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ikirimat's Journal

Uganda Women's Anthem

As the women in Uganda join the rest of the world in commemorating the International women's Day this year, I want to re-echo the words of the women's Anthem of Uganda. … Read More»

Half a Century of the Domestic Relations Bill on the Shelf of Parliament: Uganda Women Call for Equitable Access to Justice

“I am afraid of losing my 15 years of marriage because I will be sent away empty handed. I have toiled to acquire land and livestock in this home. … Read More»

Anguish and Misery; The Tales of Uganda Girls' Initiation into Sex

Riiiingggg riinnggg !!!. It was the day before we broke off for the Christmas holiday, and I was winding up and almost ready to leave the office when a phone call came from 400 kilometers away. … Read More»

Putting a Smile on an Abused Woman’s Face Gratifies Lenny

After enduring two years of torture and enslavement at the hands of an abusive husband, Lenny Kebirungi decided she could take no more. “Why can’t you at least do one thing right?” He asked me. … Read More»

The Power of Literacy in Woman

I was taking a stroll around my neighborhood and I saw Amuge (about 40 years old) reading a piece of paper torn from a local newspaper under a mango tree in her compound. … Read More»

The inevitability of a woman’s voice

I thought I would share with you this informative article about the power of a woman's voice Posted by African Press International on March 17, 2011 By Lesiamito Malino John … Read More»

My Voice is P.U.L.S.E

1.My voice is Powerful, Useful, Loud, Sensitive and Enabling (PULSE) … Read More»

Do Something with What You Have

In my late teenage years (about 1990), I remember Jackson, a dear adult male family friend disclosed to me his HIV status. … Read More»

Mavis Matladi - says: In Africa it is more dangerous to be a woman than to be a soldier

Mavis Matladi - says it is more dangerous to be a woman than a soldier. … Read More»

Why women in Uganda can not 'own Land'

I would like to share with you an article by Mary Ssonko Nabacwa (Working in Gender and Development in the in the Ugandan Context in 2004) that I read from http://www.wougnet.org/documents.html . … Read More»

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