Recent reports suggests that the low willingness of the government in creating and providing jobs has led to many young people being lured into foreign countries in search of greener pastures and yet most of these usually backfire. Many of these have ended up either i... More
Global estimates indicate that more than half of the world’s population is below the age of 25 years and nearly one third is between the ages of 10 and 24 years. Throughout the world, youth are dropping out of school and being excluded from the economy. UNESCO estimat... More
Young people aged between 9 -20 years account for 18% of the world’s population and 23% of sub-Saharan African population. The youth in Uganda account for 67% of the total population and 37% are female youth (world population report 2010). In Uganda women have sex ear... More
We are living in a fast changing world in which attitudes towards sexuality and procreation are evolving by the day, a situation in which over 20mn women perform abortions, 95% of them unsafe, much as the practice is criminal.
A rec... More
Uganda today stands at critical cross road in nearly 50 years of her independence. While the just concluded 2011 general Elections are gone, there is still considerable dissension and dissatisfaction within political parties reflecting on unresolved tensions in transi... More