Entrepreneur? Stock broker? Accountant? Attorney? Judge? Tell us about your dream job. Is anything standing in the way? Or, if you already have your dream job, tell us about your journey to get it.
My name is Tophel Barugahara and I am the Programs Manager – Youth Challenge-4-Change located in Hoima. I began my Community Based Organization after obtaining training from Educate!. I provide hands on-the-job training for young people for a period of three months. The fee is pocket friendly. Experience and commitment is very vital for every business. I want to a business man.
Housing Estate Manager
My name is Isemba Simon. About two years ago I started the brick making business on my father’s plot of land. It was not so lucrative at that time, but it had a boost when UPE schools were being constructed. A lot of construction companies were involved in building work. These schools approached me to supply them with bricks and this is what I did. When the construction of dispensaries at the sub-county level began, again I was the lucky one to supply most of these construction sites. Today I can comfortably cater for my daily needs and later on I think I will be able to construct a house with my earnings and my bricks. My dream job is to own a housing estate.
My name is Acar Bosco. I am the founder and CEO of BAFAGA RESOURCES, TRAINING AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP CENTRE. The services offered at the centre include; computer services alongside ICT training, stationery, paper recycling, supply soft boards to nursery schools, liquid soap, writing business plans, drawing building plans, entrepreneurship training, agricultural advisory services, electronics repair, and phone charging. Locate in Amwa Trading Centre, 6KM Kamdini Gulu Road. My dream is to be a social entrepreneur.
My future plan is to produce passion fruit juice.
My name is Mulabona Racheal. I grow mostly Passion Fruits which I sell at Bonnabalye market and some to retail shops for sale. I had been growing a lot of other fruits for a long time but then I expanded to Passion Fruits. I divided a piece of land where I plant Passion Fruits. Passion Fruit need a lot of attention because they are prone to pest and diseases and also heavy rains can destroy the plants. The ﬁrst time I planted Passion Fruits, I wasn’t sure whether it would yield well. It was just a trial on my part but I was happy when the garden yielded so well. I sold most of it in the market and got good proﬁts. Passion Fruits are now one of my favourite fruits that I grow. I have never regretted having tried the business because it has helped to increase my business a lot. My future plan is to produce passion fruit juice.
My name is Namuzige Shamim. Previously, I concentrated on bread making and through Educate! training, I was equipped with skills to make cakes, doughnuts and queen cakes that have increased my sales turnover. I currently supply in Namayingo, Mayuge and Terere Towns. I am proud of being an Educate! Graduate Scholar because it has helped me exploit my opportunities to the fullest. My dream job is to be a project manager for an NGO.
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