Many young workers are toiling for more than 6 months without a guiding contract, which most employers avoid since they fear potential legal action if they fail to meet the employees’ expectations.
Informal women workers in both Uganda and Kenya reported experiencing gender-based violence (GBV).
Think about the children in paternity test chaos in Uganda
When the mind is so dark, it can be hard to see any possibility for future happiness, but it can and often does get better.
“Now that I am 67 years old, solar power has greatly helped me. Before I acquired solar, I used to tie a small torch on my forehead at night when mingling in the kitchen and going for nature call in the latrine or use kerosene lamp. I suffered a lot. But today, I am saving the money I used to spend on buying torches and part of that money is helping me to pay school fees, buy sugar, and other home stuff.”
By FEMJOF-Uganda team At Bangatuti Health Centre III in Yumbe district, 64-year-old Kadijha Kelele, a…
By Ajok Diana Mr. Benjamin Komagum alias Spartos is a musician and song writer based…