually been to Kampala (just through it), so we decided to have a bit of a tour and see all the sights. It doesn't beat Jinja in my books, but worth a visit if you're around! The traffic was crazy and I'm glad we had a local guide to help us out. If anyone needs one, here are his details, he was really good (he also organises safaris etc.): http://assuredugandasafari.com/ Thanks for watching! Next up, I have Croatia vlogs coming :)
In this video, I share a few things that absolutely annoy me about living in Kampala, Uganda! Honestly, a lot of my frustrations are due to the fact that I am used to a certain posh life style from the States and the UAE. Can you believe it! II've been spoiled all this time!!! Although I am complaining in this video, I have been extremely humbled by these experiences. I am thankful for this opportunity because it has increased my appreciation for certain things to an exponential level. Between the transportation, cheating, staring and crazy streets- Look, just watch for yourself! Make sure you subscribe to my channel...it needs some love! Make sure to check out some of my previous videos: My 2015 travels around the world! https://youtu.be/TI92VXx0piE My big announcement!!! https:...
We went for a research/ workshop travel to Uganda. The workshop was held at Makerere University in Kampala. We also visited: Kampala City 0:50 Uganda Equator Line 1:42 Carnival Restaurant 5:14 The Nile 9:03 (starting with shops etc :D) 9:36 Uganda Wildlife Education Center 10:12 Social Stuff :D Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rettungsratte/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Rettungsratte Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/kyujorat Music: Savannah Sketch, Zanzibar, Artifact, Tafi Maradi, Whimsy Groove by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Top 10 best tourist places in Uganda
Uganda June-August 2014 To have the same experience head to: http://volunteeruganda.org/volunteer-abroad Shot, Edited & Narrated by Ben Fitzgerald For More Videos By Ben Head To : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU45z-cefds0Ib-f33MQdvw http://vimeo.com/user3459937 Song - "Dad" (Featuring Camille Despres) by Thylacine
Alan Kasujja With Sadhguru - ‘Directing Destiny’ Sunday 12th June, 5.30 – 8.00 Pm EAT, 8pm IST BBC World Service presenter and journalist, converses with Sadhguru , yogi, mystic and visionary humanitarian on our destinies as individuals, as institutions, as businesses, and as a nation. Are we drivers or passengers to our own and Uganda’s destiny? Together they negotiate the challenges of ‘getting there’ in Uganda. In Conversation with the Mystic is an exclusive series of interactive episodes where eminent personalities from various walks of life explore a range of subjects with Sadhguru. Amidst engaging stories and witty jokes, Sadhguru bridges the gap between the modern and the mystical and opens the door to deeper dimensions of life. Learn more at: http://www.inconversations.com ****...
For transcript of this interview see: https://larouchepac.com/20150506/end-droughts-weather-control-interview-prof-pulinets "Weather control? Yes, it is really possible!" This is the title of a March 25, 2009 article by Professor Sergey Pulinets, published in Russia Beyond the Headlines (http://rbth.co.uk/articles/2009/03/25/250309_weather.html). Atmospheric ionization systems have been successfully used to increase precipitation, and affect associated weather processes. This has been done in multiple locations around the world, cumulatively for three decades. With a further development of these technologies the droughts in California and other locations around the world could be overcome in a completely new way: by the management of the water resources of the sky! Professor Pulin...
It is with great pleasure that we would like to welcome you to our latest documentary: “There is a Chicken in Uganda called Adolf” aka “the Chicken”. As you will see in the opening texts then this is a true story. It was made with much love but poor planning in the sense that we went down to Uganda with a mission in mind, but not a faint idea what to expect. Two weeks later we returned dazed and confused with 86 hours of footage, a soul full of inspiration and new found love for a country and it´s people. We then spent the next 5 months trying to figure out what actually happened and how to best tell that story without confusing the people we wanted to share this story with. We hope that after watching this film that you feel what we felt when we returned. Which was both inspired, as we...
On CBN Newswatch, Aug. 30th: The weather in Texas is improving just a bit but the human toll from Harvey continues to climb;transgender troops can continue serving in the military for now;Paul strand reports from one of the largest school bible ...
Rice growing in Busoga region
The Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) in Uganda have regularly abducted children and then trained them as fighters or used them as sex slaves. These abducted children often spend several years in the bush as captives of rebels, pursued by government troops. Many of the children do not survive the ordeal. Those children who manage to escape are severely traumatized and sometimes not welcomed back by their families. Most of the girls return as mothers after having been repeatedly raped - but their children are likewise rejected by the families. Filmmaker Jörg Brase met a number of these "children of terror” and tells some of their stories. Evelyn Amony and Victoria Nyanyjura were among the underage victims. At the age of 11 Evelyn was kidnapped by the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) on her way to...
Urban farming; what it takes to own a farm in town.
TOTUUZA BWONGO For more news, visit www.deltatvuganda.com Follow us on twitter https://twitter.com/deltativi
This is a documentary film comparing various aspects of peoples ways of life in the city of Des Moines which is the capital city of the state of Iowa in the USA and that of Kampala, which is the capital city of Uganda in Africa. This was a production of a nursing Student at Des Moines Area Community College in Iowa. Its main purpose was to inform the public about variations in peoples ways of life in Des Moines, Iowa and Kampala, Uganda. This film was also made to raise money for tuition for this student (James Kizito) and his wife as they pursue the nursing degree program. Well-wishers are most welcome to contribute money to this cause on the Kizitos educational fund @ http://www.gofundme.com/pg93rs98 Extra monies raised will be used to build a borehole(s) in a rural area(s) that desper...
DP President Norbert Mao: Hon Nakiwala Kiyingi has never fought and is not fighting DP unlike some members of the Suubi faction "Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago is a DP dissident. He doesn't support the official party positions." Suubi faction fights DP more than they fight NRM. DP offered Lukwago the party mayoral ticket but he turned it down. If I could embrace Joseph Kony who has killed my people and make peace with Ochola, why would it be hard for me to welcome Lukwago? Hon Nakiwala Kiyingi's appointment has been sensationalised by the media. It was no blow for DP. DP wasn't consulted before Nakiwala's appointment. I think the Church was approached and her name came up. If Hon. Nakiwala was a member of the National Executive Committee, it would have been another issue. But she...