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MTN Uganda unveils ICT lab at Kabale Preparatory School

Kabale, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Kabale Preparatory School in Kabale District has benefited from a fully equipped computer lab as part of the MTN Uganda Foundation’s efforts to boost information and communication technologies in schools and communities. The facility comes with 10 computers, a 24-hour power backup and one-year free …

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MTN Uganda donates e-waste to MUK’s CEDAT for recycling

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | MTN Uganda on Tuesday donated e-waste worth UGX 20 million to Makerere University College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology for recycling, reuse and dispose of responsibly. The donation amounting to 390 items includes 166 monitors, 134 desktops, and 90 laptops and shall be revamped …

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MTN supports vocational skills development

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | On Feb.23, MTN Uganda-sponsored Smart Girls Foundation passed out 20 girls with vocational skills in the inaugural graduation ceremony held at the MTN Girls with Tools Skilling Centre in Wakiso District. This comes seven months since MTN Foundation launched a training facility at the Smart …

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MTN Foundation programme receives 410 youths

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | MTN Uganda’s corporate social responsibility arm, MTN Foundation, has welcomed 410 youths in the inaugural cohort of the MTN ACE initiative meant to sharpen skills of fresh graduates, those in and out of school, innovators, entrepreneurs and tech-driven start-ups to become self-reliant and contribute to …

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MTN’s bicycle race sheds light on high sexual abuse in Nwoya district

Nwoya, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Authorities in Nwoya district want more sensitization drives in relation to ending teenage pregnancy. During Sunday’s MTN Uganda’s sponosred Acholi Heritage Bicycle Race at Anaka Town Council, local leaders used the race to raise awareness on the increasing sexual abuse, especially among the youths. Records …

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