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Introducing myself and my journal: I speak with fire from my womb

About Me:
I am a female Ugandan medical anthropologist interested in the interactions between sexualities, health and culture in Uganda and The Gambia, but also in Africa as a whole. I write music, poetry, short stories, fiction and academic research.
I believe in the human rights of all humans of all differences, no matter what.
I speak with fire, I speak of desire, and I speak to inspire.
Power to all voices from within!

My Passions:
human rights, sex, culture, youth and generation, laughter

My Challenges:
Racism, sexism, ageism, poverty and folly

My Vision for the Future:
An Africa where human rights are the order of the day

My Areas of Expertise:
African sexualities, lay therapeutics, youth studies, faith healing,


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Speak on Dearie as we listen to you, You are in the of those who appeciate you this you are assured of.


Olutosin Oladosu Adebowale
Founder/Project Coordinator
Star of Hope Transformation Centre
512 Road
F Close
Festac Town


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Medical Anthropologist visit Kampala

Hello Snyanzi,
I am a Medical Anthropologist working, teaching, and advocating for women's reproductive health and human rights.

I will go to Kampala May 16. The first week, I will be working with the Makerere University, and after that with the Family Planning Association of Uganda.

This would be a great opportunity for me to meet you in person and chat about our own interests. Our profiles have many things in common.

Let me know, please, if you are willing to meet with me. It would be just WONDERFUL!

Peace and joy.

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