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This is a horrible message to write, and we’re deeply sorry to be sending it. Over the next few paragraphs, let me explain how we arrived at this decision. 2020 has been incredibly challenging for so many people, including the community of Masaka and all us at The Uganda Marathon.
The road to recovery is going to be a long one. Uganda in the wake of COVID-19 Individuals, families, small & large businesses, communities and countries across the world have been devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic, and the lockdowns imposed to prevent its spread. As the virus itself becomes contained,
Like many countries across the globe, Uganda currently finds itself under strict lockdown in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 amongst its population. Luckily, to date, the nation’s number of reported cases has remained low – there have only been 126 confirmed cases and no deaths. However, as Joshua
Like much of the world’s population at the moment, Uganda is currently under strict lockdown as it desperately tries to contain the spread of the coronavirus. Therefore, whilst our 2020 marathon event is now on hold until 2021, we’re focusing on supporting Masaka, where we operate, through this crisis.
. . Like much of the world’s population at the moment, Uganda is under strict lockdown as it desperately tries to contain the coronavirus. Whilst our marathon event is postponed until 2021, we’re focusing our efforts on supporting Masaka, where we operate, through this crisis. We’ve been fundraising to support
Today, we’re launching our Corona Virus Emergency Appeal. Here are the breakdowns of how the money will help: Corona Support Masaka Uganda Marathon and our partner EcoBrix have developed the following areas of support for Masaka during these unprecedented times. Masaka Referral Hospital: This is the main hospital for the
. By Eric Barigye We welcome you to a special edition of our weekly blog that will be looking at how the lives of the people of Masaka have changed since government measures were introduced in response to COVID-19. To do this, I interviewed shop owner Musa Kamoga (from a
. By Eric Barigye Welcome back to our weekly blog that focuses on a particular aspect to learn more about the people and place that play host to our Adventure Like No Other! This week, we conclude the Trees of Masaka series! . If you missed the previous entries, you can
Dear Friends. It is with great sadness that we have announced that, due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, we are forced to postpone the 2020 Uganda Marathon week-long Adventure, and the Uganda Marathon Race, until Summer 2021. Prior to the 18th March, our stance was that the event was due