“After the death of my husband, I was left with the responsibility of taking care of my children, all of whom looked at me for survival.”
A sneak peek inside today's copy of the New Vision - June 8
Despite dropping out of school at an early age, Moses Kayiira found his niche in motor vehicle mechanics and innovation.
Kivejinja also urged the youth to embrace partnerships by teaming up with skilled people for better results.
"I started making liquid soap from my double-room house."
Joseph Kiyemba is an electronics technician who does radio and TV servicing.
As many as 50 youths have benefitted from Kiyemba’s startup.
The award aims at inspiring a change in mind-set among young people to regard entrepreneurship as a viable source of income.
Ten winners of the 2017 Pakasa Youth Awards organised by Vision Group have been awarded cash prizes, plaques and certificates at a colourful event held...
"Up until the age of 15, I idolized a man called Saku, then a prominent commercial farmer in Kawuku."
Prospective candidates for the Parliamentary seats for the elderly must have the minimum qualifications of a Member of Parliament,...
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