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Globally, we see a movement focusing on "breaking the silence". A drive to put girls and women at the forefront of development. There is one cross-cutting field that is an instrumental key to empowering women, keeping girls in school, and breaking the cycle of poverty: Menstrual Hygiene Management. Days for Girls was born in 2008, in an orphanage in Dagoretti, Kenya.
I am passionate about agriculture, women and development. I run a 26 acre mixed farm in rural Uganda.
I am a PhD holder in Agricultural Extension Education and currently a Lecturer at Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania. As part of oputreach programmes I have been working with rural farmers promoting various agricultural innovations.
I am a vigilant witness of the Athabasca watershed system in my home community of Jasper, Alberta, Canada.
Although I can not eliminate every evil form society but I can work to make the pile of good deeds be so high that evil disappear in its tininess.
Having experienced tragedy in my Family due to domestic violence, I am both passionate and committed to honoring all victims by assisting in any and all ways to help prevent intimate partner violence.