How to wake a butterfly is Loic Ekinga’s debut book and follows the author’s metamorphosis as he navigates life from childhood through to adulthood. Written during the lockdown, this poetry collection is deeply reflective and introspective – a story of becoming that explores loss, longing, family, masculinity, heartbreak and love among other themes. The book … More BOOK REVIEW; How to wake a Butterfly by Loic Ekinga
Uganda’s health sector has been on the spot for a while now. The government proposed a budget cut to UGX 2.5 trillion, a huge reduction by UGX 258.29 billion (23.6%) for financial year 2021/2022 budget. This comes around the same time when countries are reinforcing their health care systems and building capacity in response to … More Now is not the time for Uganda to cut the health budget #WinterABC2021
Writing this blog post almost feels like an artist showing up to perform at a show after asking that tickets are taken down. You will be lucky to find an audience of one or any kind of audience at all. As the year was starting out, like any other creative I had plans. I laid … More A CREATIVE WITH NO CREATIVITY #winterABC2021
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.