Shame on your hand

Opening this weekend at the National Theatre, "Shame on Your Hand" is a play by Philip Luswata, which he describes as: "Reaching out equally to the men that raise ladies, as well as those who court ladies. It is reaching out as well to the women that go through the experience of being women." Philip… Continue reading Shame on your hand

Challenging categories: educated unemployed youth as institutional innovators in rural Uganda

In rural Uganda there is a generation of young women and men who are the first in their family to go to school. Most do not have jobs. Oluka Robert at his home in Ocelekur Village in Kalaki District. He holds a Bachelor of Development Studies degree from Ndejje University. Since joining our mentoring programme… Continue reading Challenging categories: educated unemployed youth as institutional innovators in rural Uganda

CPAR Uganda to Partner with Mr. Philip Luswata to Mentor Young Innovators

Last week, 22nd to 26th February 2021, I had the privilege to visit with seven disadvantaged young adults, unemployed university graduates in Lira and Kalaki Districts in Northern Uganda, beneficiaries of CPAR Uganda’s “Mentoring young adults into innovators against poverty” project, for which we are doing online fundraising in partnership with GlobalGiving. As the lead… Continue reading CPAR Uganda to Partner with Mr. Philip Luswata to Mentor Young Innovators