UAH is an affiliate of the famous parent forum called Ugandans at Heart(UAH). Its main objective is to accommodate a summary of some of the most important discussions on the UAH forum. Articles from UAH forum which are considered to be so ‘beautiful’ and well researched will find their way into the UAH blog. This is intended to give a chance to non-members of UAH forum to read what the UAH forum is all about. The UAH is useful for academic researchers, students, scientists and politicians who are not members of the UAH forum.
Anybody is allowed to make a comment on any posting on this website as we want to see how the rest of the world reacts to our discussions.The author must bear all legal responsibilities for whatever he or she posts on this site. All Ugandans are invited to subscribe to the UAH forums through tweeter, Facebook and Google sites.
We thank Mr.Abbey Kibirige Semuwemba,a Ugandan resident in the UK, who made both the forums and this site a reality. His creative skills have given Ugandans abroad a chance to directly link up with the politicians and Ugandans in Uganda. ‘UAH’ forum has got over 30,000 membership that involves: Members of parliament, Uganda Police, opposition politicians,traditional leaders, UPDF soldiers, journalists, civil servants and Ugandans abroad and at home.Everybody is welcome to join regardless of your skin color, size, gender, tribe, religion,……… as long as you love Uganda.
UAH would love to expand itself into a print newspaper or magazine with its own radio station in future. We would love both the newspaper and radio to be based in Uganda but the management has got no money at the moment. Therefore, the management requests anybody interested in helping to finance this project to contact the head moderator as soon as possible. His email is: email@example.com
UAH planned to start up a Ugandans at Heart Foundation in 2007 but the idea stalled basically due to lack of finances and commitment from some members.The main aim of the foundation was to participate in economic development of Uganda by being involved in various developmental projects around the country.
We are still looking for volunteers or business angels who can help us technically or physically in implementing the above ideas. The foundation or newspapers or radio is not a replacement for the Ugandan-at-heart forum in any way.
The UAH Management