In this Episode of ‘Upclose with Eva Nakato’, we bring you Immaculate Akullo, a passionate female beekeeper who has been able to empower herself and low income earners in her community through the activity. She explains why beekeeping is not a man’s job, but also suitable for women, young people and the disabled. She explains why beekeeping is not a male job, as was long thought in Uganda, but also suitable for women, young people and the disabled to earn an extra income. Please like, share and subscribe.
‘Data zijn goud en wij zijn de goudzoekers’, zo noemde Gauthier Marchais zijn artikel over oneerlijke verhoudingen in internationaal wetenschappelijk onderzoek. De activist Nicera Wanjiru ondervindt in Kenia de ‘goudkoorts’ aan den lijve en besloot zèlf data te gaan verzamelen. Een dubbelinterview.Lees artikel
Uganda has once again been put under lockdown after the 3rd wave of Covid-19 hit the country. This is very unfortunate news for its education sector. Education is the first step for people to gain the knowledge, critical thinking, empowerment and skills needed to make the world a better place. In Uganda, it is perhaps one of the most affected areas thanks to the pandemic. Our correspondent, Martha Nalukenge paints a vivid picture for us on how the virus severely affected the country.Lees artikel
Many people usually go into politics for the money and the power. Next year there will be elections in Kenya and our hope is that a new breed of politicians will emerge, those who will work for the benefit of the electorate. One of them might possibly be Saadia Rao. Thanks to her selfless acts, people have been encouraging her to stand for an elective seat. This is because they believe that she can make a positive difference. She talked to Vice Versa Global’s Cynthia Omondi.Lees artikel