How Blogging can help tackle Information Poverty in Africa (My talk at the 2016 CMS Africa)

2016 CMS Summit presentation I did about information poverty in Uganda and Africa and how blogging can help solve it

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Unconventional Man (Interview with the Daily Monitor)

On March 5th 2016, I was privileged to have an interview with Esther Oluka in the Sunday Monitor about my Life and the decisions I have made. You can read it HERE or below. Onyait Odeke is a man who wears many hats. The Acting EIC at Dignited, a Tech website based in Uganda spoke…

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A Lesson in FEAR and FAITH

One afternoon in the village, a few people were seated outside a hut under the tree, enjoying the afternoon breeze after a heavy meal. They had baby of about 10 months sleeping inside the hut. While they were still resting, they saw an adult python entering the hut in which the baby was sleeping. The…

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#BeingaMan 007: Society and the 1 2 3 4 generation Man

For this particular post, I will share some of my own personal experience which may have biases and may not entirely apply across the board but they are my experiences and I know that many people also went through the same. I struggled with this growing up. I often felt like I am not on…

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#BeingaMan 005: Being a Man According to Gender

When a child is born, the first news that is given to the anxious parents is the sex of the child. It’s a baby boy, it’s a baby girl the midwives or doctors say. Some really anxious parents go for a scan to identify the sex of the child before it’s born. The Sex of…

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Mean Meetings, Big Parties & Starved Marriages

This was written by my friend and brother Paul Turyagumanawe and posted here with his permission. He implores the challenges that face Ugandan weddings today. He tackles the fact that weddings in Uganda today seem to be synonymous with having money or being rich. Worse still people would spend what they don’t have/earn to have…

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