#HappyFlow Monday: Profiling Menstrual Health Management Champions – Patricia Kajumba
Patricia Kajumba is a social worker based in Uganda. She is the founder of the Twekonyere project which seeks to create rural communities where young people autonomously champion their wellbeing and contribute to the development of African communities.
Patricia values serving beyond self. Under the Twekonyere Project, and runs a peer to peer inspiration hub for young girls and women called the “Twekonyere Life Stories”. She is a writer, who has written a number of articles and blogs around issues associated with Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights in Africa.
She is the Vice-Chairperson for the Youth Action Movement (YAM) at Reproductive Health Uganda, Hoima Branch, and is also a proud Tuwezeshe fellow under Akina Mama wa Afrika, a Pan- African Feminist and Transformational Leadership Development organization, based in Kampala, Uganda.
Patricia works with Sex Rights Africa Network as an advocate, with keen interest in advocating for Menstrual Health Rights in East and Southern Africa. Using different platforms, she has managed to champion the Happy Flow Campaign.