A workshop for the alumni of the Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program (IFP) in Uganda took place on October 5 – 8, 2012 at Colline Hotel in Mukono near Kampala. The workshop focused on strengthening the alumni association, mobilizing resources and exploring the idea of setting up a Savings and Credit Cooperative (SACCO) as an investment arm of the alumni association.
The Alumni Association
The alumni reaffirmed their commitment to keep the IFP Uganda Alumni Association (IFP UAA) relevant and functional after IFP ends in June 2013. They reechoed their desire to realize a just...
Project: A platform to connect Nigerian journalists with vital records and other resources for in-depth reporting.
Musikilu Mojeed learned early how journalism could effect change. In high school, he wrote about teachers taking a shortcut through a fence – an act for which students were punished. The principal took the teachers to task. Mojeed went on to earn a bachelor’s degree in communication arts at the University of Uyo. He then he went to work as a reporter in Lagos, where he worked for a series of publications befor...
Photos from 2005 Workshop in Ghana, June 2006 Research and Leadership Training Workshop at American University in Cairo, 2008 Conflict Resolution Workshop in Cuernavaca, Mexico and March 25-28, 2010 Cultivate Leadership for Social Change Meeting at Ohio University.
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