Inside Uganda’s Pandoras Box-Inhibitors of Low Contraceptive Prevalence in Uganda.

...Contraceptives How I wish to walk from one village, to a town, a district to the capital conducting a research and creating meaningful networks for realisation of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights. That is not it for now, but trust me to have a few relations of Ugandans both men and women in Kenya … Continue reading Inside Uganda’s Pandoras Box-Inhibitors of Low Contraceptive Prevalence in Uganda.

Aluta Continua:The Struggle Continues and Victory is…

Sexual and reproductive health and rights is timeless. As I sit here reflecting on the evolution, controversies, definitions, contexts and successes, I cannot fail to feel the struggle for recognition at the international arena. Sexual and reproductive health and rights cuts across health, population control, rights, laws and policies.

Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights- Magnitude of the Challenges

The world is ailing, The Sirens are wailing, Beep-beep one too many lives are gone, Of mass graves filling the earth, Furnance in the crematoriums are raging, Covid-19 is rippling the world, The cake is crumpling, Its a race against time, tick-tock. I have never known anything so dreadful all my life, I bet you … Continue reading Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights- Magnitude of the Challenges

Mainstreaming Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Human Rights and Development

The journey walked by women, Civil Society Organizations, human rights treaties, international laws bodies and governments, and persons of interests to realize sexual and reproductive health and rights has been long and mucky, flawed by threats and controversies mostly for its relating landscapes of interest such as politics, economies, religions, cultures and taboos, and demographics. … Continue reading Mainstreaming Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Human Rights and Development