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Founder members of Bamba-Babwisi Elders Development Association (BBEDA)

BBEDA FOUNDER MEMBERS 1. Bamwitirebye Fulgensio 2. Kamuhanda N Tomasi 3. Sibugyo Gideon Katuramu 4. Suuza Acleo 5. Bakecura Coronelious 6. Ngirisi Kosia 7. Kamero Elasto 8. Amon Seruboyo (RIP) 9. Rukilo Andrea (RIP) 10. Katongole James 11. Betamirwe Nsunga Isaya 12. Nkayarwa Stephen Jibi 13. Muhindi Fobyano (RIP) 14. Ndigyaha John 15. Baker Samuel 16. Rukurato Syliver 17. Kyomuhendo ... Read More »

Rwenzururu founder members in Bundibugyo

RWENZURURU FOUNDER MEMBERS/ VETERANS 1. Yeremiya Kawamara (RIP) 2. Petero K. Mupalya (RIP) 3. Henrey Mbilika (RIP) 4. Ndyezika Sirwano (RIP) 5. Andeleya Lukilo (RIP) 6. Yositansi K. Komungalo 7. Husseni Mucakambi (RIP) 8. Obadiah Kidungu 9. Erinest Rupanjura 10. Yozefu Kibhebhelo Dugu 11. Erinest Kyambiyo 12. Bukansinga (RIP) 13. Kisiili Mwangata (RIP) 14. Kisiili.(RIP) 15. Jailesi Mukubwa (RIP) 16. ... Read More »

Aims and objectives of Obudhingiya Bwa Bwamba

Under Chapter Two of the Constitution of Obudhingiya Bwa Bwamba, this cultural institutions is established to specifically pursue the following aims and objectives; 01 To establish and maintain an institutional framework for the institution of the cultural leadership of Obudhingiya Bawa Bwamba. 02 To initiate, stimulate, support and maintain cultural and social unity and cooperation among the ethnic communities (Banabudhingiya) ... Read More »

Tourist attractions in Obudhingiya Bwa Bwamba

Obudhingiya Bwa Bwamba cultural institution has great tourism potential, much of it not yet tapped. The main attractions are the rift valley, the forests and the Semuliki National park, Mountain Rwenzori National and Sempaya Hot Springs, Cultural Information Centre, Crater lakes, Ngite natural water falls, beautiful scenery, cultural sites and sacred places. These locations have a wide range of rare ... Read More »

Obudhingiya Landscape

Obudhingiya Bwa Bwamba (OBB) is a highly mountainous area. The soils in different parts are organic, ferrosol, podsols/eutrophic and hydromorphic. OBB mountainous terrain makes the area prone to immense soil erosion which results in destructive landslides, loss of soil fertility, pollution and increased silting of rivers. Other contributing factors to soil erosion in obudhingiya include poor agricultural practices like massive ... Read More »

Economic set up of Obudhingiya Bwa Bwamba

Agriculture is the main income earner in Obudhingiya Bwa Bwamba (OBB) and most households obtain their livelihoods from it. OBB is divided into 2 food economy zones. These include the highland zone, the lowland agricultural zone. Bananas, beans, cocoa, coffee, palm oil and vanilla are equally grown in all the food economy zones. Cassava is predominately grown in the highland ... Read More »