The power of affirmation

“Dear Norah Owaraga, I got interested in reading your stories about GeneXpert utilization and tuberculosis (TB) in Northern Uganda. They are well written, thank you! With the knowledge, skills and exposure you have, I believe you can support to give more publicity to TB disease. I wish you can reach out to the Behaviour Change… Continue reading The power of affirmation

Good online content creator I am

I know many great people that are doing hugely positive impact filled grassroots work, but whom you can hardly find online. This status quo saddens me. What can I do about it, you may ask. Well, I offer my expertise and experience at a reasonable fee. I lend you my expertise and experience so you… Continue reading Good online content creator I am

Social media advocacy power

Twitter has suspended Kakwenza Rukirabashaija's account. I did not see that coming. And so, it happened shortly after I had 'facebooked' that considering the exponential growth of Kakwenza's Twitter following since his most recent abduction and torture, his Twitter following could potentially grow to a million; and therefore, his anticipated third book, yet to be… Continue reading Social media advocacy power

“Trust No One” by Gregg Hurwitz

I enjoyed reading it every morning with my coffee until I was done! (Norah Owaraga) This is the second book this year that got me thinking of how far activists in Uganda are truly willing to go - be they of the party politics kind or or of the social justice kind. See if this… Continue reading “Trust No One” by Gregg Hurwitz

#TheHumanistView: Happy New Year

In 2016 The Humanist View (THV) increased the number of views that it received from 16.6 thousand views that it received in 2015 to nearly 29.4 thousand views; a 43.5 percent increase. The number who visited THV increased from slightly over 9.8 thousand visitors in 2015 to nearly 17.3 thousand visitors in 2016; a 43.4 percent… Continue reading #TheHumanistView: Happy New Year