All is set for the ICT Teachers Capacity Development Workshop 2019! Here is the full program and facilitators

Preparations for the 2019 annual national ICT teachers capacity development workshop (CDW) are complete! The annual workshop, which has been organized by the ICT Teachers Association of Uganda (ITAU) in Conjunction with Kololo Senior Secondary School, starts tomorrow Monday 6th May, 2019 at 8am to Tuesday 7th May 2019 at 5pm.

ICT is a highly evolving subject and through such workshops, ICT Teachers get a chance to share new knowledge and continuously improve their skills and capacity for teaching ICT and managing ICTs in schools. The program for this year’s workshop is outlined below.

Day #1 – Monday 6th May, 2019

Time

Main Hall

Computer Lab

8: 00 – 08:30 am

Arrival and registration – [Wamusi Ivan and Nambone Jackline (Treasurer)]

08:30 – 09:00am

Welcome remarks, expectations, objectives & ground rules – [Wogisha Denis (MC)]

9: 00 – 10:00am

Assessment : Setting balanced syllabus-based examinations – [Mwondha David]

10: 00 – 10:30am

Tea Break

10: 30 – 1:00 pm

Elementary Programming : Program design with Flow Charts and Pseudo Code: A recap –

[Kalema Ayub Golooba]

Databases: Wildcards in Queries, Database Functions and Currency/Number Formats –

[Lukyamuzi Ronald] & [Musanje David]

01: 00 – 02:00pm

Lunch

02:00 – 03:00pm

ITAU : Report on progress made since last year, ongoing programs (including the concluded by elections, use of ictteachersug.net website, social

media groups, youtube channel, google classroom, bonafide membership, etc) [Kakaire Charles]

03: 00 – 06:00pm

Computer Laboratory Management: Effective Installation of N-Computing – [Dumba Stephen]

Elementary Programming: Hands on with C-Programming Activities –

[Kichui Shadrack] & [Wamusi Ivan]

06:00 – 06:30pm

Evening Tea Break , networking and resource sharing session

06: 30 – 07:30pm

Advanced WordProcessing: Drawings and Equations – Case Study of UCE 2018

Practical – [Eneku Ronald] & [Wamusi Ivan]

07:30 – 08:30pm

Supper

Day #2 – Tuesday 7th May 2019

Time

Main Hall

Computer Lab

07: 30 – 08:00am

Morning Tea

8:00 – 10:30am

Theory : Improving Grades in Theory Papers (840/1 and S850/1) [ David Matovu]

Web Design: HTML overview plus a Hands On session with Microsoft Expression Web

[Nekesa Patience], [Mukalele Rogers] & [Wambedde James]

10: 30 – 11:00am

Tea Break

11: 00 – 1:00pm

ITAU SACCO : Discussion and adoption of SACCO

Operational Policies – [Waliggo Edward (KCCA SACCO Trainer)] & [Tweheyo John]

Optional internet access time / extra practice on any of the practical topics.

01: 00 – 02:00pm

Lunch

02: 00 – 03:00pm

Presentations from partners & sponsors/ General

discussion about TMIS / UNEB eReg challenges

03:10 – 04:00pm

Impact of Student ICT Clubs in Ugandan Schools

[Wamanga Moses (KAWA)]

04:00 – 04:30pm

Speech by Guest of Honour /Patron

[Mr. Nyombi Thembo – Director RCDF]/ [Mr. Bbuye Abubaker Senior Ed. Officer MoES in charge ICT]

04:30pm-05:00pm

Certificates & Closing Ceremony [HM Kololo SS)

The CDW Facilitators

As an association, we believe in sharing knowledge to improve each other’s capacity. Every year, we identify members in our community to facilitate session of interest that year. Below are some of the facilitators for this year:

Stephen Dumba

Stephen Dumba

Stephen Dumba started out as a teacher at East Secondary School in Jinja where he barely finished a year. After a few stints in other schools in Jinja, he joined one of Jinja’s finest internet cafes as a surf assistant.
He later started his own secretarial bureau in Nabbingo where his IT skills in caught the attention of schools around. He is a self-taught computer repair technician which skill earned him a job at St. Peter’s SSS Nsambya in 2010 as a Computer Lab attendant. His background as a teacher earned him a teaching slot in the same school where he diligently served for 6 years.
He left St. Peter’s to concentrate on his businesses; E-zone Internet Café, E-zone School of Computing and now Geek Village. Stephen has offered IT support to schools including but not limited to St. Mary’s High School, Bunamwaya, Makerere College, Trinity College Nabbingo, St. Aloysious Ss Nabbingo, Lowell Girls, Kitende SS, Nakalama SS e.t.c.
Stephen Dumba will be handling Computer Lab management at this year’s cdw2019 where he will share his experiences, insights and tips that he has gathered over the years.

