It is really a great pleasure to be part of the innovators team, who are benefiting from the CPAR Uganda “Mentoring Young Adults into Innovators against Poverty” project. When I got introduced to CPAR Uganda I became more courageous after attending training on the cash flow. It made me learn a lot and also helped me to improve on my savings, money discipline and recording in my business.

Adoch Dorah Komakech at her hair salon at Uhuru Bar in Lira City. Whereas, she lives in Kakoge A in Ojwina Division in Lira City, her ancestral village is Bobi Central in Kitugum-Matidi Sub-County in Cwaa East County in Kitgum District. She holds a Diploma in Law from the Law Development Centre, Kampala.

From the Managing Director’s field visit to me at my salon and to our home with me and my parents, I gained a lot of confidence and communication skills; and also interpersonal skills. I am looking forward to more of those field visits and working for the betterment of our community, most especially the disadvantaged unemployed educated youth.

By Adoch Dorah Komakech, Innovator

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