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Hare and the Well

Hare and the Well

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This tale was documented in Gulu District, situated in Northern Uganda's cultural region known as Acholiland, where the Acholi people speak the Acholi language. The Acholi culture places a high value on working together as a community to solve challenging problems, as it fosters peace and unity among individuals who rely on one another.

The story revolves around a village without water, prompting all the animals to come together to dig a well to address the water scarcity. However, Hare refuses to participate in the digging of the well. This leaves a question hanging over whether the other animals will allow Hare to use the well despite his lack of contribution.

Book Details

Type of Book: Folklore

Book's Lanuage:

  • Acholi

Author/Curator: Diana Nawatene

Illustrator: Nanjohye Eric Silas

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