“Every Society needs individuals who will go on
planting mango trees without thinking whether
they will get to eat the fruit or not.”

– Sadhguru

Alan Kasujja

BBC World Service presenter and journalist, converses with Sadhguru , yogi, mystic and visionary humanitarian on our destinies as individuals, as institutions, as businesses, and as a nation. Are we drivers or passengers to our own and Uganda’s destiny? Together they negotiate the challenges of ‘getting there’ in Uganda.

Alan Kasujja with Sadhguru

‘Directing Destiny’

Sunday 12th June, 5.30 – 8.00 pm

Speke Ballroom, Speke Resort, Munyonyo, Kampala

Entry free but only on presentation of your ticket Please be seated by 5.15pm to avoid your ticket being allocated to those on the waiting list. Minimum age: 14 years

Alan Kasujja

Alan Kasujja is one of Africa’s most prominent journalists. He presents Newsday – the BBC World Service’s award winning news programme, with tens of millions of listeners across the globe. He has recently presented a highly acclaimed three-part documentary series, My Africa, exploring the social and economic transformation of the continent. Before joining the BBC, Alan was the host of Uganda’s leading morning radio programme on Capital FM. He also worked in Nairobi and presented the East African version of the TV series Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. As a conference speaker/moderator, Alan participates in high level panels around the globe, such as The Africa Development Bank Annual Meetings and the New York Africa Forum.

Special guest Juhi Chawla

Film director and Actress

Hosted by the Ruparelia Group

In association with the High Commission for India in Uganda

In celebration of International Day of Yoga


17-19 June 2016
Speke Resort, Munyonyo,
Kampala, Uganda

This 2.5 day course led by Sadhguru in Uganda offers a comprehensive system for bringing inner growth and wellbeing. It is a method of aligning your body, mind, emotions and energies to function in complete harmony.


Thursday 16th June, 12.30-4.30pm
At Sadhguru School, Ndali Estate, Kasenda, Fort Portal, Uganda

Juliet Namuddu Nambi in conversation with Sadhguru
Moderated by Margaret Mckenzie-Bell
‘Exploring Education in Uganda’

By invitation only: we regret that spaces are limited, but please write to us at uganda@ishafoundation.org if you are interested in attending this event near Fort Portal

Juliet Namuddu Nambi, Director of Education for Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) explores with Sadhguru, yogi and visionary humanitarian the possibilities, visions and expectations of education in Uganda: despite the economic status of parents, is it really possible for our children to blossom into adults who will spontaneously ‘go on planting mango trees without thinking whether they will get to eat the fruit or not’?


“Education needs inspiration, not just information. Only inspired human beings can transform their own lives and lives around them.”

Through education, Sadhguru Schools aim to transform and invigorate a new generation of rural African youth to become changemakers, dedicated to improving the communities and world they inhabit.

Sadhguru’s vision is for of a network of schools across Africa which provides high-quality English-medium and activity-based education to rural children who could not otherwise afford it. Students will graduate with essential skills to become innovators and leaders, thereby invigorating farming communities to become centres of economic, environmental and creative growth.

Sadhguru School (Ndali) near Fort Portal, Western Uganda, is the first such school, and will be inaugurated with a special In Conversation event with Juliet Namuddu Nambi and Sadhguru on 16th June 2016.

Isha ‘Make a Life’ Golf Jaunt is a golf match of its own kind wherein business leaders, social entrepreneurs, professional golfers and Sadhguru play to rally support for the first Sadhguru School

13th June, 2016 

Uganda Golf Club,
Yusuf Lule Road, Kampala

To participate contact
+256 (0)772 771 000
or +256 (0)752 771 000
or +256 (0)754 912345

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