Kichui Shadrack Enock

Kichui Shadrack Enock

Mr. Kichui Shadrack Enock holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science – Makerere University. He is an ICT instructor with over 15 years of experience. He has taught several schools, including former Progressive SS. Bweyogerere, Seeta HIGH school Main, Seeta HIGH school Mukono, S. t. Janan SS Bombo, St.  Balikuddembe Kisoga, etc. His record making good results is immense! Mr. Kichui has also been invited as a resourceful ICT instructor in various schools in Uganda.
He is the author of Direct to Points in Computer books, the books that have been appreciated countrywide in all secondary schools, colleges, and other high institutions, including universities. Given the gap to be covered, he is now researching to write simplified books in most programming languages which will set a pace to all ICT trainees around our continent.

In this CDW, Mr. Kichui will introduce programming in C, the recommended language by UNEB, covering:
☑Print a line in C
☑To make a simple program to calculate give a formula such as area of a circle, area of a square, etc. 
☑How to teach programming to students. 
☑Boundaries of elementary programming.

David Matovu

David Matovu K.  Is a seasoned registered teacher of ICT and Computer Studies. He is mainly in tertiary Education with a touch of secondary studies at Mpoma Girls School. Has got vast experience in Assessment and has participated in lots of Curriculum reviews and development in ICT and Computer Studies. In this CDW, David is to handle: a session on Improving Grades in Theory Papers – P840/1 and S850/1″

Kalema Ayub Golooba

Mr. Kalema Ayub Golooba is a vastly experienced trainer engaged as lead ICT trainer for educators (Teachers, Headteachers and Tutors), in several workshops, including ICT Retooling workshops. He is also an inspirational speaker, regularly engaged by a number of schools, universities and Non Government Organizations (NGOs) to highlight and demonstrate the potentials and application of ICT in Education. Mr. Ayub has a lot of experiences and lessons to share especially from the several international workshops, trainings and conferences he has attended over the past year. Notable among them is ILEP 2018 and the ICT in Education Workshop in Cambodia.   Mr. Ayub has been a lead trainer of National ICT Retooling workshops over the years and during this years CDW, he will facilitate a session on elementary programming: Algorithm Design (using Pseudo Code and Flow Charts).

Mukalele Rogers

Mr. Mukalele Rogers is a multi-skilled and proactive Information Technologies Specialist that has established a track record of competence in providing services concerning Computer Training, Web development, Programming, System Administration, Database Management, Networking and ICTs in general. He has taught Computer Studies and ICT since 2009 in a many schools across the country, and authored 5 academic books for these subjects. He is the Web host manager at CENTER4WEBPRESENCE.COM and the founder of Sharebility Uganda Initiative. During this CDW, Mr. Mukalele will be leading a practical session about the use of Expression Web software for Web Design at UCE.

Patience Nekesa

Ms Patience Nekesa, is a graduate from Makerere University holding a Post-Graduate Diploma in Education and a Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology. Her teaching subjects are Computer Studies (ICT) and Physical Education. Nekesa is the Director of Media Minute Uganda, Founder of Design for Women Foundation Africa and the host of Website Camp Kampala, a charity event where NGOs are teamed up with professional website developers to give them an online presence kick start.   She has over 10  years of experience in Computer Programming, Information Systems Development and Implementation.Web and Mobile Applications Development Experience with LMS and CMS, Php, HTML5, XML, MySQL, JavaScript, CSS, Bootstrap, Joomla, WordPress, and SQL.

