Harriet works with Foundation for Integrated Rural Development Uganda (FIRD) as the Executive Director. She is a human rights educator and community activist advocating for the promotion and protection of vulnerable people’s rights, especially women, girls and youth in post-conflict northern Uganda at the grassroot level. Listen in as she engages us in her daily work routine.
Listen to Barrington Chungulo as he tells about the Dream Factory Zambia, with a vision that fuels the dreams of the Zambian people to bring life and freedom to grow and empower them to live their dreams.
Pascal Amuriat is a cultural and land rights promoter. In this episode, he tells us about his experience working for and with communities to foster culture and rights to land. He is a councilor in the Teso chiefdom Einos Iteso Kopiten. A platform that provides an opportunity to front Teso issues. Additionally, he is a writer of Ateker books which includes Awaragasia nu Iteso, Asapan na Iteso, Kisisiau Ateso.
Improv is a type of theatre, in which much is performed is unplanned or unscripted. In this episode of the MableMomente Talkshow, Estera Mihaila talks about her work as a improv theatre trainer in Bonn.
WaterWide is a non-profit organisation that tracks government spending for water, sanitation and hygiene for improved access in rural communities. In this episode of the MableMomente Talkshow, its found Wilson Atumeyi talks about his journey. You can find more information on WaterWide also on Instagram.