It’s Okay To Hate Your Period

By Mako Muzenda I’m one of the unfortunate women cursed with a hellish period. Every month, I go through the same routine: throwing up every few hours or so, feeling like my uterus is getting gut-punched, and living in the constant fear that I’m leaking and the whole world will see red dripping down my […]

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Getting Up And Staying Passionate

By Eleanor Mirembe I have recently taken up jogging/running. I know, no big deal here, but let me put that decision into context for you. I am no runner. None of my family members are particularly athletic and as much as I am into sports and play rugby occasionally, I am no long distance runner. […]

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Medical Crisis In Uganda

By Zerida Mponye So I read an article a couple weeks ago on The Independent’s website from Dr. Ian Clarke who allegedly said that Ugandans were partly to blame for the collapse of the medical system. The article said that Ugandans do not trust their own medical system and, therefore, end up running abroad for medical care, […]

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Be My Family: The Case For Adoption In Sudan

By Reem Gaafar The importance of family cannot be overrated in any way, any context, any country or under any pretense. It’s one of those things that are taken for granted by many. A while ago, a picture on Humans of New York featured a man who spoke about his and his wife’s discussion about […]

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Kiss Your Annoying Monthly Visitor Goodbye!

By Angela Semanda.   Hello ladies! What if I told you there was a solution to your monthly menstrual challenges that lasted for up for up to 10 years, was affordable and eco-friendly? Yes, I know, sounds to good to be true; but it exists. The menstrual cup, also referred to as the Ruby Cup, is […]

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