Up coming Events Feb.-April 2017

2017 will see the Commonwealth Association-Uganda (CPAUG) host the following youth events in Uganda from February-April 2017.

  1. The Official launch of the Commonwealth Life Skills Initiative #CSKILLS4U in Mbale co-organized by the Uganda National Parental Forum -UGAPAF-Stakeholders’ Forum on National Issues from a parental perspective Parental Roles in Values Empowerment (PROVE-Uganda) that seeks to build a strong bond of society through parenting, and Bangoma Integrated Development Association-BIDA a farmers advocacy group based in Mbale. The launch will take place on 10th Feb. 2017 starting at 9am-1245pm @UMU-Mbale Campus. Focus is on the youth and Uganda’s middle income status 2020 vis-a-vis Uganda VISION 2040.
  2. The  3rd NMS Health Lecture dubbed “the Population & Health Youth Summit” to be held in Kabale at St. Mary’s College on 10th March 2017 starting at 9am -4pm with a Parents/Teachers Session and a students summit.
  3. The Commonwealth Peace Week 2017 to celebrate the 2017 Commonwealth Day starting from 13th-18th March 2017 in Uganda. This years theme is “A Peace-building Commonwealth: Promoting SDG 16.”
  4. The Commonwealth Life Skills Youth Camp 2017 for secondary, university and other tertiary institutions students on 7th-8th April 2017 in Mbale at Nkoma SSS-Mbale district starting t 9am-5pm each day. Focus is on the youth and Uganda’s middle income status 2020 vis-a-vis Uganda VISION 2040, SDGs (UN Agenda 2030).                    For details please do contact CPAUG Secretariat Tel: 256 414-577017 Email: commonwealthrcedu@gmail.com 

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