Eunice Apio launches novel at the Uganda Museum


Eunice Apio, human rights activist and the Executive Director of CHIBOW partner organisation, FAPAD, has launched her first novel in a prestigious event at the Uganda Museum.

Her novel, Zura Maids, explores the experiences of victims of human trafficking, via the story of a young refugee girl taken from a refugee camp. It is through this narrative that Eunice Apio explores solutions, encouraging the reader to take this journey too.

Apio’s novel is published in conjunction with a Femrite project, CKU Writing Caravan.

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