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Kiwamirembe, Queen of Peace Uganda’s Marian Shrine Nestled among tea plantations outside Kampala, the hilltop shrine of Kiwamirembe had its roots as a site of prayer for peace during Uganda’s devastating civil wars, and was finally launched in 1989 as a place for spiritual refuge, healing, and thanksgiving for deliverance from the wars. Kiwamirembe means “giver of peace.” ...The shrine draws pilgrims throughout the year, for overnight vigils, daily Masses, (Stations of The Cross) and Good Friday Passion walks. _ Rev. Michael C. McFarland, S.J. Sun Miracle During Alleged Apparition Of Mary On Good Friday At Kiwamirembe In Uganda. Video by Emmanuel Sseguya _______________
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This video can be downloaded here: http://www.ashdenawards.org/winners/nile08 Fruits of the Nile won an Ashden Award for Sustainable Energy in 2008. You can follow us on: Facebook http://bit.ly/9GKbIM Twitter http://twitter.com/AshdenAwards Blog: http://www.ashdenawards.org/blog/latest Fruits of the Nile is a Ugandan business which produced and exports about 120 tonnes/year of high-quality dried banana and pineapple from its factory in Njeru. The fresh fruit is prepared and dried in simple solar driers by 120 producer groups in rural areas: these groups buy fruit from over 800 farmers and employ about 500 labourers. Fruits of the Nile currently operates to FairTrade standards and, through rigorous training, monitoring and quality control, is converting the whole supply chain to...
Women in Uganda aren't just generating clean energy. Their networks are also creating new jobs. More information: www.ideasforacoolerworld.org
East Africa’s largest solar plant has been commissioned in Soroti district Eastern Uganda. Made up of 32,680 photovoltaic panels, the 10 Megawatts facility is the first grid-connected solar plant in Uganda. The US$ 19 million facility owned by access power and partly funded by the European Union is expected to provide sustainable electricity to over 40,000 homes, schools and business areas. UBC’s Cate Altamura reports…
The government in Uganda wants to harness the sun. While the country relies mostly on hydropower, it's trying to develop off-grid energy. But as Leon Ssenyange reports, advocates for renewable energy say it still won't be enough.
This initiative is a powerful example of how SIS students through The Kindred Project are using education as a force for good! An inspiring community project from three M3 students at Sotogrande International School, who team up with sustainable solar lamp company Little Sun, that has now become a reality and made a difference to 102 families living without electricity in the Nabugabo Community, Uganda!
Design, development, and deployment of high-efficiency, Insulated Solar-Electric Cooking. Two pilot prototypes are codesigned and deployed in Uganda. There's a slightly better version of this video available at: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=XTQhdjVd0Fk If you forward the video to someone, please forward this other video.
The Kayoola Bus, manufactured by Kiira Motors in Uganda, is unique and in a class of its own because it is the first ever solar-powered means of public transportation in Uganda. An electric motor fuelled by Lithium-ion batteries powers the 35-seater bus and has a range of up to 80 kilometers on a single charge.
I feel a cold flush going through my hair and hey you know what i dont even care the time has passed me by its gone with the wind its only cus the sun shined once again now the party's on everybody's there and if you dont know anyone you'll still meet some new friends that's the way it is when i have myself a drink its only cus the sun shines once again let the sun shine let the sun shine baby let it all go let it all go baby let the sun shine let the sun shine baby let it all go let it all go baby so turn the lights off aint no one afraid when the night comes it'll be just like the day and without the day i am glowing from within only cus the sun shined once again so play that sweet tune play it through the air http://www.elyricsworld.com/let_the_sun_shin...
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Engineers in Uganda have built Africa’s first bus powered by the sun. The Kayoola, a 35-seater white bus travels up to 80 kilometers on two power banks that are recharged by solar panels installed on the roof of the bus. Watch KTN Live http://www.ktnkenya.tv/live Watch KTN News http://www.ktnnews.com Follow us on http://www.twitter.com/ktnkenya Like us on http://www.facebook.com/ktnkenya
(15 Jan 2010) SHOTLIST Kampala, Uganda 1. Various of annular eclipse starting 2. Various of people watching eclipse 3. Close of people watching eclipse 4. Close of eclipse starting 5. People gathered to watch annular eclipse Nairobi, Kenya 6. Skyline of Nairobi 7. Various of annular eclipse 8. Various of Nairobi residents looking at annular eclipse through a sheet of perspex 9. SOUNDBITE: (Swahili) Lucy Warigia, Nairobi resident: "I have seen the moon and the sun merging and it''s something I have never experienced before it''s like a miracle." 10. Various of annular eclipse 11. Kenyan police looking at annular eclipse through a sheet of perspex 12. Close of police looking at eclipse, UPSOUND (English) Robert Mbasi, Nairobi police: "I''m seeing, I''m seeing, is it the s...
This video is a short clip of some of the highlights from Uganda 2017 trip.
Ugandans hope that a new solar plant, which went into operation last week, will bring an end to their electricity woes. The $19 million (18-million euro), 33-acre solar plant -- the first of its kind in East Africa -- can produce 10 megawatts of power that is fed into Uganda's national power grid.
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The Promotion of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Programme (PREEEP) is implemented by GIZ on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development. PREEEP works under the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development to promote sustainable use of energy for social economic empowerment, increased access to renewable energy, and efficient utilization of the existing energy resources.
"Power Struggle" Sub-Saharan Africa Uganda and Electricity/Power Development The developing nations struggle with obtaining adequate power without oil or coal. They do however have lots and lots of sun and water power potential.