Categorie: Emmanuel Mandebo
The next edition of the World Café is scheduled to take place on 20th January 2022. During the event, a number of practitioners and leaders in the NGO and the development arena will be discussing two main subjects; shifting power at work and the need for Northern Organizations to adapt policies and practices to support equal partnerships with their Southern Partners. One of the panelists, Dr. Moses Isooba, boasts of over two decades of work experience in the NGO world as well as in the donor circles. He currently serves as the Executive Director of Uganda National NGO Forum (UNNGOF), an organization that unites national and international NGOs operating in the country. Our Vice Versa contributor Emmanuel Mandebo caught up with Dr. Moses and the two had a candid conversation about Shift the Power movement and power relations between Northern and Southern organizations.
In this Episode of the African Movie Review brought to you by Vice Versa Global, Emmanuel Mandebo discusses the multi award-winning short film, Shame of Puberty. In the film, Akello, a 14 year-old orphaned but brilliant girl, struggles to overcome the bullies at her school when her menstrual periods suddenly appear.
In the new episode of the African Movie Review on Vice Versa Global, Emmanuel Mandebo discusses the film Prickly Roses. Produced by Nabwiso Films in association with Akina Mama Wa Africa, Prickly Roses decodes the lives of three young women who are striving to earn a living in a very unsupportive environment.
In this Episode of the montly African Movie Review by Emmanuel Mandebo, Vice Versa Global brings you the multi award-winning Ugandan short film ‘In Reality’, directed by Kasule Douglas Benda. In the film, an HIV positive dad finds out that the HIV positive girl he is having a sexual relationship with is actually the girlfriend to his HIV negative son.
In this new Episode of the monthly African Movie Review by Emmanuel Mandebo, we bring you the Multi- Award Winning movie, Kony Order From Above, directed and produced by Steven Thompson Ayeny. The film is set during the LRA War in Northern Uganda. In the film, two young adults, Otti and Aguti struggle to keep their love affair a secret from the ruthless rebel commanders while they plot their escape from the jungles.