All the following sound good:

“We shall be getting more money from exports. It is very easy to target export markets, once you organise the farmers. We are working with exporters. We are going to register all farmers that produce horticulture for export. That is vegetables and fruits for exports.”

FAO in Uganda

FAO in Uganda

But the most intriguing one is: “We have already done it on paper and it is possible.”

There are a few things that must take place to succeed on some of those plans e.g. “Cotton, we are going to emphasize not only production of cotton, but also value addition”, in other words cotton cloth etc. There must be a ban on all second hand (used) clothes donated from overseas and sold cheaply all over the country, for local cotton so called “added value programs” to succeed.

Here is the tricky part about developing nations trying to export to developed nations, price influence through Agricultural subsidies of developed countries. One has to understand how subsidies work in developed nations to be able to plan effectively for those markets. Here is a simplified version that goes to the point, “Our crazy farm subsidies, explained”.

And it is not that this unfair competition has(n’t) been known for sometime.

Of the countries studied by the OECD, 94 percent of subsidies were spent by Asia, Europe, and North America—leaving only 6 percent for the rest of the world. EU spent over $106 billion on agricultural subsidies in total.

However, there are some areas that Uganda has an advantage in, and it is in Organic farming. Simple reason, for example in U.S. organic farming doesn’t get subsidies and there is a short supply of anything organic.

The organic food revolution that is minting millionaires.

I don’t understand how the minister of Agriculture could have mentioned fertilizers’ contribution to increasing production but forgot to mention irrigation especially with this global warming that brings about un-predicitable droughts. Unless the value of irrigation is appreciated and given investment into, we will keep looking up the sky waiting for rain manna to fall from heaven, instead of using the water manna that God gave us long ago and is kept safely under the ground.

The role of water in agricultural development:

The problem is that Africans believe in free lunch, case in point: “In December 2015, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) launched an Emergency Appeal of 950,205 Swiss francs to meet the food security needs of 11,500 people affected by the drought in Namibia. However, the Appeal has only been funded 15 per cent, which means that only 1,200 people are being supported with drought relief by the Red Cross.”

The question is this: “How much investment has Namibian government put into irrigation since 2012 when massive aquifers were discovered?”

Too soon to tap Namibia’s groundwater find, experts say”

Your guess is as good as mine why Namibia was told that it was too soon to tap under ground water, yet longer droughts are causing famine and deaths. “A disturbing trend in the water sector is accelerating worldwide. The new “water barons” — the Wall Street banks and elitist multibillionaires — are buying up water all over the world at unprecedented pace.”


Is Donald Trump likely to win the 2016 election?


Photo Credit to Quora


A Billion Go Hungry Because of GMO Farming: Vandana Shiva

Human Depopulation


The man who solved one of the oldest problems in maths.


A maths problem, which has gone more than 150 years without a solution, has finally been solved by Nigerian academic Dr. Opeyemi Enoch. The Riemann Hypothesis was first proposed by Bernhard Riemann in 1859.

As the first person to provide a solution, Dr. Enoch has scooped a million dollar prize – Excerpt from

Riemann hypothesis

Climate Change, GMO’s and Conflict Process in Uganda

by Dillon T. Klepetar

1. Abstract

In 2007, President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda declared climate change “an act of aggression by the rich against the poor”. Perhaps for the first time an African leader had made the case that the effects of greenhouse gases produced in the industrialized North constituted an act of violence on the global South. If nothing else, Uganda was making a statement.

While politicians in the United States Congress debated the very existence of global warming, extreme weather events were wreaking havoc in this poor east African nation. Uganda’s history has been anything but tranquil and the process of democratization, nowhere near completion, has not been smooth.

That being said, the problems arising from temperature and rainfall changes will push an already unstable country into more dire straits. Food security poses the most serious risk from climate change fallout and ironically the proposed solutions will make hunger worse and not better. As basic resources become more scarce and lucrative resources more profitable, the possibility of conflict mounts.


Uganda is heading towards a massive buy-in to GMO technology countrywide focusing primarily on cereal crops (corn). Soon after the transition has been widely adopted, Monsanto will pull the royalty-free introductory rate once farmers are hooked. Farmers will go into debt to purchase GMO seed and products since it is the only thing that will grow on their land after it has been desecrated by monoculture in combination with heavy pesticide and herbicide applications. When individual debt builds, farmers will have no choice but to clear entire swaths of virgin forest to grow conventional maize once again to recover their livelihoods. – Excerpts from paper by Dillon T. Klepetar

(to read moreclick here )

Who is better qualified to be your official consultant?

