Ethnographic Interview, by Joshua

I am doing an interview with Theobarh, my teacher. I gave him a surprise visit to his office where we sat though the noise from the hair dressing students shouting. 1, So Mr. Theobarh why do you call yourself that name and what does it mean A, My names are ISHARA THEOPHILE BARHAME and I’m […]

Deep Observation, by Joshua

Lake Nakivale In the heart of Uganda, nestled near the shimmering waters of Lake Nakivale, a remarkable story of hope and resilience unfolded. Amina, a young woman who had fled her war-torn homeland, found herself among thousands of refugees seeking shelter and safety. Amina arrived at Lake Nakivale after a loyal journey through several countries, […]