What seemed like an easy task has opened a Pandora’s Box. LGBTIQ Ugandans can write the most hilarious, mind boggling true stories.
This is a welcome initiative that promotes Ubuntu.
You can reach out to them not only for any mental health care needs, but other healthcare needs as well on Toll Free Line: 0800100094.
Visual Echoes for Human Rights Advocacy-VEHRA is a youth led LGBTQ organization founded in 2017. The organization uses sports, are and economic empowerment to advocate for LGBTQ human rights in Uganda.
If you are interested, please submit your expression of interest clearly highlighting your qualifications and experience to undertake the study not later than 3 June 2022.
We are quick to realize when people we love have their check engine light on yet drive around with our mental health on ‘I know my car.’ We also know what we want to receive from people that we love yet seem to be stuck in an unrequited love affair with ourselves.
We are not broken however and we will continue to speak up and fight injustices that harm LGBTQ Ugandans.
Although about 30 years ago the World Health Organisation-WHO declassified homosexuality as a mental health disorder many countries including Uganda continue to discriminate against LGBTQ people.
Self-reflection and wellness builds onto self-awareness, self-love and healing.
The victims were brutally stabbed to death or sexually abused through corrective gang rape or strangled and/or violently assaulted before being killed.