It is easy to feel connected to Denmark

Danida Alumni, Godfrey Muhwezi
Godfrey Muhwezi Bategeka, Uganda. Area Manager, Eastern Archdiocesan Development Network (EADEN). Danida fellowship Centre Course: General Tools and Concepts of Agribusiness SME Development

The clean environment and collective responsibility for ensuring cleanliness by both the individuals and responsible state organs was very awesome.

In Uganda, most of us take small motorcycles taxis called boda boda to get to work. In Copenhagen, people bicycle to work. To me, that was a fantastic experience.  Bicycling is great for people’s personal health; it is clean, great for the environmental and hence good for every ones common social health. The fact that bicycles have their lanes separate from pedestrians just makes it better.

I was very impressed with Denmark’s organized transport system. The bicycles, the trains, the 

metro, the buses and taxi transport services are all very organized. They surely facilitate time management -  and really in Denmark, time management is just on the dot. Very interesting!!

It is easy to feel connected to Denmark. People are willing to support when contacted, something I highly appreciate from my own country Uganda where people indeed are friendly.

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