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Digital Empowerment Toolkit Now Available!

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We are excited to introduce our Digital Empowerment Trainers’ Toolkit, a dynamic resource to help you bring the benefits of connecting online to women in your community. Check it out today! »

ikirimat's Journal

SHIP Creating an Innovative Approach to Girls’ Education and Learning in Uganda

Today October 11, 2013 is the International Day of the Girl Child as declared in the United Nations General Assembly under Resolution 66/170 in 2011. … Read More»

Are Women in An Independent Country (Uganda) Independent?

Our dear Pearl of Africa, Uganda, today (9th October 2013) celebrates its 51st year of independence. … Read More»

‘Moon-Days’ in Adolescent Girls: Confronting a Natural Course

At fifteen years of age, I had known about menstruation from my girl friends at school. … Read More»

I Celebrate Dr. Miria Matembe as a Conqueror

Dear Honourable Dr. Miria R.K. Matembe, … Read More»

Woman rots in hospital after husband chops her arm

Domestic violence on the rise, pse read … Read More»

Adolescent Caught between Crossroads: Abortion or Marriage?

Angela Aluka (not her real name) is 18 years old and is in her Secondary school vacation but has just realized she could be five weeks pregnant. … Read More»

People's Views on the Marriage and Divorce Bill 2009

The resurrection of the Marriage and Divorce Bill; back to the floor of parliament ( formerly Domestic Relations bill) indicates how critical the institution of family and marriage is to Ugandans. … Read More»

The Missed Opportunity: Addressing The Nutrition Question After MDGs

It is exciting that the preparations for review of the implementation of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) are in high gear through the Breaking Point project. … Read More»

Destroying the Female Character

Atekit is glued on the sofa reading a novel entitled ’The Lion and the Jewel’ by Wole Soyinka she is preparing to sit for her final UCE exams at the end of the year. … Read More»


Walking through downtown in Kampala city can be so flabbergasting. The areas of Owino market, Kikuubo, Old Taxi Park, Luuwum and Ben Kiwanuka streets are parts of the city always crowded and busy. … Read More»

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