During this CDW, Nekesa will co-facilitate the Web Design session together with Mr. Mukalele Rogers and Mr. Wambedde James

Mwonda David

Mr. Mwonda David, a veteran teacher of Computer Studies will facilitate the session on assessment. Mr. Mwonda is greatly experienced in this area, and is one of the pioneer teachers of the O Level Computer Studies way back in the early 2000s. He is currently teaching at Kings College Buddo. He will put emphasis on why teachers should always set standard, syllabus–aligned examination questions. Syllabus books and Sample Past Papers will be needed to aid this highly interactive session, and Mr. Mwonda is requesting the members to come along with  their sample regional MOCK past exams, copies of which will be printed. and shared with the members during the discussions.

Ronald Eneku

Ronald Eneku

Ronald began the IT journey as technician for both software and hardware with Second life Uganda, Ujaja, pc World, and a help desk technician to public service registry office then tought Computer in an NGO called Health Child Uganda. The journey of teaching started out as a S. 1- S. 2 teacher which later graduated to Head of ICT Department and training all other classes because oy good work and result oriented at Uphill College Mbuya in Nakawa where I have tought for now 9 years. After I joined Our lady of Africa Namilyago as a support assistant and lab technician for one year. He then joined Progressive Secondary School Kitintale.Later started his own businesses both within Kampala and Soroti in where I deal. In events management with his IT skills also ventured in Printing and Designing. He is a self-styled taught computer repair technician which skill earned him a jobs in both teaching and repairing. His background as a teacher earned him another job at St Julian High school Seeta campus as the

Lukyamuzi Ronald

Lukyamuzi Ronald is the current National Vice Chairperson of ITAU. He holds a first class Bachelors of Laws from Islamic University In Uganda Kampala Campus. He has been teaching ICT and Computer Studies for the past five years. He is currently attached to Nakanyonyi Secondary School-Mukono, Lincon High School-Kabembe Mukono and Sam Iga Memorial College-Maganjo. He has proven record and experience in the field of ICT and Computer Studies. He is the founder and owner of Lone Soft Enterprises Ltd. He will be leading a session on Database Management Systems (DBMS). The session is going to be practical and will be conducted in the Computer Laboratory alongside Mr. Musanje David. The focus will be basically  on Tables, Queries, Calculated queries, Forms, Calculations in forms, Reports, Wildcards, Field Properties, Relationships and Importing a database table using Ms Excel a case study of 2018 UACE S850/2 number on databases.

Wamusi Ivan

Mr. Wamusi Ivan holds a bachelors degree in information technology from Kampala international university. He is the computer lab technician at Kololo Senior Secondary School as well as a teacher. He has a teaching experience of four years and this year he will be making 5th year in in field of teaching. During the CDW, Mr. Ivan will be co-facilitating practical sessions in the computer lab and will a key contact person to offer support whenever need arises as a teacher at the host school.

Wambedde James

Mr. Wambedde James is the Head of the ICT Department at Kololo SS, the host school. He has taught for very many years and is also passionate about photography, which he does as private work. During the CDW, Mr. Wambedde will co-facilitate the Website Design Session together with Mr. Mukalele Rogers and Nekesa Patience.

Musanje David

Musanje David holds a bachelors degree in Information Technology from Makerere
University and is currently pursuing a Postgraduate diploma in education from Kyambogo.
He is currently teaching ICT and computer studies at Kololo SS – the host school, and vision for Africa high school, International. He has also taught in other schools like , Lubiri, SS (Mengo) and Kanjuki sss. During the CDW, he will be co-facilitating a session on databases in conjunction with Mr. Lukyamuzi Ronald.

Moses Wamanga

Moses is an experienced educator with a strong background in the use of technology and capacity building to improve educational outcomes. Moses served as Head of ICT  department at St. Mary’s College Kisubi and Jinja SS. He also worked as Director of Digital Learning for  Dream Africa Schools, a project of GEMS Cambridge Schools and Varkey Foundation.  

He has designed and conducted various national and international conferences and interventions on the effective application of ICT and education technology in the classroom.  As an international Education and Resource Network Master teacher, he holds wide experience in student centered, collaborative learning activities. He also has vast experience in computer programming, networking and digital academic content creation. He serves as the national Chairman of KAWA, a community-based teachers’ organization that delivers digital content and Continuous Professional development courses in partnership with the Makerere University Business School and the Ugandan Ministry of Education and Sports.  He is a Senior Education Specialist for Opportunity International Education Quality Department in Uganda.
During the CDW, Moses will share on the importance of Student ICT clubs in schools, and about a UCC supported a ICT Clubs pilot scheme being implemented by KAWA on the same.