Go ahead and engage objectively.

If you were a policy maker trying to make critical decisions on food security policies that will have a great impact on your people and the nation as a whole, who do you think is better qualified to be your official consultant: (a) or (b)?


(b). Insect, Physiology and Ecology professor turned politician.


"We're all smokers here," Okey said, "but not with cigarettes."

“We’re all smokers here,” Okey said, “but not with cigarettes.” (Jeffrey Barbee/For the Times/November 20, 2006)

Ebocha, Nigeria — Justice Eta, 14 months old, held out his tiny thumb.

In Ebocha, Nigeria: The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation invests in the oil plant in the background, which doctors say harms babies like Justice Eta, whose immunizations were funded by the foundation. (Edmund Sanders/Jan 5, 2007)

In Ebocha, Nigeria: The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation invests in the oil plant in the background, which doctors say harms babies like Justice Eta, whose immunizations were funded by the foundation. (Edmund Sanders/Jan 5, 2007)

An ink spot certified that he had been immunized against polio and measles, thanks to a vaccination drive supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

But polio is not the only threat Justice faces. Almost since birth, he has had respiratory trouble. His neighbors call it “the cough.” People blame fumes and soot spewing from flames that tower 300 feet into the air over a nearby oil plant. It is owned by the Italian petroleum giant Eni, whose investors include the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

In Ebocha, where Justice lives, Dr. Elekwachi Okey, a local physician, says hundreds of flares at oil plants in the Niger Delta have caused an epidemic of bronchitis in adults, and asthma and blurred vision in children. No definitive studies have documented the health effects, but many of the 250 toxic chemicals in the fumes and soot have long been linked to respiratory disease and cancer.

execerpts from article By Charles Piller, Edmund Sanders and Robyn Dixon

Gates Foundation resists pressure to pull private prison investment

Detainees work in the laundry at the Northwest Detention Center. Hunger strikers complained that they’re paid as little as $1/day for these jobs. (Photo by Alex Stonehill)

Detainees work in the laundry at the Northwest Detention Center. Hunger strikers complained that they’re paid as little as $1/day for these jobs. (Photo by Alex Stonehill)


The storm of bad press resulting from the strike also spread locally to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Gates first caught flack for a $2.2 million investment in the GEO Group (which operates the Northwest Detention Center on contract from Immigration and Customs Enforcement) following an article in Mother Jones late last year.

In early April, Latino advocacy group organized an action outside the Gate’s Foundation’s South Lake Union offices, demanding that the asset trust (the foundation’s fundraising arm) divest from GEO. – excerpt form

Prison Economics Help Drive Ariz. Immigration Law

What he was selling was a prison for women and children who were illegal immigrants.


Drugs and Race

The House I Live In

by Chad Campbell, senior producer – Sun, October 7, 2012
It’s called “The House I Live In” and it opens in limited release in New York City this weekend. Over the past 40 years, the US has spent more than a trillion dollars and arrested more than 45 million people on drug charges. Despite that, drugs today are purer, cheaper and easier to obtain and use…..

“The House I Live In”

Prison Debate Team Defeats Harvard In Amazing Victory

GEO Private Prisons

“Big business built the prison state. Why should we trust them to tear it down?”


Poetry Born In Prison

Photo of poet and activist Reginald Dwayne Betts. (Photo Courtesy Rachel Eliza Griffiths) Photo of poet and activist Reginald Dwayne Betts. (Photo Courtesy Rachel Eliza Griffiths)

Photo of poet and activist Reginald Dwayne Betts. (Photo Courtesy Rachel Eliza Griffiths)

At 16, Reginald Dwayne Betts went to prison. Now he’s a law student and a celebrated poet, with a poet’s moving view of race and justice and life.

At sixteen, Reginald Dwayne Betts was young, black and in trouble. Arrested for carjacking. And the next day, before a judge and headed for eight years in prison. At 24, he was out. Self-educated. Deeply-read. And a self-made poet. Now, Dwayne Betts is a celebrated poet, and in his last year at Yale Law School.

