The progress that we have made, since our last report, makes us happy that we took the decision to partner with the GlobalGiving Foundation and, therefore, took the first step in our Chinese proverbial journey of a thousand miles to make our dream come true to establish a long-term programme for “Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators.” We have taken some more significant steps.

We have set the dates for receiving our first cohort of 25 young adults for their first mentoring session with us. From 6th January to 1st February 2020 our first cohort will be in training. The modifications to our Lira Learning Centre, the epicentre for our mentoring programme, are near complete. Our Prof. Fred Opio Ekong Memorial Library, a crucial component of our mentoring programme, is up and running as of September 2019.

For a more detailed up-date on these achievements, read our full progress report here.

2 thoughts on “Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators Against Poverty – Update 06-10-19

  1. Thanks so much CPAR Uganda and Ms. Norah Owaraga in particular for this great program “Mentoring young adults into innovators”. I can foresee a great achievement in our greater Northern Uganda above all am happy to be part and partial of this Mentorship Program.

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