I am a journalist, so naturally inquisitive (OK, nosy then), and I have been part of local, national and international lesbian communities and friendship groups since my teens.I have listened to the woes of my single friends, and been available to them both in person and on the phone following disastrous dates, as much as I have also been delighted to hear their euphoric gossip after a fabulous encounter.
PMC-Burundi initiated PMC’s first-ever monthly random telephone surveys to gauge listener reactions in real-time for feedback to the writers.
PMC-Burundi regularly conducts a number of interactive promotional events and has received extensive qualitative feedback from locals, including a community organizer who used Burundi is a small landlocked country in East Africa, about two-thirds the size of Switzerland with a population of about 11 million.
Today, Burundi is one of the five poorest countries in the world, and Population Institute has ranked Burundi the 4th most vulnerable state in their 2015 Demographic Vulnerability Report.
Its citizens face major economic, health, and human rights challenges every day.
From an infectious diseases perspective, malaria and HIV/AIDS are two of Burundi’s biggest health concerns.