Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators

by CPAR Uganda Ltd
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators
Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda into Innovators

Project Report | Feb 4, 2021
Cash flows Necessary for viable Income Generation

By Norah Owaraga | Project Leader

Plenary session on Cash Flows
Plenary session on Cash Flows

From Thursday, 21st January to Saturday, 23rd January 2021, eleven young adults participated in our training session on cash flows for income generation; a sub-session of Module 4: Initiating and Sustaining Innovations for Positive Change in Rural Uganda of our Mentoring Young Adults into Innovators against Poverty project.

We learnt and practiced how to develop a cash flow for income generating projects from start to finish. Our young innovators who participated in the training committed that they would use their new knowledge and skills as follows, in their words:

  • Start a new business of fattening cows (livestock)
  • Improve running of my existing shoe business
  • Apply it to my existing Art and Design Project
  • Plan for a poultry business, specifically determining how successful it will be before starting.
  • Use it in my business of selling second hand clothes and also for my simsim (sesame) production business.
  • Implement my existing business of money lending
  • Monitor my existing retail shop business; and to start a new business of produce or poultry.
  • Introduce the cash flow in my existing hair salon business; and also use the knowledge in a new business I am planning to start up in September.
  • Apply it my existing IT Business as I plan to expand it – I am looking at incorporating sales of computers and accessories.
  • Develop a cash flow for my existing shoe business

 The training materials were developed by Ms. Norah Owaraga, our Managing Director; and she facilitated this our first training session on cash flows for income generation. The training was a hands-on, practical and delivered in a manner that encouraged maximum participation of each and every participant.

We had plenary sessions, exercises in pairs, exercises in small groups, and exercises individually

The training session was held at our fabulously spacious and serene learning centre in Lira; a very ideal centre, especially so in these days of the coronavirus pandemic.

Thank you to our donors for without your financial and other support we would not have this privilege of contributing towards nurturing the next leaders of our communities.

Doing exercises in pairs at Training on Cash Flows
Doing exercises in pairs at Training on Cash Flows
Doing exercises in pairs at Training on Cash Flows
Doing exercises in pairs at Training on Cash Flows
Doing exercise individually at cash flows training
Doing exercise individually at cash flows training
Supporting each other at Cash Flows Training
Supporting each other at Cash Flows Training
Hands on practical training on cash flows
Hands on practical training on cash flows
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Nov 24, 2020
Optimistically Planning Post-COVID-19 Recovery

By Norah Owaraga | Project Leader

Jul 26, 2020
COVID-19 Inspired Us to Innovate Even Better

By Norah Owaraga | Project Leader

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CPAR Uganda Ltd

Location: Entebbe - Uganda
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Twitter: @CPARUGANDA
Project Leader:
Norah Owaraga
Entebbe , Uganda

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