Lessons from Luwero


There are very many lessons I learnt while I was growing up. Most of these lessons were meticulously delivered by parents who seamlessly switched from kind, peaceful, loving humans to ruthless no-nonsense disciplinarians whenever the need arose. One of the most profound lessons I ever did learn from them was and is the lesson of generosity – a lesson which to this day continues to be the cornerstone of my entire existence.

Naturally when I am making friends or associating with people, I am drawn more and more to people who are generous. Generosity is a virtue that I hold in very high regard. It therefore comes as no surprise that I am a proud member of Forty Days Over Forty Smiles Foundation – a group of Youth who have taken generosity to a whole new level. On 19th April, the Foundation opened a Dormitory at Happy Times School…

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Published by bakshikhan

Bakshi Asuman has worked with youth projects since 2007 that focused on mentoring and working with young people with training experience of over 7 years in Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights and Behavior Change Communication for youth led and youth serving organizations. He is a Master Trainer in Evidence & Right based SRHR and HIV prevention Intervention for youth Behavior change, characteristics of effective interventions, measure effects on outcome level, stigma and discrimination and Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights for young people are used and Meaningful Youth Participation.

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