His latest collection goes right at the despair and fatherless children and prison time that came out of the decade of war on drugs. “Bastards of the Reagan Era,” he calls it. It’s powerful. He’s with us. This hour On Point, Reginald Dwayne Betts, poet of the dispossessed. – (Excerpts from

– Tom Ashbrook


The results:

The vast majority ‒ 85 percent ‒ of tampons, cotton and sanitary products tested in a new Argentinian study contained glyphosate, the key ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide, ruled a likely carcinogen by the World Health Organization

This beta-carotene enriched GM Banana experiment at Iowa State University exclusively targets females of 18-40 years of age, the optimum adult childbearing age group.

(A) Is this an efficacy or safety study of GMO banana effects on female fertility?

(B) If it is a Vitamin A efficacy study, why are males excluded from participating?

The paradoxical findings: beta-carotene supplementation do not support the observed beneficial associations or a role for supplemental b-carotene in lung cancer prevention; instead, they provide striking evidence for adverse effects (ie, excess lung cancer incidence and overall mortality) in smokers. beta-carotene and lung cancer: a case study –

( c). Why are there no studies on increased risk to smokers that eat those beta carotene enriched GMO bananas daily and also take multivitamin supplements that contain vitamin A?

Sam Nzabandora, Ames

– See more at:

Study of GMO Banana Effects On Female Fertility Disguised?

GM_BananaThis β-carotene enriched GM Banana experiment at Iowa State University exclusively targets females of 18-40 years of age, the optimum childbearing age range, why don’t they call it – “Study of GMO Banana effects on Female Fertility?”

Is this experiment surely to discover that eating foods rich in beta-crotene increases Vitamin A level in a human body? If that is the case, why are males excluded from participating?

Since some of ISU researchers, like Dr. Wendy Wintersteen, claim that the reason for not doing Safety Trials on those GMO Bananas is based on the GRAS general knowledge of GMO Food Safety, then why not extend that type of deductive reasoning to the β-carotene enriched GM Banana and deduce that there is no need to test for Vitamin A presence since it is well proven beyond doubt that once you eat foods rich in beta carotene it gets converted into vitamin A in your body?

In this case of targeting only females of optimum child bearing age, I tend to agree with the explanation given by our Ugandan Biotechnologist expert with NARO, who is at the forefront of GMO Bananas in Uganda, his answer to my question of why only women in ISU GM Banana trials, the following was his answer (emailed on Saturday, January 17, 2015 4:19 AM):

female-reproductive-system“Dear Sam,

Thanks for the email. There may be a technicality leading to preference for the female subjects. Such as conversion efficiency and probably taking the predictions further to child bearing factors. I am just guessing here but if one asked the study leaders I am sure they will have a convincing reason.


(Note: Where I differ with Dr. Andrew is that he thinks experimenting on only women is taking predictions further to child bearing factors, while I believe that the experiment is not about anything else but child bearing factors since it excludes everyone else except the females of child bearing age group.)

I do hereby therefore, kindly request the Dean of Iowa State University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Dr. Wendy Wintersteen, to provide convincing reasons to the following questions:

(a). Why were males excluded from the Study?

(b). Will ISU researchers please expand on the proposal of our Ugandan Biotechnology Senior Scientist, that those GMO bananas are probably taking the predictions further to child bearing factors?

( c). If his suggestion is correct, that the study was about taking the predictions further to child bearing factors, is there proof that there is no need to take it further and extend it to effects on pituitary hormones which are responsible for maintaining the sperm production process?

(d). The study also excludes Smokers. Knowing that there are many banana eaters that smoke too, why would you not be interested in knowing how their bodies would react to these beta carotene enriched bananas?

(e). The paradoxical findings: β-carotene supplementation do not support the observed beneficial associations or a role for supplemental β-carotene in lung cancer prevention; instead, they provide striking evidence for adverse effects (ie, excess lung cancer incidence and overall mortality) in smokers.

β-Carotene and lung cancer: a case study.

Are there any studies on increased risk to a smoker that eats daily those enriched beta carotene enriched GMO bananas and also takes multivitamin supplements that contain vitamin A?

(f). Is this an Efficacy Study trying to find out how β-carotene enriched GM Bananas increase fertility or decreases it?

