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Introducing myself and my journal: A SMALL WORLD FULL OF CHAINS

About Me:
Am a grown up youth living in the suburbs of the capital city Kampala in Uganda East Africa.Being passionate about reproductive health issues most especially to young people and having an experience with Older persons in the Ghetto areas of the city has enabled me to stay focused and live a just person.

Sometimes I wonder how the community perceives the roles and responsibilities of the schools.Life in schools is so challenging and so tricky that if a child doesn't stand on the lessons and values from home that were imparted in him.her she might be at the losing end even if she/he is an excellent fellow academically in the whole district.
Sometimes I come to note that its the home morals or values that shape people not the educated that forms a valued person in the community.

Children in schools face so many challengers that the head teaches keep a blind eye and or deaf ear with reason of not either spoiling the name od the school,losing the certificate/license and or when the head teach is also not morally upright.

Its to the parents sole responsibility followed by the children then the school head backed by the entire community that should come out to protect the well being of our children

My Passions:
Working with the community for social development

My Challenges:
A rigid community and with less to take into consideration

My Vision for the Future:
A health supportive and empowered community

My Areas of Expertise:
Commuity development,Counselling and guidance


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It was 6am in the morning of 8th/03/2013 when I was going to work but only to be told that its a special day today and a public holiday.I was so amazed with the tone of the person telling me that.But I asked her whats this day and whats so important about it?She replied that today its you to be in the kitchen busy preparing meals for us to eat and that I was repaying for the other 360 days I spent without cooking for them.It was such an interesting moment and a lesson to me because I tried giving various excuses not to be in the kitchen but all in vein.But I had ever cooked at home and I knew what it takes in the kitchen that my sisters usually enjoy more food than others since everything they take a sip or taste for salt.I was so special that I just call one of my sisters to do that for me.

But that was just a morning breeze but the annoying scene to me on that day was when one mother of two children went to the village and left her husband home with an excuse that the husband was too drunk to cerebrate such a day with her.She really sounded like a concerned parent and a wife but she just didn't like what happened and I believe she will live to regret for the rest of her life.She found hear husband having been stabbed because she had left the door open while her husband was in deep asleep because to much alcohol.

Hey I can blame her since she had agreed to consider the husband as her husband and having two children and at the same time she always proved to be a good wife but what really happened to her that day only God knows.

I know people blamed her for leaving the door open and also not being their when the husband thought he had protection or security

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