Erasing The Genocide Footprint One Youth At A Time

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The remarkable story of Never Again Rwanda Rwanda’s post genocide development initiatives have realized tremendous achievements in rebuilding societies and broken linkages to better livelihoods through development initiatives including peace building and reconciliation efforts combined with socio-economic and political growth and development programs. Initiatives have been embarked on through a public – private partnership involving… Read more »

Using Participatory Reflection and Action to Improve the Management of TB and HIV/AIDS

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This case concerns a project titled ‘Bringing us Closer’, supported by AUF through grant number 007/AUF/CFP/SJP/2011 implemented as a partnership between SORAK Development Agency http://sdauganda.org and Center for Health Human Rights and Development (CEHURD) http://www.cehurd.org/ in Uganda. This was premised on various negative health indicators such as the facts that TB and HIV in Uganda… Read more »

Promoting Right to Literacy in Tanzania

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One Organization’s fight to promote the right to literacy and education for out of school children in Tanzania In the 1970s, the Tanzanian government faced a great challenge: To provide access to primary education for every child. After the declaration of the Musoma Resolution in 1974, the government set out to implement Universal Primary Education… Read more »

Naitera Kenya Promoting Equitable Access to health care for the Poor and Disadvantaged Eldery persons in Kiambu County, Kenya

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One Small Step for the Elderly, One Giant Leap for Mankind Article 25(1) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that “Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-Abeing of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and… Read more »

Addressing Women and Girl Child Rights Violations among Pastoralist in Rukoola, Uganda

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The Rukoola region is a remote neglected grazing bushland across Kiboga, Bulisa, Nakasongola, Luwero districts. The major economic preoccupation is pastoralism. The region lacks most public services such as roads, health, education etc. The communities in the region are highly patriarchal with cultural practices e.g. polygamy, wife sharing and inheritance being common place. These often… Read more »