“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
Dear Legislators, some of you are focusing already on your re-election campaigns and are busy dishing out ambulances and the like; and are self-congratulating yourselves for being for the people. As you are focused on that which is not your role, your negligence of your role is causing major strife among us the people. The… Continue reading Early Morning Brief No. 1: Legislators, please read policy briefs
“You will not speak if you have not done research; it must be evidence. The era of gambling with speeches is over… Let’s do research; the era of throwing figures and statistics whose sources are not known is over… we want when people read the Hansard, it is read as a document that can be… Continue reading Fact Check: Era of MPs gambling with speeches over or not?
For me, this is how I am doing it in my world of academia, as a practicing anthropological researcher, who has a specific interest in the preservation and natural evolution of knowledge systems of my people, the Iteso of Uganda. When, for example, I receive a request to participate as a respondent to a study… Continue reading Say no to ethnocide of customary land tenure
The commercialisation of millet – growing it to sell to ajon commercial brewers - has caused a reduction in the availability of millet for food... And re-allocation of land from production of sorghum for food to production of Epuripur is a form of covert land grabbing which devastates food security in Teso.