Kiiza Saddam Hussein Uganda Personal Profile: Born in 1991 in Uganda. Kiiza Saddam Hussein is a lawyer by profession who has established a career in human rights, youth empowerment & climate change activism. Ultimately he believe in the values of democracy and rule of law. He serves as Regional Coordinator Rolesa International Organisation and Programs … Continue reading CYC Manifesto 2018
With what come be known as COVID-19 that began is Wuhan/China and with rocket-speed spread worldwide now over one million people infected with the coronavirus, it has not estopped china from exploiting this pandemic crisis through profiteering on making medical equipments such as face masks which only the highest bidder takes it all. Reports have … Continue reading How China is profiteering from COVID-19
"Every battle is won before it is fought". What did Sun Tzu mean? Sun Tzu is referring to "preparation". The battlefield is the stage where the final show takes place, but the winner is decided beforehand as a result of planning, preparation and training. ALL winners are well aware of this fact. Michael Jordan and … Continue reading “Every battle is won before it is fought”
Looking at some of the world richest people in the world, such as Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Richard Branson You get a feeling how world success is not tagged or integral to academic success, let’s face it. When Steve jobs broke out of university to startup an innovative journey that led the birth of Apple … Continue reading On Limbo between Life and Education.
The Unfinished Business towards a Common Future. Recalling my participation in the commonwealth Youth Forum/Council elections and affirming my definitive trust in the vision I have to empower facilitate and promote youth Agenda and acknowledging the dynamic challenges that come along the way that may affect my resolve but acknowledge the need to champion … Continue reading The Unfinished Business towards a Common Future.
16th – 18th April 2018 in London to be a defining period for the Commonwealth youth to envisage a commonwealth that is more secure more prosperous fair and sustainable for commonwealth citizens to be prouder of. It is not being irrational when I say youth should take precedence of others considering the numbers they enjoy. … Continue reading Why Youth Interventions Is Critical For A More Secure, More Prosperous, Fair And Sustainable Commonwealth.
Recalling the minister’s commitment at 9th CYMM to promote youth work as a profession through education and training for sectors where youth engagement is important, such as but not limited to police, health, youth ministry, and social work. Which also included the advancement of the commonwealth Higher Education Consortium for youth work which was launched … Continue reading Professionalization Of Youth Work Should Be Reaffirmed At CHOGM 2018.
Letter from mother (Poem) Son when I carried you I knew it was going to be you, The son that I would send to fetch water for food, With much pain and passion I was always vomiting because it was you I curried. Dad shouting, go bring me food, but I had not cooked. Not … Continue reading Letter from my mother.
It’ virtuous to be surrounded by children who are full of dreams and passion midst of their poor background and challenging life style that they lead. Our responsibility to support children from across the divide be it street kids shouldn’t be diminished as we focus on our individual progression. Children are the foundation of new … Continue reading Why help Street Kids?
The 10 minutes of fitness Hi, I guess like me, you all want to be fit both mentally and physically but let’s be honest a good number of us are not as fit as we would wish to be, and this can be due to a number of reasons, every time I watch Gymnastics performers … Continue reading The Challenge Plus The Benefit !