A hungry nation with failed agricultural promises and policies.

Our exceptional climatic conditions, fertile soils and two planting seasons make us such a potential agricultural rich country. We live in a country where 75 percent of our citizens male, female and youth are engaged in agriculture-related businesses. 72 percent of our sisters, wives and mothers are employed in agriculture and this even gets higher for the rural Ugandan woman.

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The girl child is not weak or less smart. No!

Just like Uganda’s neighbour Kenya, there is something to learn about their government’s entry into a campaign that put the girl child first. National budgets are about service delivery, securing a future of the girl child through giving them free sanitary pads can be a game-changing intervention in Uganda’s future.

Toroma Police Brutality an abuse to humanity.

The long dry spell that has hit and affected Teso, Karamoja, Elgon, Busoga in eastern Uganda and other areas of the country has left many without food and water for themselves and their livestock. In Karamoja, we have lost both human and their livestock and in Isingiro families have migrated from their ancestral lands. The…