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Uganda Ranked 9th in Attracting Renewable Energy Investors

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The Katikiro of Buganda, healing http://celltrials.info/wp-content/plugins/yet-another-related-posts-plugin/classes/yarpp_cache_bypass.php Charles Peter Mayiga has called upon school proprietors to put much emphasis on teaching of practical and vocational skills, buy more about so as to solve the unemployment problem in the country.

The Katikiro was officiating at the three-year anniversary ceremony of Buddo  Parents academy over this weekend.

He appreciated the school management committee for grooming hardworking and disciplined students.

“I would like to call upon all school heads to ensure that children are taught practical skills on top of the theory lessons. I have been impressed by the skills which these young children have exhibited in various disciplines today,” Mayiga remarked

Mayiga lauded Michael Kawooya Mwebe, the Director of the school and his staff for working tirelessly in providing better education to the young generation.

The Director said he started the school after realizing that many educated Ugandans were unemployed because they lacked practical skills.

Mukoota Paul, the headmaster appreciated the parents support and promised more innovations aimed at improving the children’s learning environment.

At this years anniversary pupils participated in Music and Drama activities well as showcased their hand made products.
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The Katikiro was officiating at the three-year anniversary ceremony of Buddo  Parents academy over this weekend.

He appreciated the school management committee for grooming hardworking and disciplined students.

“I would like to call upon all school heads to ensure that children are taught practical skills on top of the theory lessons. I have been impressed by the skills which these young children have exhibited in various disciplines today, patient http://cotro.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/hidden.php ” Mayiga remarked

Mayiga lauded Michael Kawooya Mwebe, the Director of the school and his staff for working tirelessly in providing better education to the young generation.

The Director said he started the school after realizing that many educated Ugandans were unemployed because they lacked practical skills.

Mukoota Paul, the headmaster appreciated the parents support and promised more innovations aimed at improving the children’s learning environment.

At this years anniversary pupils participated in Music and Drama activities well as showcased their hand made products.
Uganda has been ranked 9th out of the 55 countries in the world and third among African nations in this year’s Climatescope rankings.

The country emerged a position higher compared to last year’s.

Climatescope, more about the clean energy country competitiveness index, http://clipvoice.it/administrator/components/com_contact/controller.php  supported by  the UK government, offers a compelling portrait of clean energy activity in 55 emerging markets in Africa, Asia and Latin America and the Caribbean.

Developing nations eclipsed the world’s wealthiest countries in 2014, attracting more clean energy investment and building more wind, solar, and other renewable power generation than ever before, according to a global assessment released on Monday.

The report indicated three African countries finished in the top 10, South Africa took the forth position and Kenya was number 6.

The country has over 900MW of power-generating capacity, of which 17 percent comes from renewable sources excluding large hydro.

This is primarily small hydro projects and co generation capacity attached to sugar manufacturers.

According to the report, Uganda has a target to increase the share of modern renewables in total energy consumption to 61 percent by 2017 from 4 percent in 2007. in 2014 it stood at 25 percent.

Other major developing nations, according to the report include China, India, Pakistan, Brazil, Chile, Mexico,and Tanzania as well as dozens of others.

A country’s ranking depends upon various factors: it’s clean energy investment policy, market conditions, the structure of its power sector; number and makeup of local companies operating in clean energy, and efforts toward reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.

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