Rhythm of Life Uganda

Let Girls Be Girls!

Let Girls Be Girls!

Knowledge is power and one of the fundamental ways to acquire knowledge is through education. Education is an empowerment tool that enables girls to have power, knowledge, control and responsibility over their lives. An educated girl tends to be more informed about their health, nutrition, reproductive health, choose when and who to marry, achieve their ...

Nurturing Care For Children During The Pandemic.

Nurturing Care For Children During The Pandemic.

According to Britto (2016) nurturing care is defined as a stable environment that is sensitive to children’s health and nutritional needs with protection from threats, opportunities for early learning and interactions that are responsive, emotionally supportive and developmentally stimulating. While Covid-19 is considered secondary to being a threat to children it has far reaching impacts …

ADAPTING AN INCLUSIVE LENS TO UGANDA’S SEXUAL OFFENCE BILL.

ADAPTING AN INCLUSIVE LENS TO UGANDA’S SEXUAL OFFENCE BILL.

The bill has been pending for more than a decade, approved by parliament on May 3, 2021 leaves a lot to be questioned about! We applaud the phenomenal women in the parliament who spearheaded the efforts making this bill a reality given the various controversies and resistance that was faced way back from 2015 it …

Every Penny Counts in changing Lives of Women

Every Penny Counts in changing Lives of Women

It is often said, give people a chance and they will surprise you and am indeed not only surprised but also overwhelmed by the support rendered towards the #Food basket campaign. In just less than a week, we have been able to raise 760,000 Ugandan Shillings which is approximately 200 USD. We are running a …

Sex Work

Sex Work

The Sexual Health and Rights Project (SHARP), an initiative from the Public Health Program of the Open Society Institute, argues that access to healthcare for vulnerable peoples should be a universal right. This blog is intended to provide a snapshot of the lives of the women we engage with on a day to day basis. …

My Life Story

My Life Story

My name is Barbara. I am 18 years of age. I was born in a family of five, and I am the fourth-born. I am proud to be the daughter of Mrs. Anita. My childhood education was not an easy journey, though by God’s grace, I have reached this far. I have finished High School …

Dear Mr. President

Dear Mr. President

Mr. President, How I wish to talk to you about our education system in Uganda. I am grateful for all your efforts to ensure that we acquire the best out of it. But we the future generation have something to say. There are lots of loopholes that cause me concern. Did the minister of education …

Girl Child Education

Girl Child Education

Education is a Human right that helps to impart more knowledge into people all over the world. It’s so hurting that the largest numbers of Girls are denied education. The challenges faced by Girls are denial of employment opportunities and inequalities in schools, and even in homes. Perhaps the fear is that Girl child education …