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Kampala City & Omiito Village-Kumi District
I am a graduate from Makerere University, Kampala (Uganda) with a Bachelors degree Arts in Arts (Communication Skills and English Language Studies. My capacity as a human resource has been greatly enforced through interactions with people and learning on job (practically). My dream is to acquire a Masters degree (related to Development Communication) and hopefully a PHD (related to International Relations) on scholarship. I love also the French and Kiswahili Languages, wonder when I shall learn them! For over five years, I have been practicing social work.
I love having quality time while listening to country music. Country music is my thing. I am reminded of my times at University, I usually went to the library when I needed a text book/to do research or if it was night time-thus this is the time I did private reading-otherwise, it had to be group discussions. Time for group discussions, I was good at convincing my group members to have the discussion out doors-members who would in turn force me to lead the discussion-why? Because I would begin looking at the sky, trees, flowers, people passing by, or touching the grass…Nature refreshes.
Young people and Workers rights are two independent pertinent issues that are my greatest passion-which also explains the founding of the Intercultural Development Agency (IDA) under which this community tourism project is part. Everyone is special with a potential to offer something noble for the common good of humanity.
Children cheer me up. I also love crafts-at least 6 out of 7 days of the week, will you find me wearing crafts i.e. jewelry, shoes or hand bag or all. I don’t like clothes that much.
Some people say I am multi-skilled. I say people have greatly contributed in helping me discover apart of me. I am persistent when it comes to pursuing my vision. I believe that the long voluntary service I have been in has also played a lot. For instance I have volunteered as a Speaker for students and also institutions dealing with issues on policy-HIV/AIDS and Reproductive Health-Refugees-Youth-Work camps-Workers rights-data entry; this doesn’t mean that I know it all because there is always something new to learn.
And by the way, to be tortured is giving me a job that does not involve meeting new people, traveling, the computer and internet. I also like tasks that challenge me so that a new technical skill is learnt from a mistake made!
Did I tell you I am also shy when studying a new environment?
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