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Batwa of Rwamahano
 


The Batwa of Rwamahano are comprised of over 100 people. Four of them can read and write, but only one can do so well. Their children go to school that is shared with Bakiga, the majority tribe.

They left their forest home, Echuya, generations ago. They were never settled on their own land until African International Christian Ministries (AICM) bought a small plot for them in the 1990s.

The fact that they weren’t chased from the forest, that they went out by themselves and much earlier than other Batwa groups in Uganda, makes them quite unique. But the differences don’t stop here. Echuya being a reserve, not a national park, they still have access to it. They also like to cultivate land more than other Batwa, and drinking is less of a problem here - see the story of Kanusu for more on this.



However, despite sporadic help by different organisations, companies and individuals, their situation remains dire. Their priority needs are:

- Land, seeds and tools. Some land has been bought for them by Bwindi Mgahinga Conservation Trust, CARE and Kazinga Tours but the plots are small and lead to arguments. They also need seeds. They currently borrow farming tools from the Bakiga.

- Iron sheets. It hurts the Batwa to see Bakiga living in good houses while many of theirs are still grass-thatched. Strong winds keep removing the grass and replacing it is a challenge; they can get arrested picking grass.

- School meals and scholastic materials. Food at school keeps children attending classes. After the monthly posho for porridge supplied by AICM is finished (in about two weeks) few pupils still go to school.



Batwa Today has been envisaged to help them finance their own development.

Overview | Program & Price | Batwa Kids | Info for Parents | Activity Origin | What is Different | Kanusu | Batwa of Rwamahano | Echuya Forest Reserve

To book a trek or get more information please write to home@edirisa.org or call +256 75 2558 222.

Photo: Marcus Westberg
 

General Overview
Canoeing & Trekking on Lake Bunyonyi
Treks to Gorilla National Parks
Tailor-Made Treks
Budget Accommodation on Lake Bunyonyi
Tom`s Homestay on Lake Bunyonyi
Batwa Today (Echuya Forest Reserve)
  Overview
  Program & Price
  Batwa Kids
  Info for Parents & Guardians
  Activity Origin
  What is Different
  Kanusu
  Batwa of Rwamahano
  Echuya Forest Reserve
Cultural Museum of the Bakiga (Kabale)
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