Home / Impact / Gulu Gulu The superwoman projected is present in Gulu SS, Lukome SS, Paicho SS, Sacred Heart SS and Awach SS, with plans to spread out to more schools in the coming future. SuperWoman in Gulu District Gulu is a town located in the northern part of Uganda and harbors a population of approximately 113200 people. The town is filled with vegetation, forested valleys and rivers such as Achwa Rivers, River Aswa, Albert Nile and many others. The rich vegetation spreads out to enhance a variety of wildlife, as gulu town is gifted with the Murchison falls national park. The park was established in 1952 with various attractions such as game drives, bird-watching, and scenic boat rides. The town has a number of fascinating features and activities such as Karuma falls and dam which accommodates tourists in the campsites. Gulu also has hill or rock climbing adventured on the hills of Moro, Patiko and Ato. The people of gulu are acholi or luo- speaking people who originated from south sudan of Bah El Gazel. Acholi land is a chiefdom ruled by a “Rwot.” The staple food that is consumed by the natives comprises of; millet, groundnuts, simsim and sorghum. Amidst the tumultuous atmosphere in Gulu, the education system has tried to thrive through with the two popular public universities being Gulu and Muni-University. The war times lasted for two decades from 1986-2006, where the natives experienced chaos and severe poverty. Currently, Gulu has about 29 secondary schools. Of these, the superwoman projected is present in Gulu SS, Lukome SS, Paicho SS, Sacred Heart SS and Awach SS, with plans to spread out to more schools in the coming future.