Frank Byaruhanga is a human rights activist with years of experience in community dialogues, digital communication, advocacy and digital campaigns.
He specializes in Media Relation Work, Management and Training with sufficient knowledge in Governance, Accountability, Youth-led research, Content developer, Social Media Management and documentary photography.
Frank has years of cross-cutting knowledge having worked with a number of local, national and international organizations including the Global Platform Uganda, ActionAid International Uganda, Reach A hand Uganda, Peer to Peer Uganda, World Vision Uganda, Northernews Wire, Nile special, GirlUp Uganda, Action Aid, SRHR Alliance, SEATINI, UYAHF, She Decides, UNFPA Uganda, UNYPA, Ministry of Health Uganda, Kiss condoms, Oxfarm Uganda on digital campaigns.
This is a 45minutes program that runs every Thursday and Sundays from 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm. 45minutes is sufficient for the target audience to enjoy this great program unmasking the pain and hustle that young people go through in their societies.
More than often as young people, they have great but untold stories. Sharing their life struggles and experience in an open forum is a plus for building clear policy and engagement avenues for such class of people as a vital sect of our society.
The Frank Lab show hosts people who have faced adversity tend to express more compassion toward others who are suffering. The show can make a difference in times of crisis.
The Frank Lab shows an online show, it also an alternative communication channel to help young people make informed decisions in life. It's a fun show and an educative.
As the government through Ministry of Gender draws clear action plans understanding the voice of the youth on the most topical issues from the youth side view is very important thus we will be working for an all-round inclusive youth voice project where we will be able to address the pain of the young people through experience sharing, interviews and live visit, Encourage parents out there to support, guide their children and government to take actions.
Change people’s perception of the youth as being lazy, to dig deeper into the country's situation, to address Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights issues and finally to know the needs and wants of young people in Africa and Uganda.