(g). Or is it a Safety Study about finding out whether or not female fertility is harmed by those GMO bananas?

(h). Why target optimum child bearing female age group only, if this is not a Study of β-carotene enriched GM Banana effects on Female Fertility?

I would like to assure the researchers at ISU that Ugandan males and females outside the age range of 18-40 years do eat bananas equally much.

It is ironic that that this project is funded by the same people who feel that high fertility in Africa is a problem that they must solve!

What does changing complex systems look like in practice?



GM-free means good sales for NZ:

“In the 16 years since genetically modified crops started growing in the United States, New Zealand has remained a GM-free food producer. Not because of red tape, nor because New Zealanders are anti-science.

Quite simply it is because GM foods continue to be shunned in New Zealand’s high-value export markets.”- STEPHANIE HOWARD

New Zealand farmers have demonstrated some of the best commercial yields in the world, ranging between 60 to 80 tonnes per hectare, some reporting yields of 88 tonnes potatoes per hectare.


GE corn & neonicotinoid seed treatments go hand-in-hand

Over the last 15 years, U.S. corn cultivation has gone from a crop requiring little-to-no insecticides and negligible amounts of fungicides, to a crop where the average acre is grown from seeds treated or genetically engineered to express three different insecticides (as well as a fungicide or two) before being sprayed prophylactically with RoundUp (an herbicide) and a new class of fungicides that farmers didn’t know they “needed” before the mid-2000s.

(Q). Are there bananas resistant to BXW?

(A). No. Cultivated bananas are not yet available however the National Banana Research Program is currently conducting research into the development of bananas with such traits. So the best way to prevent BXW is by following recommended practices such as removing the male buds, removing infected plants, flaming prunning tools and others. You can read more about his on other pages on this website.

UK ‘aid’ is financing a corporate scramble for Africa

LandIt is vital Europe takes urgent action to measure and reduce its use of the world’s limited land:


KAMPALA/BRUSSELS/LONDON , 19 February 2015– Farmers in Uganda evicted by oil palm plantations are today filing a lawsuit against a joint venture co-owned by oil palm giant Wilmar International

The Microbiota Crisis – Thanks to GMOs for poop business:

The Microbiota Crisis: How the Herbicide Glyphosate is Killing Microbiomes.

How Your Microbiome Controls Your Health.

Microbiome therapy gains market traction (US$500 million in research; Yet with a few exceptions, such as the use of faecal transplants for treating life threatening gut infections).

Which explains why Poop business is booming

Why DIY fecal transplants are a thing (and the FDA is only part of the reason)

Monsanto could be destroying your micro biome.

Developing World might be left holding the bag of Growing GMO Crops and many other things too.

Farmers told GM crops are ‘too dangerous to insure’; Gates refuses Liability for GMOs

Why does Bill Gates refuse to accept Liability for GMOs, yet supporting GMO food research you may ask. That answer seems to be a guarded secret that he may never share publicly.

But his smile and his answer when asked weather or not he supports Genetically modified food make a good combination, summed up as if to say – “I’m just a funder, when it comes to GMO safety- Africa you are on your own I have nothing to do with that.”

Assertions before safety trials that GMOs are hundred percent safe and that no report world over to the effect that GMOs can harm people, especially coming from the ones supposed to carry out those very tests is very unsettling to say the least.

Those individuals should explain to the public and members of the parliament why Farmers were told GM crops are ‘too dangerous to insure

Insurers refused to cover GM farmers – Leading companies liken risk to thalidomide and terrorism

deformed pigDeformities, sickness & livestock deaths – “the new normal?.” Children of Thalidomide, C 13 H 10 N 2 O 4,-  in 46 different countries around the world including Africa.Freddie

Feb. 20th, 2015: “GMO-derived seeds will provide far better productivity, better drought tolerance, salinity tolerance, and if the safety is proven, then the African countries will be among the biggest beneficiaries,” Bill Gates told The Verge on Friday.

Note conditional phrase: “if the safety is proven.” Yet we have those charged with proving GMO food safety already adamantly assuring the public and law makers that GMOs are hundred percent safe even before safety tests are conducted! Go figure.

Professor David Suzuki speaks out against GMO’s

US farmers are facing a growing challenge from weeds resistant to chemical sprays, and enduring millions of dollars in losses as a result.

