Short maternity leave: A hindrance to a child and mother’s right to breastfeed.

Women, especially those of child bearing age have increasingly embraced employment constituting about 42% of the working population in Uganda. Many women are pursuing employment hand in hand with their many maternal functions such as childbearing which subsequently comes with breastfeeding. Much as employment has and continues to uplift the welfare and status of women […]

Diabetes, lifestyle and the Law.

Diabetes is a chronic noncommunicable disease with two types; Type 1 which is caused when the pancreas produces little or no insulin and on the other hand type 2 which affects the way the body processes blood sugar (glucose). Diabetes have become a global heath challenge over the years and as of 2019 diabetes was […]

ICT and Civil Society: An inevitable marriage.

In this 21st century, almost everything is at a ‘go’. It is a ‘click, tap and done!’ People are fast, smart, and accurate. They do less and achieve more, matter of fact, they do not move at all but reach out to the world! At least that is what we all have been made to believe.

BUILDING FROM NOWHERE, THE TALE OF A STARTING ACCOUNTANT

CEFROHT has incredibly been a master piece in grooming me as an accountant. I am Babirye Moureen, a 32year old lady from Busoga – Iganga District but currently living and working in  Kampala with The Center for Food and Adequate Living Rights (CEFROHT). I graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Arts in Development Economics from […]

VOLUNTEERING AT THE CENTRE FOR FOOD AND ADEQUATE LIVING RIGHTS. A RIGHT STEP IN CAREER GROWTH.

Early this year, I joined Centre for Food and Adequate Living Rights (CEFROHT) located in Gayaza– a town in Wakiso District. CEFROHT’s work is directed towards the interconnection of Food Justice, Climate Justice and Economic Justice promoting adequate living rights. These include utilizing legal tools to ensure realization of land rights, food security and nutrition, livelihood rights, environmental health and rights.