Author Archives for Allan Mutebi

The State of Schools in Lango Region: A Recurring Trend and Its Impact on Female Students

June 17, 2024 3:05 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

In recent weeks, Northern Uganda’s Lango region has seen a surge in student protests, notably at King James Comprehensive Secondary School, Amugu Seed Secondary School, and Akura Seed Secondary School. Students are rebelling against stringent disciplinary measures, including the forceful confiscation of mobile phones and non-uniform attire​ (Radio COMNETU)​​ (DOKOLO... Read More

The Unsung Heroes: Stories of Uganda’s Female Martyrs

June 5, 2024 10:17 am Published by Leave your thoughts

In the annals of Uganda’s history, the stories of its martyrs are often recounted with reverence, highlighting their unwavering faith and courage. Among these heroic figures, the narratives of female martyrs, although less celebrated, hold a special place, embodying resilience and profound dedication to their beliefs. The Legacy of Clara... Read More

Amplifying Voices: Enhancing Women’s Participation and Community Awareness in Lira District

May 20, 2024 4:03 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The Women Leadership Development and Empowerment (WLEDE) organization has been enhancing women’s participation in local governance and mainstreaming gender in party politics through the Strengthening Women Participation in Local Governance to Improve Service Delivery (SWOPA) project, supported by the African Women Development Fund (AWDF). As we prepare for the fourth... Read More

The Transformative Power of WLEDE Radio Talk Shows

May 16, 2024 3:27 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

In an era dominated by digital media, radio talk shows remain a vital tool for community engagement and sensitization. WLEDE, a global leader in radio broadcasting, has harnessed the unique power of radio to connect communities, raise awareness, and drive positive change worldwide. This impact story showcases how WLEDE’s radio... Read More

🌧️ Disaster Update: Kasese District Floods and Landslides 🌧️

May 14, 2024 5:00 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

We’re facing another challenging time in Kasese District due to severe landslides and floods. As of May 10, 2024, key rivers including Nyamugasani, Rwembyo, Kabiri, Isule, Hima, Kuruhe, and Muhokya have overflowed, causing significant damage and displacement across several sub-counties and town councils. 🌿 Understanding the Causes: 🚨 Current Impact:... Read More