sale doctor http://corepr.pl/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-press-this.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>The programme commenced on November 30, price erectile http://cheesejaguar.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-upgrader-skins.php 2013 when the students, armed with cleaning tools, combed out dirt in areas surrounding UTAMU Resource Centre in Kiswa, Bugolobi.
The programme was an initiative by members of the Rotaract Club of UTAMU (RUTAMU) which was launched on the same day at the UTAMU Resource Centre in Bugolobi.
In action: UTAMU students comb out all sorts of dirt from Kiswa and Bugolobi areas
According to the UTAMU Public Relations Officer, Ms Rebecca Pearl Tumwebaze, the University is ready to support its students and staff to engage in activities that have the potential to improve Ugandan communities.
“At UTAMU, we don’t only dwell on academics. Our students are taught much more, including values of social responsibility; it is no doubt that our Rotaracts are taking this direction,” Ms Rebecca said.
The launch of RUTAMU was filled with pomp and brought several dignitaries from various Rotary clubs in and around Kampala.
Alex Tumwizere, a Bachelor of Business Administration student, was unanimously elected President of the club, while Grace Kukundakwe, a Bachelor of Information Systems and Technology student, was voted Vice President.
Students armed with cleaning utensils set out to change the community
Sarah Owembabazi and Simplisio Ariho, both Bachelor of Business Administration students, were voted Secretary and Treasurer respectively.
The four are all first year students at UTAMU.
Dr. Robert Rutaagi, the chairman of the Rotary Club of Kampala while launching RUTAMU, urged Rotaracts to use their skills and dedicate their time to transform their communities and be of service to the people in Uganda and beyond.
“Rotary is a club that brings together people who are rich at heart and yearn to bring about a positive change in their communities,” Rutaagi revealed.
The launch was attended by Rotarians Richard Masereje, Barbra Sekadde, Jeniffer Sekitoleko, Angela Ntege and Geoffrey Ayebare.
Ms Barbra Sekadde, Director Youth Service of the Rotary Club of Kampala Day-Break while giving a key note address at the launch revealed that her club had agreed to sponsor RUTAMU.
She appealed to all stakeholders to give RUTAMU all the support it deserves to soar to greater heights.
Alex Tumwizere while delivering his maiden speech at the launch, urged Rotaracts to be passionate about the club and be ready to serve the community.
Members of the newly launched Rotaract club of UTAMU pose with Rotarians Barbra Sekadde, Dr. Rutaagi and Richard Masereje
Rotaract brings together people in universities and communities worldwide to organise service activities, develop leadership and professional skills, and have fun.
Rotaract clubs are sponsored by Rotary International.