Contrary to popular belief, Ugandan socialites are more of trend chasers than they are trend-setters. On various occasions, the populace has been let down by the growing copy cat behavior of Ugandan Socialites and celebrities to the extent of being … Continue reading Kampala socialites; More trend chasers than trend-setters
It’s been a long year, filled with sadness and memories of hurt, but then again a fair share of joy and happiness. It’s been a year of making money and wasting it, setting goals and and principles, giving up and … Continue reading Season’s Greetings
By. Mauryn, mauryn143.blogspot.com Years ago I watched as a person very close to my heart/life was humiliated and rejected by almost everyone just because she had AIDS. Her own mother treated her like a leper…her children were told to keep away from her because she would infect them. How? Nobody could answer that then. She was found by the roadside near dead and eventually did pass on surrounded by strangers. Years have gone by and I have worked on forgiving myself for walking away from her when she needed someone. I have tried to convince myself that I was only ten … Continue reading I Simply Watched and did Nothing.
Well as young people form the core of the Uganda’s population with over 78% of the total population below 30 years and yet the 15-24 age bracket accounts for over 30%. In short, 7 of every 10 people you meet … Continue reading The Economics and Statistics of Teenage Pregnancy in Uganda.
The number of youth in Uganda is on an all time high and that means that the number of adolescents is also high. It worries every one because many of these adolescents are not getting the health care and health information that they need to safely shift into adulthood without attaining life threatening diseases like HIV/AIDs and Cancer. This is probably due to the fact that the youth are greatly excluded from decisions that concern them especially those in relation to health and sexual health to be precise. information is scarce hence teenage pregnancies are on a rise and so … Continue reading Adolescent Health In Uganda.
It was a Friday and we converged at National Theatre one of the no smoking areas in Uganda, this time, we had come to celebrate and to say thank you to the people who pushed the Tobacco Control Bill till it was passed and the act signed by the President of the great Banana Republic. It was a different day, we were not going to Parliament, behind closed doors to discuss the bill, neither were we trying to sensitized people against the dangers of Tobacco, we were celebrating and sensitizing people about the main clauses of the Bill. Shirts with … Continue reading Say No To Save Lives, Tobacco Kills…
The debate on the passing of the Tobacco Control Bill 2014 has been on going in the Parliament for the last couple of weeks, many amendments (about 45) have been made to the bill which prompted the deputy speaker to … Continue reading Do we really need the Tobacco Control Bill off the order paper?