Uganda

LinkmeUg Organizes ‘WhatNext’ Event for youth.

Uganda’s Online Youth Media for career development, business and health has organized an event which asks youth, “After School, WhatNext?” focusing on career shaping and life planning happening on 2nd September 2017 at Nakawa MUBS. The event prepares young people in Uganda [from 15 years] for the direction they want their lives to take after […]

400 to graduate from UMCAT this August

  • Categories: News, Uganda
  • Posted: August 12, 2017
  • Author: linkmeUg

Over 400 students are set to graduate with diplomas and certificates in different disciplines from UMCAT School of Journalism and Mass Communication. The 11th graduation will be held on 25th August, 2017 at the Institute’s main campus located in Bukesa, Plot 2 Kyadondo road off Sir Apollo Kaggwa Road under the theme; “Championing Journalism training, […]

Channel 44’s Mukiibi Wins UMCAT Guild elections

  • Categories: News, Uganda
  • Posted: July 21, 2017
  • Author: linkmeUg

Channel 44 television sports Presenter Mukiibi Moses went against odds when he overwhelmingly won the hotly contested UMCAT School of Journalism and Mass Communication race. Mukiibi commonly known as Omugave Moses politically whacked Baganda Nkobazambogo’s veteran leader Ssemanda Wasswa Ibra who was defeated with a 25 vote difference. Speaking to our team, Mukiibi applauded all […]

LinkmeUg to highlight activities of Youth with Disability

  • Categories: News, Uganda
  • Posted: June 13, 2017
  • Author: linkmeUg

Starting June 19th 2017, LinkmeUg will highlight the lives of Youth with disability and reach out to youth without Disability on attitudes towards PWDs and challenges  faced. We shall contact the youth through NUDIPU Youth desk and expose achievements, life challenges and activities Youth with Disability are involved in within different communities. http://nudipu.org/ NUDIPU – […]

Funding for Projects on transparency and accountability

  • Categories: News, Uganda
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  • Author: linkmeUg

The Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy in Uganda announces an open competition for organizations interested in submitting applications for small grants that support our mission goal of strengthening democratic institutions and processes to allow for more accountable governance in Uganda.  Projects should aim to promote transparency and accountability in the local community, and […]

Why your CBO is not finding donors

  • Categories: News, Uganda
  • Posted: March 28, 2017
  • Author: linkmeUg

Are you a young person passionate about voluntary work and impacting your community? LinkmeUg caught up with an NGO expert in an organization that improves the well being of vulnerable people in Africa through offering technical advice to organizations mainly focusing on child rights, sexual and reproductive health and rights, women’s rights and the rights […]

Need funding for your CBO/NGO? Visit DENIVA

  • Categories: News, Uganda
  • Posted: March 22, 2017
  • Author: linkmeUg

Starting a CBO or NGO takes passion for community and the will to do voluntary work. However, with time the work needs support and the search for funds begins. LinkmeUg has interacted with young people with such dreams and are looking for a break through with funds. We caught up with Fredrick Olinga the program […]

Makerere Guild discusses University re-opening

  • Categories: News, Uganda
  • Posted: January 6, 2017
  • Author: linkmeUg

  Following the re-opening of Makerere University on January 2, 2017 after a 2 months closure, the guild president on 5th January launched the Guild Forum meeting, the first of its kind in which the Guild President and a panel of students discussed the consequences of the November 2016 Makerere University closure and aired their recommendations to […]

Disability – it’s your business too.

  • Categories: News, Uganda
  • Posted: December 15, 2016
  • Author: linkmeUg

People without physical or mental disability may have no idea or interest in issues of persons with these Disabilities. But life without proper sanitation, tools to move around and use in day to day life is the most frustrating aspect of being disabled. During the celebrations to mark the day for PWDs held at Mengo […]