Society, Not Anymore!

25th August 2017 Racheal Kizza 1

Society you have had your way for too long. You wonder how?  Let me attempt to break it down and please, no need for you to justify yourself. For once listen. Genuinely listen. Listen not […]

Current Affairs

Fatima Ahmed Ibrahim

16th August 2017 Reem Gaafar 0

Ask any Sudanese or any African person about leading Sudanese women figures of the 20th century, and among the first mentioned names will most certainly be Fatima Ahmed Ibrahim. Born in 1933 in Khartoum to […]


From Africa, To The world

4th August 2017 Eunice Aber 3

At time, the trend in Africa leaves me tired and confused.  I am not sure how it started. Did it start from outside, or it started from within, with us? I do not have an […]


Can Women Have It All?

4th April 2017 Natacha Umutoni 4

My friend has a pet peeve called mediocrity, and he has managed to convince me to join in his club. Well, partially. The dictionary defines mediocre as, “moderate or low quality, value, ability, or performance.” […]


Focus & Growth

27th February 2017 Racheal Kizza 0

This week marks the beginning of March, and with the new month comes the realization that we are well into 2017. There are a lot of months left in the year but it’s important to take […]

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Current Affairs

Crown The Woman – Hearing South Sudan’s Cry

22nd February 2017 Teakisi 0

By Kye Makyeli South Sudan has become even more deprived than before after emerging as a newly sovereign State in the world, with many of its challenges disproportionately affecting women and children. Gender relations in South […]

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Noeline Kirabo: Passion & Purpose

28th November 2016 Racheal Kizza 2

Noeline Kirabo is a family therapist by profession but her passion is social entrepreneurship. She has over twelve years’ experience in the non-profit sector, mainly working with children, youth, women and community self-help groups. She […]