Addressing a press conference on Friday at the UGANET offices in Ntinda, ahead of the International Women’s Day celebrations, the activists say that despite efforts world over to recognize girls and women’s rights, their potential and self-determination continues to be affected.
Harriet Lamunu, the UWOPA Program coordinator says that they are in the final stages of re-tabling the bill. She says they accepted to have the bill withdrawn because they needed the new proposals to be included to the bill.
Rhoda Nsibirwa Kalema has had a habit of taking notes some of which dating as far back as 1950s. But at the age of eighty-eight, she is in the final stages of writing her autobiography in which she documents some of the issues and events that the country has gone through over the years.