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Calling for volunteers!

Malketha Maternal services is delighted to invite individuals from Kampala and surrounding areas to volunteer with us in 2020. Every...

Trusting the process

After marriage, everyone longs to hear one this exciting news, “you’re pregnant”. It was the case for me on the 17th of June 2017 shortly...

Fatherhood in "3D"

Mark Arnold Senabulya strives to leave the places he goes better than he found them. As a new father, he shares what this means in light...

We are growing!

We are more than pleased to announce this particular addition to the Malketha team! Below is a brief about Hamida Massaquoi, a Public...

Journeying with adoption in Uganda

I recently had the privilege of interviewing an inspirational mother of seven, Desire Barugahare. After a good number of re-schedules, I...

Maternal Mental Health Dialogue

One of the objectives of Malketha Maternal services is to demystify the role of mental health in Maternal Health and Early Childhood...

Mummy Vows

“To have and to hold, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health, till death do us part…” these words put a smile on my face...

Story of my life!...

Witchcraft, bad luck, family curse, crazy fool…. and many more are the titles given to someone suffering from mental illness where I come...

Raising a child with Epilepsy

On 29 August 1991, a then 26 year old Santa Abiria Tuape got into labour. Her second child was ready to get out of the comfort of her...

Postnatal depression and me

I recall when I had my second child, while my first was only 2 years old. Potty training for this toddler at home was on track until the...

The everyday parent.

I like to be in control of things. My daughter, Cassandra’s day of birth was the day I felt most powerless. As a Christian, the miracle...