COHORT 3 GRADUATION

LEAP Cohort 3 youths are now changed citizens, empowered to succeed both economically and socially. On 8 April 2017 over 500 youth turned up to celebrate their interactive and engaging LEAP experience. After a year of leadership, entrepreneurship, workforce readiness trainings, and respective apprenticeship, the majority of them had secured a job or started a business and many were involved civically involved in their communities. This graduation was also a chance for LEAP youth to put their businesses on display. These included: shampoo-making, tailoring, book-making and branding, soap-...

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TADEO

At the height of the AIDS epidemic, Uganda was one of the worst hit countries in sub-Saharan Africa. Even as improved ARTs started to mean a near-normal life expectancies for people living with HIV/AIDS, tens of thousands of families were left reeling from the loss of livelihoods and savings; the effects of which are still seen today, some 20 years later. “When I was in primary school, my father got very, very sick,” says Tadeo, who today is 27 years old. “You wouldn’t imagine the change in him in one week – he was so weak, he couldn’t speak.” Tadeo’s father was in this condition for several...

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KOMO LEARNING CENTRE'S MODEL

Video Portray of KLC impact

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PEACE CORPS WORKSHOPS

NAWEC YC on 22 nd and 24 th June hosted a group of 32 Peace Corps volunteers; this group came to interact with people of the nearby communities. At total of 80 males and females of all ages attended and actively participated in the various discussions carried out. The first day 22 nd June was a time scheduled to carry out needs assessment of all the community people that were in attendee. The needs assessment was done according to age and gender, this way participants freely expressed themselves and gave honest information. The discussions were in four areas of Nutrition, Malaria, HIV/AIDS...

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