It is possible to register yourself for a new edition of the marathon in 2021. The run is on Saturday 29 May 2021 in Masaka, Uganda. You can send an email to email@example.com to get more information and register yourself. You can also visit the website: www.ugandamarathon.com to get more information.
Blog: Anouk Ooms, Managing Director Africa for Knowledge for Children Drive through any National Park in Africa and you will encounter it straight away: children along the road waving at you and asking for money or candy… Fun?! Sweet?! Not, in my opinion. This is one of many ways you ..
Blog 4 Gossip and talking behind peoples back While I was in the Netherlands, I received a message of one of our team members in Uganda: “Things are not okay, I need your support and guidance when you come back.” Okay, that doesn’t sound good… Back in Uganda, it was ..
Imagine you have packed all your bags and you are ready to take off to Cameroon. There are 2 days left for you to transfer the last things to the new Country Director in Uganda. And then you get the message that she wants to stop… Aaaah, what to do ..
What would you do if your team can’t do her work? When you don’t have any control over the situation causing this and you still want to keep heading in the planned direction? I just started as the Managing Director Africa and like to share how I handle this together ..
Uganda Marathon 2017 will take place at the 4th of June. You can run 10 km, half a Marathon or a full Marathon, more information and to sign up: www.ugandamarathon.com Contact Joline Bakker: firstname.lastname@example.org
UPDATE: In January 2017, Knowledge for Children will start working with four new schools. These schools are supported by Babessi Council (Ngoketunjia division). The Council and Knowledge for Children signed a partnership agreement enabling these four new schools to join our programs. The Council and Knowledge for Children will ..
The Year Report 2015 for Uganda and Cameroon is available: Year report 2015 Knowledge for Children Uganda. Year Report 2015 Knowledge for Children Cameroon
In Juli, Ntani Divine (picture left) took over the role of Program Manager for the Community Leadership Program from Mark Losha, who is leaving Cameroon for a big challenge in the US. On the first of August Paracleta (picture middle) and Paul (picture right) will join our team as Finance ..