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help me have a better chance in life I was born in the wee hours of the morning and my paternal auntie was the first person to arrive She was on a mission to find out the sex of the baby I am told that upon discovering I was a girl she exclaimed with disappointment "Apesenin bobo" which literally means ‘yet another debt’ When this auntie delivered the ‘bad news’ to the village that my mother had delivered a girl child my father stood up in support of my mother Without his support she might have been pressured to leave the marriage for bearing six girls Instead my parents teamed up to ignore the ridicule that many women who bore girl children in my village experience They responded with kindness opening up our home and offering food and hospitality to those who had ridiculed us As I grew up I saw how my fathers many acts of support for the women and girls in our family were changing the way things were done in our village Upon my grandfathers death my father was appointed heir to the clan When he chairs clan meetings he gives women a voice to articulate their issues He is using his position to gradually change attitudes championing womens rights and empowerment There is much that needs to change Growing up I witnessed mothers of girl children scolded beaten and given ultimatums by their husbands or even clan members to either produce boys or return to their families Traditionally girls are seen as worthless not worth educating We are only meant for marriage In the Teso culture a bride price is gifted from the family of the groom to that of the bride before the bride is officially handed over to the groom This takes the form of cows goats and sheep Because the bride price paid for us must be refunded if the marriage fails girls are debts waiting to happena burden to the clan Years after my auntie called me ‘apesenin bobo’ I watched this happen to her After she bore nine children her husband showed up with armed guards to my grandfathers homestead calling my auntie old and ugly shouting that he didnt want her anymore He drove away all my grandfathers cows sheep and goatsmore than the number paid for her bride priceclaiming the animals had multiplied over the years A few weeks later he used the cows to marry another wife I have witnessed women run away from abusive marriages only to be sent back by their relatives and parents to endure abuse because the parents could not afford to return the bride price After years of advocacy and legal battles this month on August 7 2015 Ugandas Supreme Court ruled to deny husbands the right to demand a return of bride price This is a huge breakthrough for women but unfortunately the bride price practice has not been outlawed completely While girls are called debts boys are regarded as pillars (‘apir’) They hold the family home they carry the family name inherit land and keep the clan growing Boys education is prioritized with some parents making use of the bride price obtained from their daughters marriage to support their sons education When a man is due for marriage his sister can be married off even before age 18 to obtain bride price that her brother can use to marry a wife My father has led the way in resisting this inequality by refusing to accept a bride price for his daughters He has seen how the bride price contributes to domestic violence and encourages a married woman to be treated as property without any decision-making abilities At the traditional marriage ceremony of one of my sisters the grooms grandfather insisted that they should pay a bride price of cows "to make it clear that the man is the head of the family" My father stood firm and told the gathering "I have never seen a cow with so many powers to tell a woman that this is your husband and he is the head of the family" He refused to take any cows and encouraged whomever wanted to give cows to give them to the young couple who needed it the most as they start their new lives in marriage My father always supported me even as I asked questions growing up like why I was expected to kneel down while greeting elders and yet boys never knelt When my cousin called me a prostitute my parents didnt tolerate the name calling They would call meetings with other families to resolve such problems Despite my fathers modest income and the challenges of displacement due to armed conflict that we suffered as a family my father made a decision to take all six of his girls to school making sure we all made it to university To make sure they raised money for our education my parents introduced us to farming at an early age and we grew our own food We had to wake up before 6am to walk to the garden several miles away while my father spent most of the week working in the city My parents made so many sacrifices to ensure we all had an education In those days there was no free universal primary or secondary school and secondary school especially was expensive While many of my playmates were getting married.
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forefront of our clean energy future” Carbon dioxide isn’t a pollutantat least not in the sense that breathing it in damages health (If it were trees would be a lot more dangerous) CO2 does cause climate change which in turn can directly threat health by increasing ozone levels intensifying heat waves and floods and even worsening allergies all of which the White House detailed in a new report out today But Obama and his officials have been talking up a different sort of public health benefit that will come with the regulations: the reduction of dangerous conventional pollutants like nitrous oxides sulfur dioxide and simple soot “Our role in this initiative is to protect public health and the environment” EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy told me in an interview last week “It’s key in this rule that when we lower carbon we reduce traditional pollutants” The EPA says that the regulations will reduce those conventional pollutants by more than 25% over the lifetime of the rules as a 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