We’re heading West, North and East: Which ITAU Study Trip(s) do you desire to be part of?

The ICT Teachers Association of Uganda is planning study trips for members to travel together to join colleagues at the Regional Capacity Development workshops (rCDWs) up country. Many times, ICT Teachers from up country have been boarding night buses to come to Kampala to attend past CDWs at Kololo SS. This is an opportunity for members based in Kampala to also travel and visit colleagues upcountry and share with them during the regional capacity development workshops.

A 29-seater coaster / mini bus will transport the members. Therefore, the targeted number of members for each trip is 29 and the seats are being booked on first come first serve basis.

This coaster is ready to transport us during the ITAU Study Trips

The first trip will be from Kampala to Fort Portal Town, the host of the Western rCDW at Kyebambe Girls SS on 6th July, 2019.

Banner for the ITAU Western rCDW

The total transport cost is UGX 40,000 to cater for the entire trip to and fro. We shall meet and set off from Makerere University in Kampala at 7pm on Friday 5th July 2019.

Our bus will take us steadily to Fort Portal, wait for us as we attend the Workshop at Kyebambe Girls, and return us to Kampala on 6th July. According to Wikipedia, Fort Portal is a designated “Tourism city of Uganda”, and we shall also be on the look out for key sights during the trip.

Fort Portal Town

The second trip will be from Kampala to Lira Town, the host of the Northern rCDW at Dr. Obote College Boroboro on 13th July 2019.

Northern Region rCDW banner

The total transport cost is UGX 50,000 to cater for the entire trip to and fro. According to Trip Advisor, the best time to visit the intriguing and culturally rich region of Lira is during this season of June to August and December to February.

Lira Town

The Final trip will be from Kampala to Jinja ‘City’, the host of the Eastern rCDW at Busoga College Mwiri. The transport cost is UGX 20,000 to cater for the entire trip to and fro. Jinja is the source of the mighty River Nile, the world’s longest river, which winds its way from here through Sudan and Egypt to the Mediterranean – and recently, a magnificent Nile Bridge was commissioned on the Jinja – Kampala highway.

Nile bridge in Jinja

It will be a great opportunity for the members in the trip to share the experiences and network further.

More information about each of these trips please call 0776960740 as we finalize with the arrangements and trip plans.

Please let us know if you would join in on these trips through the form at trips.ictteachersug.net or https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf1KcDOtyUZXQZEr8btX292rBq4vZURRatIFwTAF0sw2eT1fA/viewform?usp=sf_link

Dont miss the memorable experience!

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