Monthly Archives: January 2016

Ugandans die not because of Cancer but neglect

“Thinking about why cancer patients opt for treatment in India. Hi, my name is Tindi am a cancer survivor. First of all this is what I observed. Uganda has fewer than 10 or even less oncologists to serve a population of I think 40 million or more people. There is simply no capacity to handle cancer […]

Candidate Kyalya exemplifies what is wrong with multiparty democracy in Uganda

“Amaadhi amasabe tigamala ndigho” A proverb of the Basoga of Uganda which translated into English reads: “When one begs for water it does not quench the thirst.” The proverb explained means that “often, something that one begs for is not exactly what one requires. It may be insufficient or not to one’s liking. This proverb […]

2015 in review

With the resolve to do even better in 2016, The Humanist View herewith proudly shares its  2015 annual report that was prepared by stats helper monkeys. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 17,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at […]