A Feminist Manifesto

9th April 2018 Teakisi 0

By Sola Ogunbiyi Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is without a doubt, a vocal African feminist act. She literally wears her identity as a woman/African as a badge. She is simultaneously an inspiration and a nuisance to […]


It Is a Man’s World

4th December 2017 Natacha Umutoni 0

Last month, our newsfeed was flooded with stories of rape allegations against Harvey Weinstein.  The actress Alyssa Milano took to twitter using the hashtag ‘MeToo’, encouraging women to share their stories of sexual abuse and […]


A La Découverte De Ma Féminité

18th April 2017 Iris Ntore 4

Au moment où j’écris ce blog, le monde entier célèbre la journée de la femme. Là où tout a commencé… Il n’y a pas si longtemps encore, je n’affectionnais pas particulièrement cette fête. Ne vous […]


The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of

5th April 2017 Teakisi 2

By Ivy Salijeni As a young girl living with a single mother in urban Malawi, I learned to understand that going to school was a must, not a need. There was no one to encourage […]

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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 […]