Peaceful Revolution of Hope

In order to inspire, I sought inspiration from the inaugural address of the President of the United States of America, John F. Kennedy (JFK), which he gave in 1961, may his soul continue to rest in peace. Borrowing from JFK, I titled my speech: “Peaceful revolution of hope” I also sought inspiration from President Nelson… Continue reading Peaceful Revolution of Hope

Food is a basic need and the highest priority human right

Start first with Uganda's hospitals and healthcare facilities where it is the norm to find malnourished patients struggling to afford food.

‘Bro-Code’ on Gender Based Violence

And these deep rooted negative perceptions of women are not necessarily endogenous to African-Ugandan cultures, but have evolved with the global-western modernisation neoliberal school of thought.

“Well-behaved women seldom make history.”

If women do not have the courage to publicly call out those men close to us, our relatives, when they behave badly, I conclude that we are not truly emancipated nor empowered.

Patients’ Rights and Responsibilities Bill

The bill is a noble cause indeed. It concurs with the work that CPAR Uganda Ltd is doing in advocating for policy and policy implementation in relation to patients' and medical workers' rights and responsibilities; and for action from duty bearers, albeit with a focus on tuberculosis (TB) healthcare management.