- published: 12 Aug 2012
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Dr. Kishan Gadhia recounts his narrow escape from death while working as a doctor in Uganda in the mid 1960s. A first person account of Sai Baba's intervention at the last possible moment. Dr. Gadhia also talks about first learning of Sai Baba in 1955 and his first visit to Baba's ashram in 1960. Welcome to Souljourns. Questions or comments? Write us at firstname.lastname@example.org The opinions expressed here are those of the person being interviewed. Souljourns does not necessarily endorse past, present or future opinions of interviewees.
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A doctor has set up a fast-growing business based on the supply of household cooking gas. Part of his aim, is to drastically reduce indoor air pollution, by replacing firewood, charcoal and kerosene, with cleaner LPG.
Doctor Stella Nyanzi UNDRESSES Protesting illegal Eviction. Makerere University Uganda. Dr. Stella Nyanzi, one of a few highly educated, respected, loved, revered academician and internationally recognized Ugandan women. Dr. Stella Nyanzi is a medical anthropologist with a PhD from the University of London. She went on to protest her illegal eviction by undressing to show her dissatisfaction towards her boss Professor Mahmood Mamdani after failing to get justice from Makerere University Administration. If a woman undresses in public, in Ugandan culture this is a bad omen to whoever she is addressing her plight, and to the community. By MutekangaChannel
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As Liberia marks the end of Ebola infections in that country, researchers warn that more needs to be done. A Ugandan expert who was at the forefront of the Ebola fight in West Africa has been recounting some of the mistakes made and lessons learnt to CCTV's Leon Ssenyange.