Our provider Sulait from Uganda shares some facts about his home country of Uganda:
Uganda is a third world country in Africa that is commonly known as the pearl of Africa because of its beauty in nature. Uganda has many varying landscapes, including mountains like Mt. Elgon and Mt. Rwenzori. Uganda is a landlocked country, however the second largest river in the world, the Nile River, starts in Uganda.
Uganda was colonized by Britain until they achieved independence in 1962. Many people in Europe know Uganda for one reason: the notorious president Idd Amini Dada. The president treated his people very poorly and murdered many innocent people.
Uganda is a popular country for tourists. The variety of wildlife in their game parks attract many visitors. Many of their game parks boast animals such as baboons, chimpanzees, monkeys, leopards, snakes, giraffes, hippos and much more.
There are many different tribes in Uganda, and they each have different cultural beliefs and languages.
Agriculture is a big business in Uganda with 70% of Ugandans working as farmers. The local farmers grow crops to earn a living.
Want to learn more about Uganda? Check out over 3,900 authentic resources on SCOLA.org!