THE BREASTFEEDING LEARNER: A STORY OF SHAMIM

A baby and her nanny can be seen chuckling outside a classroom block. A tickle here and there, and the toddler is reduced to bouts of laughter. The serenity of her giggle and innocence of her play is a sight to behold. Even better, should she tire of her nanny and want some breast milk, […]

NOTHING WILL STOP MOSES FROM ACHIEVING HIS DREAMS

Every step he takes is from a place of strength. No doubt, what comes easy for many, is a strenuous huddle for Moses Likambo. He, however, refuses to be defined by this. “I was born without disability but in 2001, I got polio,” the 24-year-old resident of Koboko District tells of his encounter with the […]

Recognition and Equating of Academic Qualifications for Refugees

Uganda is the largest refugee-hosting country in Africa, and third globally with 1,503,601 refugees (UNHCR Report, 31st August 2021) making up 3.3% of the country’s total population. The country has a generous open-door policy towards displaced persons and its legal and policy framework regarding refugees is considered one of the most progressive in the world. […]