Season greetings to you all our followers, our supporters, my fellow staff members and the innovators under my mentorship. This year, 2021, has been an extra ordinary year for us all. Certainly, better than most, we, at CPAR Uganda, have done well, considering.
On behalf of CPAR Uganda, I would like to thank you all for whatever you did in 2021 to bring good repute to our organisation; and to support our work. We continue innovating against poverty and contributing to the greater good of our communities, most especially for those that are less advantaged in our immediate family, in our villages, in our clans, and in our other circles.
It is our tradition here in Uganda to take a well-deserved and much needed break in December for the Christmas Holidays. Thus, our CPAR Uganda offices will officially close on Tuesday, 21st December 2021 and we will officially re-open on Tuesday, 4th January 2022.
Wishing you all a good rest. Enjoy your family, friends and other communities during this festive season and beyond.
I would like to end this message with these powerful words of wisdom from our Administrator, Ms. Rose Aceng: “I want to advise youth not to feel shy. The way a door opens to earn a living is given differently. All ways lead to Rome. Begin from nowhere, but you succeed in life,” extracted from her advisory which you can read more of here
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2022.Yours sincerely, Ms. Norah Owaraga, Managing Director. (Photo taken by Emmanueal Owaraga, while we were still occupying our one-room rented office in Kisugu, in Kampala).
Featured photo: Ms. Winnie Candy Abeja Amuge, CPAR Uganda Housekeeper at our Lira Learning Centre, celebrating the purchase of her bicycle at our Lira Learning Centre.