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Arao Ameny (Arao is my first name!)


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My name is Arao. I am a Ugandan-born journalist based in New York City.

I'm proud to be Ugandan and Lango! 

I write for the New York-based website Ugandans Abroad at www.ugandansabroad.org that covers East African diaspora communities.

For story ideas or tips about Ugandans in the diaspora or other East African communities in the diaspora, please email arao.storyideas@gmail.com. We look forward to hearing from you ! At Ugandans Abroad, we welcome your thoughts, ideas, and suggestions.

More personally, I am 29 yrs old, married, and reside in New York City. Fellow Langi brothers and sisters, please feel free to reach out to me if you live in the New York area or link up with me on facebook at  facebook.com/araoameny.Thanks! 

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10 Comments

Reply B'FFAL
4:31 PM on September 1, 2011 
Itye ni ngo,Amina?
Reply Peter
9:01 AM on November 9, 2010 
Hi dear,
Great to know you, let's struggle to promote LANGO. I live in Lira but born of Oyam. I yearn to see our people excel. We have suffered for long but are fairly resettling. We need potential people who can uplift us through employment or study opportunities. Don't hesitate to link up with us whenever such opportunities are available. Good luck. Peter.
Reply Oguma Geoffrey
10:47 AM on November 5, 2010 
There is nothing you can be proud ofand it remains unchanged forever other than the person you are! Keep your light shining sister!
Reply Otim Etot
6:24 AM on November 5, 2010 
Hi Arao, kop ango itung boti kano?
An atye aber kan i Canada. Thanks for reaching me. Cheers and mot paco. Etot Otim.
Reply bandeko
6:20 AM on November 5, 2010 
yes, am an HIV activists and am looking forward for an improvement in the welfare of people living with HIVAIDS. As you know, people at home are poor. Their capacity should be improved towards the sustainable income generating activities. We are looking forward to getting help/ support from you and also connect us to other partners towards the struggle.
Reply apunyo emmanuel m
9:01 AM on November 4, 2010 
this is good
Reply Ambrose Awici
4:39 AM on November 4, 2010 
Nice to know about a sister doing some great work in that part of the world.I checked out the website, hope news coverage will include EU and rest of the world with time.
Cheers
Reply Fred Ogwok
2:43 AM on November 4, 2010 
Hi
Good to know another lango who is proud to be one. I am from Oyam and live in Uganda. Goodluck.
Reply Lawrence Johnson
12:30 AM on November 3, 2010 
hi woman. am a Ugandan too and lango for that matter. have been in the states from 1992 and am a dual citizenship holder as well. am proud to hear or know of your exisence. am a policy analyst with the United Nations based in New York. am currently on an attachment in the Hague at the ICC WHERE i PROVIDE POLITICAL AND CONFLICT ANALYSIS TO THE COURT. I COME FROM APAC DISTRICT.
Reply B'FFAL
2:56 AM on October 12, 2010 
Its Good morning here,but good night to you,sweet dreams,can't believe ya awake at 3a.m-working night shift or what??Hahaha

NOTE EN TEKO


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