Betty Nachugae, a mother of five admits that no woman in Karamoja can complain of being overloaded with work because they are used to it. "We play our role as our mothers did. In fact, we are used to this although women from other regions keep wondering the way we live," she notes.
Ojok says that most parents see rugby as a sport that inflicts injuries and pain into the lives of their children based on the way it is played. According to Ojok, their efforts to popularize the sport in various schools and community engagements hasn’t yielded the desired results.