Carolyne Nakazibwe

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Elsie Nakirya, 66, heard her granddaughter Paula Nakafu, 6, moan uncharacteristically in her sleep. A quick check with her palm on the child’s forehead “confirmed” a high temperature. “I sponged her off until morning, then went to a drug store and bought chloroquine syrup and a tablet of Fansidar [sulphadoxine–pyremethamine (SP)],” said Nakirya, a resident(More)
When Dr Godfrey Egwau, a consultant obstetrician at Soroti Regional Referral Hospital’s maternity unit, stood for parliament in February, voters knew that if he won he would move to the capital, Kampala, about 280 km away. Women in Soroti district weighed this and overwhelmingly voted for his opponent. Egwau, who dreamed of going into politics, lost the(More)
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