And for those of you who have wondered “what on earth is she doing in Uganda?” – these interviews might answer a couple of your questions …
POLITIKEN newspaper, Denmark
“Firebrand. Charlotte Beauvoisin lives and works in Kampala in Uganda. When she’s not working blogging, she works as a volunteer in various animal and nature conservation projects.” Politiken, Denmark’s most popular daily newspaper, asked for my recommendations on the top things to do in Kampala for their Insider Guide. September 2016.
New expats in Uganda may find this interview useful: “Living in Africa and Keeping up with Europe” interview on ExpatWoman.com
Sanyu FM, Kampala
People are still talking about my radio interview on ‘Fat Boy’ James Onen’s Saturday morning Live and Kicking Show! We had a LAUGH!
KFM Radio, Kampala
It was fun to be ‘Wonder Woman’ for a day (!) when I was interviewed by Phyllis on the Wonder Woman Show on Kampala’s KFM.
“Hello and welcome to another inspiring GO! Overseas interview. This week we are excited to interview Charlotte Beauvoisin, a volunteer in Uganda who is working hard to save the local elephant population.” It’s all about why I first came to Uganda: as a VSO volunteer working with the Uganda Conservation Foundation.
Wild Woman Fundraising
Mazarine Treyz runs this brilliant online resource for charities and NGOs. If you’re fundraising in a developing country for a small organisation, you might be able to relate to some of my experiences: Are you fundraising for Africa? Read this interview!
“What makes #travel in Africa different from elsewhere?” and “What are good ways to become familiar with local language and customs?” These were two questions I was asked in my interview for the www.HotelsCheap.org travel guide to Uganda.
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Ron Rutland ‘Fat Kid on a Bike’ cycled from Cape Town to London, passing through (almost) every African country. I interviewed him when he passed through Kampala. What an incredible journey!
Who should I interview next? Or, would you like to interview the muzungu? I’d love to hear your suggestions …