Skip to comments.Obama has taxpayers funding graduate programs in Uganda
Posted on 10/14/2012 3:43:20 AM PDT by wesagain
"Training would offer energy-management courses in East Africa"
The Obama administration wants U.S. taxpayers to finance the creation of energy-management doctorate and masters degree programs at a university in the East African nation of Uganda.
Obama, through the U.S. Agency for International Development, wants to help current and future Ugandan professionals and others to develop expertise in sound environmental management and biodiversity conservation in relation to oil and gas development.
Before doing so, however, those same taxpayers and other interested parties have a chance to submit comments to USAID on the proposed endeavor.
The USAID/Uganda Education for Environmentally Sound Oil Management initiative, as it is known, plans to hire contractors to create Ph.D. and other post-graduate programs at Makerere University, Ugandas largest institution of higher learning.
While the invitation for comments primarily is designed ...
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We are funding thier new world order scam, this must stop!
from the time he took office there were ads on many websites that offered free Obama money for going to college. free free freee from Obama so I am not surprised by this.
The only energy management that Uganda needs is steel axes.
Another waste of our money. Get rid of that Marxist, hate-America POS and his NWO BS crap on Nov 6th!
What better way to make more “little Obamas?”
another one to that will raise your BP
Be sure it gets passed on please PIG BOOK crap
We are borrowing and paying interest on $2.6 M from China to teach there street walkers to drink responsible
And to come out of the stone age like the rest of those 4th world countries.
...to finance the creation of energy-management doctorate and master's degree programs at a university in the East African nation of Uganda... "current and future Ugandan professionals... in sound environmental management and biodiversity conservation in relation to oil and gas development."IOW, money-laundering.
Why U.S. military in Uganda? Soros fingerprints all over it
Obama’s billionaire friend has interests in African country’s oil
After President Barack Obama announced earlier this week that he would be sending American troops into Uganda, WND uncovered billionaire activist George Soros ties both to the political pressure behind the decision and to the African nations fledgling oil industry.
Soros sits on the executive board of an influential crisis management organization that recently recommended the U.S. deploy a special advisory military team to Uganda to help with operations and run an intelligence platform, a recommendation Obamas action seems to fulfill.
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The president emeritus of that organization, the International Crisis Group, is also the principal author of Responsibility to Protect, the military doctrine used by Obama to justify the U.S.-led NATO campaign in Libya.
Soros own Open Society Institute is one of only three nongovernmental funders of the Global Centre for Responsibility to Protect, a doctrine that has been cited many times by activists urging intervention in Uganda.
Uganda: Country to Get Obama HIV/Aids Funding
Kampala AMERICAN President-elect Barack Obama intends to progressively increase US funding for AIDS in African countries. In a position statement on the epidemic, Obama pledged to allocate $50b by 2013 to fight AIDS globally.
Though details are yet to be worked out, Uganda has been one of the main recipients of American AIDS money.
Politicians sure are generous and caring with our money. Bush did it, too.
Did george w bush give more money to africa than any other president?
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Yes, George W Bush did more for Africa than any other US president in terms of aid and debt relief
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