Farida was a brilliant and brave girl of our previously peaceful soil and wanted to restore its honor by saving its strength over centuries i.e girls having dignity, education and role playing. Her loss is everybody's loss if we recognize correctly in a larger world heading towards its destruction.
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I don't log into this Network very often and so I have only just realised that you left me a message several months ago wanting to get in contact regarding Uganda. Sorry that I did not reply. Please feel free to contact me again if you still want to.
I was at the University of Warwick in January, I got too busy with teaching and practical orientations in participatory peace communication that I forgot completely to get in touch with you. What are you are plans this year? Are you coming to Uganda?
Great as you started such a social work to promote and empower women. Myself am drafting on such a project in Bukavu-DRC and I would like to work hand in hand with you for exchange of ideas...
We should indeed be the voice of the voiceless and I do believe this is our mission on this earth. MUGISHO ND. THEOPHILE
I just joined your Org. Women for Change, what a great title and project. I look forwar dto sharing more info and new with you on African women, SGBV and empowerment issues. I have worked in Sierra Leone, NE Kenya and Somalia on Gender and Human Rights Issues. I am hoping to pursue a PhD career on this same topic....will keep you posted....please share with me any news on projects you have running in these countries...
Its Sad to hear that but as an Activist, we should prepare and get ready for these. Different People come to internet and others with bad intention which you can not rule out but the fact is you are doing your best to inform the world about the sitaution of women in Kaabong.
Thanks for the Good Work and let nobody disrupt you from doing so.
Hi Chris, am glad you had a wonderful time in Uganda. Hope to see you when you get back.
am also not in Uganda, am in NY at olumbia University at the center for the Study of Human Rights but will be in Uganda end of December 09.
Woh! Christine, i really appreciate u'r commitment and zeal of bringing changes in the lives of many deprived and marginalized women! so gud to see your work progressing forward. we shall keep in touch and keep communicating our ideas and knowledge on how to make this world better place and fun for marginalized women to live and survive. Do let me knw if u wud wan me to contribute in u'r journal! keep up the good work! so gud to see you having network with Burmese women as well. I have work with Burmese Refugees here
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