Jinja


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a city in Uganda on the north shore of Lake Victoria

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Cet article examine des recits de changement climatique et de changement de moyens de subsistance dans la municipalite de Jinja (Ouganda), en soulignant comment les residents de Jinja donnent un sens au changement climatique a travers leurs propres cadres narratifs plutot qu'a travers le prisme du discours global sur le changement climatique.
Jinja also refers to place: a Korean fast food restaurant, a style of chicken in Singapore, and most relevant for this disc, a city on Lake Victoria in southeastern Uganda, where the Nile Project musicians gathered from countries including Burundi, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, and Sudan, as well at Uganda.
Like at Legon, Gandhi's statue is the only one standing on the left bank of the source of the Nile at Jinja, a very prominent place where locals and tourists go to see the historical river flow out of Lake Victoria, although on the far right bank stands a statue of John Hanning Speke, the British explorer who claimed to be the first man to have traced the source of the Nile to Lake Victoria, a man who, like Gandhi, had no respect for Africans.
Former Royds Hall student Uriah Gabriel, 20, will use the playfulness of art to connect with young pupils at a school in Jinja when he volunteers there this month.
Overseas, it has 313 stores consisting of Yonghe King in China, Hong Zhuang Yuan, San Ping Wang and Jinja Bar.
The newly constructed Shs28b Jinja Central Market has developed massive cracks four months after it was commissioned.
Praj Industries of Pune, India, has signed an engineering, procurement, and construction contract with Kakira Sugars, based in Jinja, Uganda.
The doctors have taken their families to the Ugandan town of Jinja, which the Nile Hospital will serve.
This event coincides with Uganda's annual agricultural show, normally held in Jinja and graced by Uganda's Head of State.
In real life, Lucy Fry is a self-proclaimed drama nerd who thrives on chill music from Australian artists like The Cat Empire and Jinja Safari.
The myhotel Bloomsbury's spa team has couples' Valentine's massage with a Jinja well-being workshop.
The study, carried out in Jinja, Uganda, treated G6PD-normal children with a conventional anti-malarial drug either on its own or with one of three different doses of primaquine.
Fear, however, turned to cheer with Jinja Asian Kitchen's deep-fried prawns coated with wasabi mayonnaise.
Charles Miller of Distinctive Dental in Minnesota recently traveled with Larry Ihle, from Dexterity Dental Lab and a team of volunteers to donate dental care services in Jinja in the Uganda, Africa region.
Before the first circumcision trials in Africa were started about a decade ago and results from those tests were made public, many people in Africa "thought that circumcision equated to becoming a Muslim," said Samson Kironde, a physician in Jinja, Uganda, at the JSI Research & Training Institute and with the U.