We’re enlightened to announce our partnership with the Uganda Red Cross Society, aimed at equipping our staff with the skills to provide more safety during our activities, at our guesthouse and for the community around us.
We’re ready to launch what we’ve been working on the past months with Akiiki, and so proud to share that! Akiiki is a project by people for people, bridging all our minor differences. The key is Connecting Communication.
I’m very excited to announce our partnership with Endiro Coffee, Uganda’s leading coffee brand with an incredible track record in community development, by opening the first ‘Endiro Trailhead’ branch with us in Karamoja!
Reduce plastic waste and #RefillMyBottle – We are happy and excited to be part of the RefillMyBottle initiative. This is a great way to motivate people to reduce the consumption of plastic bottles for both locals and tourists.
A new way of collaboration with Akiiki partnership – Marijke D’Herde lanceert Akiiki, een vzw die verbindende reizen in Oeganda organiseert. Deze reis doet je verder groeien in verbindende communicatie door het praktisch toe te passen ‘on the road’.
Kara-Tunga launches Karamoja Workshop Tours – The Karamoja Workshops are tours aimed at connecting travellers with craftsmen, two-way sharing of knowledge, improving communities livelihoods and preserving cultural heritage. Through the workshops, craftsmen are able to double or triple their income and learn more about a potential group of buyers and fellow artists.
How one Whistler resident is working with the Tepeth community of Mount Moroto and local social enterprise Kara-Tunga Tours to enhance livelihoods through developing mountain bike tourism on the mountain.
We had the privilege to have connected with the Belgium trainer in Connecting / Non-Violent Communication called Marijke D’Herde (Walk Your Talk). Marijke has a great passion in sharing the knowledge and resources she receives in the North (Western world) in order to share it with the South (Africa).