Chole Richard

Chole Richard is an advocate and passionate practitioner of best practices and integration of ICT in education. He is a Secondary School teacher and Master Teacher of International Education Resource Network (iEARN) where he facilitates a students’ global collaborative learning project, Envision My Ideal World. He worked for ten years as an educator with Adobe Youth Voices, an international learner driven purposeful multimedia production program for teenagers using concepts of project-based learning under local patronage of SchoolNet Uganda. He is a Microsoft Innovative Educator, emerging one of 18 best in (MIA) Microsoft Forum for Middle East and Africa in 2012. He is very much inclined to engaging students in inter-disciplinary learning through purposeful multimedia creation. He has participated and presented at several international conferences dedicated to promotion of ICT in Education and Development. He is an associate member of Kisubi Associated Writers Agency (KAWA), and will co-facilitate the ICT Clubs session together with Moses Wamanga, ans also help in the general workshop evaluation and reporting.

Tweheyo Johnbaptist Edward

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Edward is an ICT Teacher at Kibanda secondary school. He is currently serving as the Chairperson of ITAU Western Region. Mr. Tweheyo has great experience in operations of Savings and Credit Societies (SACCOs) and will co-facilitate a session on the ITAU SACCO together with Mr. Waliggo Edward, a KCCA officer who has been invited to train the members of the ITAU SACCO.

Nambone Jackline

Nambone Jackline is an ICT Teacher at Emmanuel College, Kazo. She is currently serving as the national Treasurer of the ICT Teachers Association of Uganda. During the CDW, she will be incharge of the registration and finance issues.

Kakaire Charles

Mr. Kakaire is an ICT Teacher and Director of Studies at Busoga College, Mwiri. He is the current chairperson of the ICT Teachers Association of Uganda.

As an association, we have made great progress since inception last year, first by conducting elections for the pioneer executive committee (details attached), registering our association constitution with URSB and formation of the ITAU SACCO. Currently about 400 members have registered with us, in addition to over a thousand contacts in the ITAU chat groups and mailing lists.

Mr. Kakaire will give a report on progress made since last year, ongoing programs, and the way forward for the association.

Patron and Guests of Honor

Mr. Buyye Abubaker – Patron

Mr. Buyye Abubaker

During thier previous executive meeting, the ITAU executives set out to identify a patron. Several suggestions were brought forward, but finally we chose to contact Mr. Buyye Abubaker, the ICT Desk Officer / Senior Education Officer at Ministry of Education and Sports.

Mr. Buyye coordinates all ICT issues at the ministry of education, and has been involved in many programs regarding retooling of ICT Teachers in the past.

Mr. Bbuye (2nd Right), Ayub Kalema Golooba (Lead Facilitator, MoEs/UCC ICT Retooling Workshop 2014) (Right) with other officials during a visit to Kololo SSS Computer Lab, 2014
Mr. Buyye (Right) tallking to ICT Teachers in a Past Retooling Workshop at Kololo SS

Mr. Nyombi Thembo – Guest of Honor

Mr. George William Nyombi Thembo

We have extended our invitaton to Mr. Nyombi Thembo, the Director RCDF, to be the guest of honor during the closing ceremony on Tuesday.

Uganda Communications Commission through the RCDF department, has been done alot to support for the various ICT Teachers retooling workshop in the past years in addition to the various ICT support programs going on in schools across the country.

See you Tomorrow!

