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Thank You for Giving to Support Student Interns

On behalf of CPAR Uganda Ltd, we, Prof. Christopher Garimoi Orach – Board Chair, Ms. Norah Owaraga – Managing Director and Mr. Alex B. Okello – Finance Committee Chair, extend our heartfelt gratitude to you our dear donors for your contribution through GlobalGiving of US$ 2,721 (approximately 10.4 million Uganda shillings) in support of disadvantaged student interns in Uganda. We are counting our blessings from you and so we name you one by one in order of receiving your donations:


·         Ms. Norah Owaraga

·         Ms. Carolyn Hastie

·         Mr. Stan Burkey

·         Mr. Timothy Laku

·         Mr. Alex Michael Gitahi

·         Mr. James Okoit Owaraga and Ms. Regina Lunyolo

·         Anonymous

·         Mr. Ian Docherty

·         Ms. Yvonne Lubanga

·         Ms. Grace Achom

·         Dr. Ben Jones

·         Ms. Harriet Acham

·         Mr. Benjamin Bwanika

·         Mr. Alex B. Okello

·         Mr. Nelson Ocheger

·         Mr. Jonathan Ochom

·         Dr. Rita Lake Ojok

·         Mr. Rama Omonya

·         Ms. Caroline Epodoi

·         Mr. Odong James

·         Prof. Gary Dymski

·         Mr. Kiwanuka Mulinde

·         Mr. Emmanuel Owaraga and Ms. Magloire Owaraga

·         Canadian Physicians for Aid and Relief (CPAR Canada)

·         Alinga Farms

·         Hajjat Sebyala Aphwa

·         Ms. Pamela Asire-Isukali

·         Mr. Gizaw Shibru

·         Ms. Judy Adoko

·         Prof. Christopher G. Orach

·         Mr. Barnabas Ndawula

·         Mr. Samuel Akera

·         Ms. Catherine Abbo

Your donations make it possible for us to begin establishing our project to mentor, for a start, 100 disadvantaged student interns affiliated to universities in greater northern Uganda – Karamoja, Teso, Lango, Acholi and West Nile – to gain practical work experience that will give them skills for doing administration, financial management  and fundraising for a not-for-profit organisation; skills for conducting community discussions and training to promote health, food security and income generation at household level; and for doing research, policy analysis and advocacy for better public service delivery.


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