Belief: “where TB is HIV is” or “where HIV is TB is”

“The two TB patients, the first borne and the second borne, were staying together in the same house, but they contracted TB from different sources. This is because we found out that both of them they were HIV positive and they were brother and sister. No, they did not co-infect each other with TB. Obviously,… Continue reading Belief: “where TB is HIV is” or “where HIV is TB is”

When successful be approachable to youth, encourages Prof. Orach

Young people having access to inspiring people tends to be a matter of chance. That’s the tragedy we have. The young people may be even shy to reach out to the people they think are up there or who they may think are not even approachable. We should be able to grow, I want to… Continue reading When successful be approachable to youth, encourages Prof. Orach

Prof. Orach on why it isn’t enough to give learners only theoretical knowledge

As a person who has been in the education system, as a teacher for many years, the biggest challenge that we have is our university education is so theoretical. You find that training and education at a lower level might give more practical skills to people than at a higher level. Increasingly, our focus should… Continue reading Prof. Orach on why it isn’t enough to give learners only theoretical knowledge

Prof. Orach on why educating girls and women should be a priority

The women folk, the girl child, the female, are more vulnerable in terms of their survival livelihood compared to men. And, therefore, education to the girl child is critical. This is because it brings in enlightenment and knowledge. Knowledge about being aware of themselves, their bodies, for instance. That to me is the beginning. If… Continue reading Prof. Orach on why educating girls and women should be a priority