Over 200 ICT Teachers from the entire country have registered to attend this years workshop. The following is a list of those who registered through the link cdw.ictteachersug.net, plus many more who confirmed through phone calls

No

Name

Address

Residential Status

1

Alele Ronald

Warr girls ss

Commutter

2

Asiku

Nyarilo SS

Commutter

3

Bahemuka Edward

CHRIST SCHOOL BUNDIBUGYO. P.O. Box 1141 BUNDIBUGYO

Commutter

4

Bayo Tom

Warr Girls ss ,15 Zombo district

Commutter

5

Bwiire Patrick

Kitara Model S S/Masindi

Commutter

6

Ekodeuh Maurice Opolot

Bishop Cipriano KIhangire SS

Commutter

7

Kabunga Elvis

Wakiso

Commutter

8

Kayanja Brian

London HIGH SCHOOL. RUBAGA Kampala

Commutter

9

Kirabira Paul

Commutter

10

Kyasanku Alex

Mbogo College School

Commutter

11

Lapeko Beatrice

Nakyenyi secondary school lwengo

Commutter

12

Lugwana Benedict

SEMU M. MUWANGUZI MEM. sEC. sCHOOL

Commutter

13

Mabiriizi Noah

Seeta Secondary School

Commutter

14

Mugisha Gilbert

Sonshine Christian high school

Commutter

15

Mutinda Herbert

Rines secondary school

Commutter

16

Muzaya Peter

St Lucia H/S Fortpotol

Commutter

17

Mwaka Moses Evans

Ibun masood h/s makindye

Commutter

18

Nabulya Josephine

Trinity College Nabbingo

Commutter

19

Nabunje Sarah

Nabbigo

Commutter

20

Nakawungu Asia

Bweyogerere secondary school

Commutter

21

Nalubwama Fatuma

Kinawa high shool kawempe

Commutter

22

Namata Shakirah

Mpigi mixed secondary school

Commutter

23

Namatovu Caroline

St. Peter’s sss nsambya

Commutter

24

Nandago Noeline

HOLY FAMILY SECONDARY SCHOOL KALUNGU

Commutter

25

Nangonzi Allen

Progressive s.s.kitintale

Commutter

26

Nassazi Juliet

Mpenja ss- Gomba

Commutter

27

Njala Charles Lwanga

St. Henry’s College Kitovu

Commutter

28

Nkata Brian

MAKERERE UNIVERSITY
KAMPALA UGANDA

Commutter

29

Obua Timothy David

Kaabong ss

Commutter

30

Odaga Wilfred

Uringi Sec School P.O.Box,11Nebbi(U)

Commutter

31

Odupe Titus

KAKIRA SECONDARY SCHOOL

Commutter

32

Okello Onek Emmanuel

Praise integrated High school mpererwe

Commutter

33

Okwera James

Kitgum Core Primary Teacher’s College

Commutter

34

Owegngom Gabriel


Kabanyolo

Commutter

35

Patience Nekesa

Kampala

Commutter

36

Rashiidah Nanyanga

Taibah International School

Commutter

37

Ronald Eneku

Progressive secondary school Kitintale

Commutter

38

Sadik Sebi

Kochi Sec. School – Koboko(U)

Commutter

39

Sebwato Nicholaa

St Andrew Kaggwa Gombe High School

Commutter

40

Senda Samuel

Watoto Schools (Hope Senior School, Laminadera)

Commutter

41

Sr Rose Kugonza

St balikudembe sss Kisoga

Commutter

42

Ssembatya Ivan

ST. GONZAGA S.S

Commutter

43

Ssemuwemba Mike

Mpigi

Commutter

44

Sserunjabwa Richard

Mwereerwe SS,Box 87,Bombo

Commutter

45

Tongirwe Ruth

Progressive senior sec sch

Commutter

46

Tumuhimbise Augustine

PO BOX 05
Kyamatess PO BOX 05 Ntungamo

Commutter

47

Tusuubira Ayub

Gayaza

Commutter

48

Tuyambaze Julius

Kisoro vision s s

Commutter

49

Waddimba Deogratius

Sir Apollo Kaggwa SS Mukono
P. O. Box 471, Mukono.
[email protected]