GMO badMr. Verhoef is in farming to make money, GMO companies are in it to make money too, but when Mr. Verhoef says that he has been there and done that, and now tells you that he has no plans to go back to genetically engineered varieties; let the wise take heed.

This Farmer Massively Outperforms GMOs Organically

Pressure group sues ‘lawless’ Ghana authorities over genetically modified foods

GMO GHANAAuthorities planning to commercially release crops which could be ‘dangerous’ to locals, suit says.

A GHANAIAN civil society group, Food Sovereignty Ghana (FSG), has moved to court in Accra seeking to have the country’s National Biosafety Committee and the agriculture ministry prevented from releasing and commercialising genetically modified cowpeas and rice.

The group in its suit at the high court argues that the authorities have not complied with the provisions of the main Biosafety Act. (Check out this)

Howard Flight echoes Keith Joseph’s 1974 warning that ‘our human stock is threatened

Sir Keith Joseph, seated next to Margaret Thatcher

Sir Keith Joseph, seated next to Margaret Thatcher

This is what Joseph said in his famous speech on Birmingham on 19 October 1974:

The balance of our population, our human stock is threatened. A recent article in Poverty, published by the Child Poverty Action Group, showed that a high and rising proportion of children are being born to mothers least fitted to bring children into the world and bring them up.

Is Bill Gates behind remote birth-control microchip?


Originally devised and tested to emit osteoporosis medication into elderly women, this technology was rerouted by MIT’s Dr. Robert Langer to target birth control – after his discussion with billionaire Bill Gates.

With many already wary of what they consider to be the Gates Foundation’s global population-control agenda spreading across Africa, this latest innovation was preceded by Melinda Gate’s statement in June that the foundation “has decided not to fund abortion” in its endeavors. However, according to multiple studies, the hormone emitted by the microchip (and morning-after pills) – levonorgestrel – strongly deters newly conceived embryos from becoming implanted in a uterus.- by Michael F. Haverluck

Q. Are fears around overpopulation an impediment in your day-to-day work? -EK.

bill-gatesA. “The world’s population will peak. Now, we do have huge population growth in places where we don’t want it, like Yemen and Pakistan and parts of Africa, where we don’t have the resources to really help those people.” –Bill Gates


Honest Accounts? The Real Causes of Global Poverty

The Hidden Billions Behind Economic Inequality in Africa

For example, at least 57 clients of the Swiss HSBC bank associated with Uganda were reported to be worth at least 159 million dollars. The World Bank has estimated that Uganda loses more than 174.5 million dollars in corruption annually.- By Jeffrey Moyo

1. The Gates Foundation fights hunger in the South by giving money to the North.


Graph 1 and Table 1 give the overall picture. Roughly half of the foundation’s grants for agriculture went to four big groupings: the CGIAR’s global agriculture research network, international organisations (World Bank, UN agencies, etc.), AGRA (set up by Gates itself) and the African Agricultural Technology Foundation (AATF).

The other half ended up with hundreds of different research, development and policy organisations across the world. Of this last group, over 80% of the grants were given to organisations in the US and Europe, 10% went to groups in Africa, and the remainder elsewhere.

Putting your money where your mouth is:


In 2007, the Los Angeles Times revealed that hundreds of Gates Foundation investments – totalling at least $8.7 billion, or 41% of its assets – were in companies that ran counter to the foundation’s charitable goals or social philosophy.

The Gates Foundation maintains that “access to diverse, nutritious foods is fundamental to good health” but its food related investments go almost exclusively to the fast food industry. A stunning $3.1 billion went to companies like Coca Cola, McDonald’s, Pepsico, Burger King, and KFC in 2012.

The Foundation has $1 billion tied up in the world’s largest supermarket chain, Walmart, which is a major force driving out small farms in favour of large suppliers.14 The Gates Foundation has also bought $23 million in shares of the world’s leading producer of genetically engineered crops, Monsanto.- by

The second coming of the African beer market.

From an economic and demographic perspective Africa must be viewed as “the land of opportunity” for beer producers. Considering that seven out the world’s ten fastest growing economies are in Africa and that over 60% of the continent’s population is below the age of 25 years old, it is evident that Africa holds unprecedented opportunities for beer producers – existing and new. – By Frank Sjoberg.

