May 17, 2024
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Nurture child entrepreneurs

OPINION By Michael Jjingo Our children have been home for nearly two months now and are about to return to school. However, it is not too late to give them challenges and tips that could turn them into entrepreneurs. This could include training and helping put your children’s chosen business idea into practice. There is […]

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A father’s letter to his twins as schools re-open

This article was first published in the New Vision on February 24, 2021 By Bishop Arnold Muwonge My precious daughter Nakato and my brave son, Waswa, I love you. The moment I held you in my arms, it only took me two seconds to fall completely in love with you. There was no doubt in […]

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Re-opening of schools should be top on agenda

This article was first published in the New Vision on January 27, 2021 By Ass. Prof. Mesharch Katusiimeh The National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) has warned universities and other tertiary institutions that have re-opened for all students, contrary to the government directive. President Yoweri Museveni, in October last year, cleared all institutions of learning […]

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A’level candidates: choose your university with care

This article was first published in the New Vision on January 27, 2021 Prof. Eriabu Lugujjo As Senior Six students prepare to sit for their national examinations, it is important for them to start thinking, if they have not yet done so, about the best available universities they can join. There are many institutions out […]

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We must engrave skills development at all levels

This article was first published in the New Vision on January 20, 2021 By Bishop Arnold Muwonge By some sort of miracle, one of our orphaned children at Kampala Children Centre got a high school scholarship in the US. When she was still in school in Uganda, she was not the best student in her […]

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COVID-19: Universities must embrace online teaching

This article was first published in the New Vision on January 20, 2021 Dr Emeka Akaezuwazi Close to half the country’s universities have so far been cleared to lecture and assess students online by the National Council for Higher Education, a move which is highly appreciated. However, some parents, members of the public and students […]

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Outstanding Life Of SMACK’s Br. Tinkasimire

This article was first publishd in the new Vision on January 13, 2021 By Philip Matogo “Those of us who were fortunate enough to attend the greatest secondary school in Uganda in the early 1990s can never forget our great headteacher, Br Joseph Tinkasimire. He was a wonderful mentor,” says Lt Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba, the […]

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We Need A Digitally Competent Teaching Force

This opinion was first published in the New Vision on March 31, 2021 Dr Chrysestom Muyingo Uganda is gradually coming to terms with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on all its spheres of operations. We all now get to acknowledge more than ever before that digital literacy has become a critical skill necessary for […]

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Stories We Tell Should Build, Inspire People

Bishop Arnold Muwonge When we celebrate a wedding, we love to tell the story of how we met, what happened next and how we have come this far. When our athletes win in the Olympics, we tell the story of where we have come from and who contributed to this national victory. This year, one […]

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COVID-19: We Must Prepare For More Distractions To Learning

This article was first published in the New Vision on May 26, 2021 Dr Pontian Kabeera The world has faced a rare period that certainly has involved substantial distraction. COVID-19 has put the world on its knees, forcing millions of people to change their way of life. Of course, this comes with likely possibility for […]

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