Commutter

50

Walusonzi Patrick Moses

KAKIRA SECONDARY SCHOOL

Commutter

51

Abanya Kenneth

Mentor Secondary School, Lira

Resident

52

Adongo Immaculate

Acaba S.S

Resident

53

Agoya David

Amuria high school

Resident

54

Ajak John

Biyaya Secondary School/ P.O.Box 73, Adjumani District

Resident

55

Akol Francis

John Paul Secondary School – chelekura P.O. BOX 110 Pallisa

Resident

56

Anguyo Andea Francis

ST. PETERS SECONDARY P. O. BOX 147, MITYANA

Resident

57

Anzo Simon Peter

BIYAYA SECONDARY SCH.
P O BOX,73
ADJUMANI-UGANDA

Resident

58

Arimpa Collins

Kihanga Public Sec school

Resident

59

Arineitwe Denes

Kashenshero GSS

Resident

60

Atukwase Bruce

Kigezi College Butobere

Resident

61

Bakuku Geofrey

Bundibugyo PTC

Resident

62

Bamwite Emmanuel

ST. FRANCIS KIGULU GIRLS SECONDARY SCHOOL

Resident

63

Baryakira Roland

KYEZIMBIRE SEC. SCHOOL-ISINGIRO DISTRICT

Resident

64

Basula Anatoli

st jude BUKOTO masaka

Resident

65

Bianobwengye Africano

Bubangizi Secondary School

Resident

66

Bukare Robert Hayo

KATEREMA SS

Resident

67

Busingye Savio

Ntungamo girls’ high school

Resident

68

Buuza Angela

Magale secondary school

Resident

69

Byamugisha Oswald

Kanyabwanga sec school

Resident

70

Caroline Imede

Ngora High School

Resident

71

Ddamulira Hamuzah Hakim

white angels high school kalagala mpigi

Resident

72

Duse Abudala

Sonshine Christian high school

Resident

73

Edecu Erasmus

Kakoola High School

Resident

74

Epajja Eddie

Namataba secondary school

Resident

75

Gagai Asha

Mount Masaba high school, MBALE

Resident

76

Haayarimana Emmy

KANABA SECONDARY SCHOOL

Resident

77

Ibrahim Wasswa Nsubuga

Namulonge C.O.U .S.S-Namulonge

Resident

78

Joab Ndyomugyenyi

Rwesasi s s, kabale

Resident

79

Joseph

Kisoro

Resident

80

Kafeero Shaban

Masaka ss

Resident

81

Kagaba Cissy

Kanyabwanga s.s.s

Resident

82

Kakeeto Change

CANAAN HIGH SCHOOL- ARUA

Resident

83

Kakooza Hamudan

St Paul ss nsangi

Resident

84

Kakuru Benard

Ibanda
Pink

Resident

85

Kamiza Joel

Rock High School Tororo

Resident

86

Kanyike Simon Peter

St. Kalemba S S Villamaria

Resident

87

Karukiiko Kennedy

Kibingo Girls’ ss

Resident

88

Kasozi Brian

St Andrews matale

Resident

89

Katongole Edward

ST.FRANCIS SSS BUSUNJU- MITYANA

Resident

90

Kayemba Richard

LIA XTIAN SS KASAKA

Resident

91

Kiberu Moses

kijaguzo sss

Resident

92

Kiggwe Tonny

Nakaseke International College

Resident

93

Kirabo Julius

St.Pius Secondary School Kiziba

Resident

94

Kiwanuka Benedict

NAMIRYANGO MIXED SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

Resident

95

Kiyaga Enoch

Katalekammese modern ss

Resident

96

Kule Abisai Kafuta

Hillside college Mityana

Resident

97

Kuluse Godfrey Blastus

Kamuli Girls College

Resident

98

Kwanga Godfrey

Kibanda ss

Resident

99

Kyokunda Mackline

Combon seed sec school

Resident

100

Kyomugisha Seperiano

St.Konrad Integrated Vocational School.P.o Box 946,Kabale

Resident

101

Lubega Godfrey

Katikamu SDA Sec School

Resident

102

Mawande Daniel Paul

Katikamu SDA wobulenzi

Resident

103

Menya Masser

1618 Mbale (Budaka district)

Resident

104

Mfitumukiiza Allan

Ntungamo girls high school

Resident

105

Mudawa Charles Emmanuel

[email protected]

