Uganda which is known as Republic of Uganda in East Africa. Uganda is the name from Buganada Kingdom. The official languages are English and Swahili which widely spoken and there are other 40 more languages.
The Ugandans were hunter-gatherers until 1700 to 2300 years ago. Bantu speaking population’s migrated from central to southern part of the country which brought the iron working skills and new ideas of political and social organization.
In culture, Uganda takes part in Music, sport, Cuisine and also in Tourism. In Music, Uganda music is diverse as the ethnicity of its people. There are about 30 different ethnicity groups that form the history in music. Over last two centuries, Baganda, the most prominent tribe has dominated the culture and music. These make the diversity in Music of Uganda. In Sports, football is the national game of Uganda. Other sports that Uganda is in are cricket, Rubby, Rallying, hockey and much more and they proved their talents with the records into it.
It has the modern cooking styles and practices with Asian, Arabic and especially Indian. The peoples are interested in various vegetables and meats in Uganda. Ugali which is also known and Maize Meal is one the traditional food items. Roasted groundnuts, sesame, samosa and much more food items are the famous and common foods items in Uganda.
The travel to Uganda gives some more feeling about the wildlife which holds most of the national parks, Mountain Gorillas most attractive for the tourist and tree climbing lions which will be in Queen Elizabeth national Park and there other more parks for the kids and adults to enjoy and also for research. Game viewing is one of the popular activities of tourists. Boating, water sports, Hiking and mountain climbing are the culture that attracts the tourist to enjoy their trip.
Invisible Children Inc is an organization founded in 2004 to bring awareness and activities of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) in central Africa, which uses the children as soldiers and abuse of them. In spring 2003, the film makers Jason Russell, Bobby Bailey and Lauren Poole travelled to Africa to document the War in Darfur. But they changed their focus to the conflict in northern Uganda and this flim groups the Ugandan Children and their life in the name “Invisible Children: Rough Cut” and it is released in June 22 2004 in 9000 screenings at colleges, high schools, churches and at other venues and after all the Invisible Children a nonprofit organization formed to give the way to individuals.