From Herbert Uganda

To: Bird Uganda Safaris <>
Subject: From Herbert Uganda
From: Graham Buchan <>
Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2012 19:57:45 +1000
Dear Herbert,

How many millions do you want? I have friends at The World Government (led By 
CIA informant Clive Palmer) and if you deposit A$100 million into BSA 012341 Ac 
209090978, then you are every naive.



On 27/04/2012, at 4:58 PM, Bird Uganda Safaris wrote:

> Dear friend,
> Its been long since I heard from you. I hope you are doing well.
> I came back to the office this morning from tourist guides training
> excercise that I started in Feb this year.  The first course I conducted
> was a beginers guides course in Uganda, then went to Rwanda Nyungwe forest
> for a 3 and half weeks bird guides course, came back to south western
> Uganda to conduct a course of Cultural tourist guides, and ended up in
> Kampala to offer a 10days course for Senior guides.  I love to do this with
> passion, with hope that our people can be involved in the tourism
> activities professionally and earn something to support their families. Iam
> also interested in the improved and better standards of guiding services in
> the Region.
> As a self made guide and a birder, I also still feel there is  need to
> support women education. I thought about this for quite sometime, until I
> decided to start something. I appreciate my mother's role in upbringing me.
> She really worked hard to ensure that I go to school. Of course my home,
> just outside Queen Elizabeth National Park, Rutoto is  a very poor and
> hopeless village. But my mother would rather spend a whole day distilling a
> local gin ( waragi) and sell it to ensure that I go to school. This however
> stopped at the age of 9. My uncle helped me for one year and later dropped
> me. Life became a challenge. I took me 33 years to get a degree in tourism.
> Iam soon starting putting down notes of my life in my book " The journey
> from Rutoto to Los Angeles" .  I feel mothers do a great job in this world.
> In Africa we have challenges of culture, religions, and customs. Sometimes
> women are not given a chance to go to school especially at a young and
> tender stage, on sill reason that they will get married and go away to live
> in other families. Also some of our cultures regard women as a source of
> wealth, because when they get married, dowry is paid either money or
> materials especially cows, goats, etc.
> I know I wont do much, but this project will make some contribution to the
> society. Visit it may be you will have some interest.
> I will appreciate any contributions in ideas, materials, sponsorships, or
> anything that will help our young girls.  Even a sentence of an idea means
> a lot to this project.
> Thank you for visiting my blog.
> -- 
> Managing  Director
> Bird Uganda Safaris Ltd
> 2nd Floor Room 27
> Capital Shoppers Nakawa
> Kampala Uganda
> Telephone +256 312289048
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