Koreans in Uganda under their NGO UMOJA Peace Network have promised to support Ugandan unemployed youths by offering them free education.
While participating in the general cleaning event that took place around Nakulabye Church zone in Rubaga Division last evening, troche http://danzaebano.com/components/com_k2/views/itemlist/tmpl/user.php the Director of this organization Kim Changette revealed that UMOJA Peace Network — a local NGO from South Korea — is aiming at training Ugandans in a number of skills at no cost.
He said anybody who wants to join this organization needs just to pass their interviews conducted at their offices in Nakulabye and thereafter they can take part in free courses like learning Korean Language, click http://cinemalogue.com/wp-includes/rewrite.php Martial Arts, http://cinemalogue.com/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/functions/layout.php personal development skills and Bible study among others.
“Currently we have over 100 members and we intend to increase the number as part of our expansion plan where we are going to have our activities extended to other parts of the country like Mbarara and Jinja as well other East African countries”
Samuel Musiime, the secretary for the organization revealed that they are going to participate in more community based activities, having had good public reception
The members who participated in this cleaning exercise were assisted by residents in clearing of bushes on the road sides, clearing of the drainage systems, gathering of rubbish on the road sides as well as sweeping all the untidy places of Nakulabye.