Resident

106

Mugaya Ameri

Universal high school kisaasi

Resident

107

Mugisa Fred

St. PETER’S SS KYENJOJO

Resident

108

Mugisha Otto

Biguli sec sch

Resident

109

Musambi Isaac

Nalango Secondary School

Resident

110

Musumba Jonathan

OurLady’s SS Kitwekyambogo,Nile High School Kiyunga

Resident

111

Mutesigensi Edson

Kibatsi High School -Rwashamaire -Ntungamo

Resident

112

Mwale Paul

Kigumba intensive p.o be box 30 kigumba

Resident

113

Nabirye Irene

Jinja Vocational Training Institute

Resident

114

Najjemba Scovia

St. Lawrence citizens High school-Horizon

Resident

115

Nakku Jackline

Mubanda ss

Resident

116

Nalumansi Juliet

St.padrepio secondary school

Resident

117

Nambuya Breanda

BUSWALE SS

Resident

118

Nantwasi Florence

St.James s.s Kyotera

Resident

119

Ngabirano Junancea

Nyaka Vocational Secondary School.

Resident

120

Niwaha Primerose

Muntuyera high school- kitunga

Resident

121

Njabire Peter

Lima eastern college

Resident

122

Nsubuga Micheal

Kaggulwe SS

Resident

123

Ocen Denish

KORO SECONDARY SCHOOL P.O BOX 227, GULU

Resident

124

Ocen Morrish

Bubinga High Idudi-Bugweri

Resident

125

Ocepa John Bosco

ELITE HIGH SCHOOL ENTEBBE

Resident

126

Odongo Joshua

Kigumba Intensive Secondary School

Resident

127

Ogentho Alfred

Uringi Sec.School

Resident

128

Ogwok Oscar Osaka

Skyland High School; P. O. Box 516, Lira

Resident

129

Okello Moses

AMOLATAR SECONDARY SCHOOL

Resident

130

Oketch Mathew

St. Francis de Sales S.S Iyolwa

Resident

131

Oketcho Jackson

Ayer seed ss

Resident

132

Okolong Sam

Bright as seeta

Resident

133

Oloa Ambrose

Fatima Aloi Comp. Girls’SS

Resident

134

Oloka Jude

Busolwe Secondary School

Resident

135

Oloto Morris

Premier secondary school,Hoima

Resident

136

Oluk

ST.THERESA SS OKUNGURO

Resident

137

Oluka John

MORULEM GIRLS SS- ABIM DISTRICT

Resident

138

Olupot Jimmy

LIGHT SECONDARY SCHOOL SOROTI

Resident

139

Opio Samuel Olwi

Arengesiep S S Nabilatuk

Resident

140

Opiro Robert

St.marys coll lacor-Amuru

Resident

141

Owiny Dennis Bro

Bishop Angelo Tarantino Memorial Secondary School, P. O. Box 727, Arua (U)

Resident

142

Pius Okello

Mentor Secondary School, Lira

Resident

143

Rev. Frair Bakubye Tonny Nguyo

Comprehensive College Kitetika

Resident

144

Rukundo. Ivan

RWEIBAARE SEC SCHOOL

Resident

145

Rumanzi

Royal Giant high school

Resident

146

Sande Caleb

Alliance High school nansana

Resident

147

Shadrack Nambuha

Buhobe secondary School

Resident

148

Sukuku Timothy

Kapchorwa Ss p.o box 114

Resident

149

Talemwa Arnold

Legacy secondary school mityana

Resident

150

Tibiita Eunice

Hands of love

Resident

151

Tuhirirwe Mackenzie

Nyaka Vocational Secondary School/Naka Aids Orphans Project

Resident

152

Tweheyo Johnbaptist Edward

Kibanda ss

Resident

153

Twijukye Nicholas

St Peters SS Nyarushanje
P O Box 148, Rukungiri

Resident

154

Wafumbo Ronald

Muni girls’ ss p.o.box 208 arua

Resident

155

Wanda Solomon

Masaba ss budadiri sironko

Resident

156

Watyekele John

Bulucheke secondary school

Resident

157

Wejuli Moses

Buloba High School

Resident

158

Yiki Tonny

Koboko Town College

Resident

159

Ahimbisibwe Ivan

160

Mukeere Tonny Birungi

Mount of Olives College Kakiri

161

Tuhiriirwe Gideon

KARUGUTU SEC SCHOOL_NTOROKO

162

Twongirwe Robinson

Kabale Trinity college

This years CDW has been supported by some partners and sponsors, who are doing to be published in a subsequent post. In case of any further inquires, you can call the coordinator, on 0776960740. See you tomorrow!

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