How To Handle Children With Different Behavior Issues

The Godfrey Kutesa Foundation has organized a month-long seminar tackling how to handle different behavior changes among school going children in primary and secondary,  for school leaders like teachers, wardens on focus mainly on boys. According to their Facebook Page Godfrey Kutesa Foundation, the seminar will help equip teachers with the necessary knowledge and skills…

How Togikwatako and Gikwateko are affecting my business

Togikwatako is a Luganda word meaning ‘Don’t touch it’, this word has been used by opposition leaders who are against the bid to amend Article 102(b) of the 1995 Constitution of the Republic of Uganda that seeks to lift the Presidential Age limit, while  Gikwateko, meaning ‘let’s touch it’ is for in support of the amendment. These two…

How to move forward after quitting formal employment

After reading a story about me published and printed by The Daily Monitor – Uganda’s latest news, sports, Health, business analysis and reviews – titled  ‘I was bored with formal jobs’, ‘friends’ on Facebook in-boxed and asked that I share tips on how to move forward after quitting formal employment. ( You can read the story…

#UgSMEs Alternatives to Debt Financing for SMEs in Uganda

As someone who runs a small midsize enterprise, and has had a full month off work enjoying nuptial arrangements plus reading everything I could find during the moon in the honey; the Deloitte write-ups about Small Medium Enterprises are insightful and shade a lot of light on the financial challenges faced by these businesses. According…

#55UgBlogs Who is mentoring boys to men in this 55 years old country?

Happy belated independence day Uganda! Sorry, I am a number of days late to this.  Honey to the moon things. I got hitched a few weeks ago, will be sharing some highlights in that regard in the coming weeks but today let me share about mentorship and how it’s deeply needed for the next generation. Uganda,…

Interesting Quotes from #ScaleTalksUg about Entrepreneurship In Uganda

#ScaleTalksUg is the hashtag that was used on Facebook and Twitter during the Youth Entrepreneurship for social impact- National Uganda Scale Forum, that took place on 25th May at the Innovation village in Ntinda Complex. The forum was implemented jointly by Aga Khan University and Aga Khan Foundation, the Civil society Initiative which supports young…