Why did this Ugandan man live as a woman for a week?
Dismayed by the gender inequality he was witnessing in his community, Ugandan social worker Samuel Woira embarked on a social experiment.
For one week, under the guidance of several female 'instructors', he undertook domestic chores, observed the traditional custom of kneeling before elders, and even wore a wig.
He speaks to Focus on Africa's Akwasi Sarpong about the experience, and whether he achieved his aim of changing people's attitudes.
(Photo: Ugandan social worker Samuel Woira. Credit: Courtesy of Samuel Woira.)