In a bid to foster future development cooperation with Uganda, Japan International Development Cooperation Agency (JICA) will mark 30 years anniversary on 25th January.
This will be accompanied by the official launch of Uganda –Japan ex-participants alumin association that has over 1,962 members who studied and benefited from Japanese scholarship since 1968 when they started supporting Nakawa Vocational Institute to train its instructors and supporting skills development for its students and human resource sector.
Francis Omoo deputy Principal of the institute applauded Jica for the good and long term development cooperation rendered to the institute since inception and wished them brighter future and more cooperation in skilling more youth with vocational skills needed in the job market.
“We wish to extend our gratitude to Jica people for the humanitarian support especially in human resource development and supporting us with equipment that has enhanced our vocational skills courses I East Africa.We look forward to more cooperation and partnership,”Omoo said.
Through the Uganda japan ex-participants association members have extended social support such as tree planting,road safety support, constructed zebra crossing in schools, painted babies homes and supported charity activities in hospitals.
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