My entrance into rural Uganda touched me deeply

So, what does rural actually look like (from my personal perspective)?

It’s the numbers that made me cry.

Local shop in rural Uganda which sells salt, oil, soap and only few other goodies.

I can see their excitement.

How can I really help them?

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Digital Transformation Consultant at Schuberg Philis and blogger at https://nainyte.com/

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Agne Nainyte

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Digital Transformation Consultant at Schuberg Philis and blogger at https://nainyte.com/

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