Women and Taboo a case study on Buganda in Uganda
Banja, Olivia Nassaka
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Women, as persons belonging to the Kingdom of God, are located through-out the world. In their different locations, they experience diverse cultures, customs and beliefs which influence and affect their well-being at different levels. This paper explores how taboos influence and affect the well-being of women, with a case study on Buganda in Uganda.
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