Sheila Mwebaze Tindi

Fifty three students from the CEES’ Department of Adult and Community Education recently received hands-on training in producing black books, papers bags and candles as part of the Entrepreneurship Skills and Microfinance Management (ACE 3212) course unit.


African Diaspora scholars have the moral responsibility to reverse brain drain to brain circulation through intellectual remittances to Africa, said Visiting Professor Ransom Lekunze from the Metropolitan University College, Denmark.  Read more

The CEES’ Department of Adult and Community Education has partnered with the University of Eastern Finland, the University of Jyvaskyla and Dodoma University in Tanzania in a project funded by the Academy of Finland. The main aim of the consortium is to gain a profound understanding of the processes of “growth into citizenship” especially in the pluralist contexts of NGO development projects.

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