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IGP congratulates successful applicants

    Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT |  The IGP would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all applicants who qualified to join the police profession. They will now undergo on extensive process of molding them from civilians into professionals and dedicated officers. And their first day at the police …

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PSFU skilling Ugandans

  Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Q-sourcing, a human resourcing consulting firm, could only train 120 people annually, according to its Managing Director, Patrick Mbonye. Now, the firm is able to train 400 people annually after receiving a grant from the Private Sector Foundation Uganda in 2018. “The grant …

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Museveni launches skilling the youth in Kyotera

Kyotera, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | President Yoweri Museveni has called on the people of Kyotera and Uganda in general to embrace government’s initiative of wealth creation through commercial agriculture and the four-acre production plan so that they are able to fight household poverty. “Development does not mean wealth. Masaka …

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NSSF in capacity building drive

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Uganda’s pension fund plans to equip leadership skills to most of its employees as part of the effort to achieve a Shs20bn target in contribution by 2025. This follows graduation of 132 of its staff on Nov. 08 upon completion of the 8 month leadership …

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Sadolin Uganda trains painters

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | On Nov. 08, Sadolin Paint Uganda hosted 200 painters to a workshop in Kampala to equip their painting skills. The one day training saw the painters awarded certificates of training for their participation and painting tools in giveaways such as brushes, paint and mobile phones. …

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COMMENT: Transformative African youth

In 25 years, it will be part of the biggest workforce in the world, with more than 1.1 billion people COMMENT | Reeta Roy | A few years ago, during a conversation with young people from some of Senegal’s poorest communities, a pair of social entrepreneurs told me about projects …

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