The world’s second-largest beer company gets its highest 2013 +%profit change from Africa.


The world’s second-largest beer company eyes the alcoholism capital of Africa:

Gov’t to promote cassava as an alternative to barley, promotes the world’s second-largest beer company Aimed at Beating African Homebrews

CassavaBrewsSABMiller, the world’s second-largest beer company, has strategically ventured into Cassava Beer Aimed at Beating African Homebrews in a territory that has unmatched unquenchable thirst for alcohol. SABMiller wants to cash in on Uganda’s oil boom, and knows very well that many oil deals will be done over a beer.

When you are in brewery, there is no better place to go than “The Drunkest Place on Earth“, especially when government is to promote the growing of raw materials for your industry.

As I read – ” Government is to promote the growing of cassava to help substitute barley in manufacturing industries”, I think of a few reasons for such a statement; the first one is money from Bill and Melinda Gates foundation in exchange for Developing Genetically Modified Cassava in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Waragi BrewingThe other one is to promote cassava brewery industry for taxation revenue in addition to getting Ugandans drunk cheaply as we get closer to elections.

Either way, this recipe of a philanthropist, a brewer, the government and cassava fermented in “The Drunkest County of the world”, will sooner rather than later cost poor citizens in more ways than one.

Ugandans—at 19.47 liters per year—out-drink all other nations.

“There’s a huge problem with drinking in Uganda and most African countries,” says University of North Dakota neuroscience professor Sharon Wilsnack, who studies alcohol-related behavior. “The sad thing is that they have so many other problems that drinking doesn’t get much attention, yet they’re all connected. If you’re drunk all the time, you can’t get job training and climb out of poverty.” – by Anneli Rufus

The Top 5 Countries with the Most Alcohol Consumption Per Capita

Barley’s Health Benefits outstrip those of Cassava’s, yet it is being sidestepped.

-Uganda promotes cassava over barley and WHO lauds her over nutrition drive!

From poverty to cyanogen intoxication

pntd.0001051.g001Konzo: From Poverty, Cassava, and Cyanogen Intake to Toxico-Nutritional Neurological Disease.

Konzo is a distinct neurological entity with selective upper motor neuron damage, characterized by an abrupt onset of an irreversible, non-progressive, and symmetrical spastic para/tetraparesis. Despite its severity, konzo remains a neglected disease.


Dark cloud over good works of Gates Foundation

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is investing in companies that could be causing ailments in the very people it helps to treat in the developing world, according to an investigation by the Los Angeles Times.

Bill Gates Drinks Poop Water, Poor Africans Eager To Share

Senegalese can’t wait to take Gates on his offer of drinking his poop water, after all, what an honour it must be for poor Africans to share a drink with the richest man on planet! By the end of this year, this dream is going to turn into a reality for those city dwellers of CAPE VERDE PENINSULA.

“I watched the piles of feces go up the conveyer belt and drop into a large bin. They made their way through the machine, getting boiled and treated. A few minutes later I took a long taste of the end result: a glass of delicious drinking water.”

Yup, you got it right: Bill Gates drank feces water.   —said Susan Scutti

_59747529_aquifiers_africa_464mapThis is a typical example of someone who has too much money trying to solve poor people’s problems the wrong way and no African leader is saying hell NO, we can do better!

Case in point: This project is headed for Dakar Senegal this year to solve water shortage.

Note: 1. Dakar’s geographical location – a PENINSULA.
2: Entire Senegal has the highest Aquifier productivity of more than 20 liters per sec.

The only prototype is located just north of Seattle, but there are plans for a pilot project in Dakar, Senegal, later in 2015. From there, they hope to expand, the reporter said.

I wonder how many Ugandans would prefer Bill Gates poop water to our boiled fresh lhell-noake waters!

“If you ask the average American whether they would drink water from cow manure, they’d say no.”

Why Won’t the #WhiteSaviourComplex Go Away?


A Dead Syrian Child Washed Up On A Beach

For How Long?

For How Long?


Then and Now!

Aug. 24th.2013 March on DC @ 50
March on DC @50
Pros and cons of foreign direct investment

Why Uganda Parliament Should wait to pass a GMO Bill
Ugandan Priest Suspended for Suggesting Catholic Priests to Marry
Investment or Land Grab Disguised?
Policy Considerations

-GM debate forum records


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