BY DARAUS BAHIKIRE
BY LABAN MUSINGUZI
Every March 08th, Uganda joins the rest of the world to commemorate the International Women’s Day. And always have an annual theme which recognizes the importance of women’s participation in changing the world of work.
Women in the previous regimes were in a position only described as powerless, women were not allowed to express their opinions in public, a view that is deeply embedded in African patriarchal values, which relegate women to the affairs of only the home and family.
By Fred Kiva
More than 40 Ugandan women were on Wednesday rescued from a human trafficking racket.