The fact that digital is the new way of life is no longer rocket science for anyone living in this new era. We are swamped with new technologies which have contributed to the birth and growth of…

Pearl Denise Agasha |

It’s 2050 and a few months ago, our country, Congo Brazzaville, took a giant step along the path to its development and regional integration. Together with our neighbor Congo Kinshasa, we…

Amour-Freddy Bilombo Bazedimba |

Last October, I participated in End Poverty Day (EPD)  from the Zambia Country Office, where I had the opportunity to exchange with a host of young brilliant minds from Zambia and around the…

Hafez Ghanem |

In December 2017, Josephine Karungi, a renowned TV host, invited me to share my story as a domestic violence survivor on her show “Perspectives with Josephine Karungi.” To say I was scared beyond…

Mary Helda Akongo |

It has now been more than five months since the last case of female murders was reported in Entebbe. Between July and September 2017, 23 women were brutally attacked, battered, raped and murdered…

Douglas Dubois Sebamala |

The communities of Kibaale East, Kamwenge, where I work and stay, lack informal and formal support structures that help girls, survivors and young mothers to cope with gender-based violence (GBV…

Tendo Namata |

Each year, the World Bank offices in Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda host a Blog4Dev contest, inviting young people throughout the country to share their views on a topic of our choosing.
 

Diarietou Gaye |

Getting more youth to engage productively in agriculture is not, and won’t be, an easy job. As an aspiring goat farmer and student in agribusiness management, I know that it takes real passion and…

Joseph Kyanjo Lule |

Let me answer it this way: If you are a youth, you are damned if you farm, and you will be equally damned if you don’t. Farming as an option is very key to enabling the continuous production of…

Mercy Melody Kayodi |