Wheeew!!! What a decade! At least that is what 2020 felt like for me. As we stepped into this new decade we were all high on optimism and making crazy plans. What we didn’t know is COVID-19 had other plans. For most it has been a year marred with pain, loss, bitterness and agony. I … More FILIMU STAR TAFFA & Ending 2020
“Let us rise up and be thankful, for if we didn’t learn a lot today, at least we learned a little, and if we didn’t learn a little, at least we didn’t get sick, and if we got sick, at least we didn’t die; so, let us all be thankful.” – Buddha The word gratitude … More GUEST POST: Gratitude in changing times.
Since March when we registered our index case in Uganda until now, so much has changed. We have moved on from a lot of things. Before, many of us had to deal with the adrenaline rush as we waited for the daily case stats, wore our masks faithfully, stayed home and observed COVID19 guidelines. At … More ON STATE TERRORISM & POLITICIZING COVID19 IN UGANDA
World AIDS day 2020 looks a bit different on all fronts. We are in the middle of a pandemic that among other things requires all of us to have our immunity and body systems working at their best to combat. And yet here is HIV, an immunodeficiency virus. People living with HIV/AIDS have had it … More WORLD AIDS DAY: HIV/AIDS IN UGANDA IN THE MIDDLE A PANDEMIC
There is an Acholi saying about breaking the water pot right at your door step. When I saw the news about Uganda charging 65 USD (240,500ugx) for individuals to test for COVID 19 that saying came back to mind. Previously Uganda was recognized as one of the countries that were ahead of the fight against … More Of 240,500ugx Testing fee and the COVID 19 Response in Uganda