The Community activities being focused on are the creative activities with the communities. These will include, but shall not be limited to: Black smithing, Basket Weaving, Pottery/Ceremics, Farming (food production, Animal husbandry, Aviary etc.). Hunting and Gathering (bush meat, wild fruits and tubers, fishing etc), Ceremonials (marriage banquets, culturals, religious (gods, spirits, cults shrine worshiping), retuals etc.), Medicine and Healing (local medicine/herbs, ebirumiko and okushandaga, okunyunyusa etc.), Telepathetic based beliefs ( (okuraguza, okuhemberera/okucuragura, okuroga etc.) and idigenous science (concoctions or amarogo)
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(Kabale University, 2023-03-16) Kabale University Library
Iron Smelting is an important skill that has been practiced, in production of a large spectrum of implements used in homesteads, the world over since the Stone Age. However, on the sad note, its products have, overtime, been largely replaced by modern industrial and mechanization products .On a positive note, in some communities, this skill and practice have been kept alive by expert artisans. The good example is the Abaheesi of Bukoora village at the south western end of Kabale Municipality, Kabale District in Kigezi Region. Abaheesi is Rukiga dialect meaning blacksmiths. In this documentary, Kabale University Library together with the Multimedia officer from E-learning Unit visited the Abaheesi deep in the hills and talked to one of them at his workshop and the conversation and the video are presented in the repository