Sooo many stories
HOW WE GOT HERE
In 2014, Nyana Kakoma, a writer and blogger, was motivated to start a blog that would showcase Ugandan writers and Ugandan literature. A writer herself, she was concerned that the story about Uganda, in and out of Uganda, was limited to a narrative that most Ugandans could not relate to, or take pride in. In May, 2014, Nyana started publishing Ugandan short stories poems, folk tales, book reviews and event reviews
After an Internship with Modjaji Books in South Africa, Nyana was convinced that the blog was ready to turn into a publishing house. The main motivation being a lack of quality and diverse Uganda books on the market. Fuelled by the hunger for "good books with our names in and on them",
Sooo many stories was officially registered as a publishing house.
The Oasis book project
We are...a non-
To better the reading and writing culture in Uganda by fostering local authors and providing Ugandan children with educative, entertaining and relevant stories.
Malaika Childrens mobile library
In Kampala, Uganda, Rosey Sembataya has started the Malaika Mobile Library to help bridge the gap between children and books. Her team drives motorbike taxis to the houses of children who want books throughout Uganda. She charges a small annual fee, and each child in the program gets to borrow three books per week.
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Cornerstone Development is among the longest running youth leadership development initiatives in Africa. Established in 1988, we have had a track record of consistent success over the years with schools ranking among the top in each respective country we work in, with graduates inspiring, influencing, and impacting in nearly every sector of society -
All our programs are directed toward helping under-
Our various programs are managed by nationals while Tim Kreutter (who grew up in Africa and has lived here most of his life) continues to serve as the overall director. The total number of staff members is around 250 through out East Africa.
Because so many of our young people have come from broken homes or lacked strong family support -
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READ for Life
'We believe that equipped and inspired teachers can change the story of Ugandan schools! And schools that are currently dominated by rote memorization, where 70% of grade 3-
To ensure that the children of Uganda learn to read and write in the early years of their education, READ for Life aims to improve literacy instruction in Ugandan classrooms
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