Tag Archives: WOUGNET

Internship spurs professional, personal growth

This past summer, over 200 Faculty of Arts students interned in Canada and around the globe, from Chennai to Cape Town, and from Paris to Panama City. Since 2002, the Faculty of Arts Internship Program has helped undergraduate students offset ...

Availing free legal services to women and youth in Uganda – Barefoot Law

Founded on the idea that Information and Communication Technologies can be leveraged to contribute to social change, Barefoot Law Uganda was initiated by a team of enthusiastic Ugandan lawyers passionate about making positive contributions to the lives of ordinary Ugandans. Mr. ...

ICT Reach – up and entreprenueral potential for youth within communities

It’s always sad to say goodbye but the time comes and you finally have to leave but how you have left is the question? Have you made any impact? Will you be remembered for anything? Or you will be taken ...

Request for input from WOUGNET Members: WOUGNET Strategic Plan 2014 – 2018

Dear Members, WOUGNET is currently reviewing its results and developing a strategy for 2014 - 2018. We are seeking your feedback to help us improve our outcomes and impact through participating in this online survey. We will be very grateful for ...

African Digital Woman Announced – Dr. Dorothy Okello of WOUGNET wins

Dr. Dorothy Okello of Kampala, Uganda is Africa’s first-ever Digital Woman of the Year, an honor bestowed upon her at an Africa ICT Days gala ceremony for the Digital Woman Award finalists that took place on 16 November in Yaoundé, ...

Professional Development Opportunity for Community Leaders – 2013

The application for the 2013 Community Solutions Program is now open. This is the third round of the Community Solutions Program<http://www.irex.org/project/community-solutions>, a professional development program for the best and brightest global community leaders working in Transparency & Accountability, Tolerance & ...

Promoting positive change for Youth through web 2.0 training and Social Media Learning Opportunities

The concept of web 2.0 are still new to many youth around the world and yet in many countries such as Uganda the largest percentage of people using Social Media are recorded largely between the age brackets of 18-24. Particularly ...

Investing in youth for stronger communities, why more efforts are needed to engage youth in development process

Young people today are essential in the development process of any nation. Investing in young people is crucial in building stronger communities and important in the process of nation building. Many national and international agencies and non-profits are focusing on ...