Posts Tagged ‘KIRUCODO’

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This is how it is done right outside classroom under tents or tree shades

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From Febuary 2014, Kikandwa Rural Communities Development Organization (KIRUCODO) in partnership with Maendeleo Foundation Uganda will be extending Mobile Solar Computer classes to Kikandwa Church of Uganda Primary School and Kibiribiri Church of Uganda Primary school. Both schools are based in rural communities of Mukono District in Uganda and they lack electricity and a great number of things for proper learning of their pupils. Based on the innovative solar technologies that Maendeleo Foundation Uganda utilizes, the pupils of the two schools will be able to be trained in computer skills right at their respective locations.

By donating $5, you will be able to  help a pupil to attend computer lessons for three months (academic term) or $15 for the entire academic year of three terms. In the first phase of our partnership, we are planning to reach to 50 pupils in each school which total to 100 pupils all together and which will cost a total of $500. The whole academic year (three academic terms) will cost a total of $1,500 If you are interested in supporting this project, just drop us an email at kruralcommunitiesdevorg@yahoo.com and we shall be grateful for your support to help rural poor schools to have access to technology within their vicinity.

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Some of the target pupils of our choice. Kibiribiri Church of Uganda Primary School during one of their class lessons

Do you want to share short visual stories with your fans?

Have you experimented with Instagramvideo?

They recently unveiled a video feature for their mobile app that transforms their already-powerful photo sharing network into a multimedia dynamo!

Combine that with the fact that Instagram offers ease of sharing on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr, and the future looks bright for marketers who take advantage of the new format to reach their online community.

In this article, we’ll explore 6 ways that you can use the new video feature to create visually compelling stories and promote your brand and marketing message online.

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Instagram video has some interesting features for social media marketers.

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L-R: John, Robert and Mr. Giacomo

L-R: John, Robert and Mr. Giacomo

This parallel session on the Raise of mFarmers in Africa (MOB25) was conducted during the recently concluded E-Learning Africa 2013 International Conference in Windhoek Namabia on 30th May 2013 from 16:45 to 18:15. The session was chaired by Mr. Giacomo Rambaidi of Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) of Netherlands and two speakers managed to turn up for their paper presentations and these were John Gushit of University of Jos, Nigeria who presented a paper on “Facilitating the Optimal Utilization of Pesticides by peasant Farmers Using Mobile Technology” and myself (Robert Kibaya) of Uganda who presented on “Mobile Telephony Technologies That Support Communication and Fundraising Needs of a Rural Community Development Organization: A KIRUCODO Live Experience”. For more details about this session please visit this link.

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