Anna-Clare Lukoma has seen her star rising on the Ugandan fashion scene. She’s just won the Most Outstanding and Supportive Designer award at the International Women’s Day Festival with her bespoke collection, Sweet Phina. We catch up with her and her passion for fashion. Where did you grow up? Was your family interested in fashion? I...

Going Green in Kampala

Over the past ten years there’s been a big move to ‘go green’. But what does it all mean and is it possible in Kampala? The ‘green revolution’ or ‘going green’ are phrases that simply refer taking actions that are more environmentally friendly than regular actions. So, for example recycling is considered a green...
Ngamba Island Chimp Sanctuary Ngamba Island is the perfect haven just outside Kampala. It is a 95-acre piece of heaven that was created as a home for very special residents. For those in touch with nature who long to see it preserved, the Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary is a place you won’t want to miss. Although...

Kampala’s Bucket List

Kampala’s Bucket List It happens to everyone. You’ve lived in a city for a number of years and you think you know it all. You’ve done it all. You’ve seen it all. But, in reality, there is simply a well-worn route you trod (or sit in traffic, as the case may be) between your house,...

WeaverBird Art Community

WeaverBird Art Community Imagine escaping the hustle and bustle of Kampala city for a camping weekend only two hours away in a vibrant quiet village near Masaka. This is exactly what the WeaverBird arts community provides you. Ndegeya is a village located 3kms outside Masaka town center. Ndegeya is Lugandan for the crafty weaver bird and...