CECI Uganda

Programme officer

Community Empowerment for Creative Innovation (CECI) seeks an enthusiastic, committed, creative and innovative person to join its team as a Programme officer. The officer is expected to be dynamic, experienced, values-driven, and ready to take the lead in project management, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning (MEAL), documentation, and reporting per agreed requirements. This is a …

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Shortlist of Applicants for The Finance and Admin Officer Position

The shortlist of applicants for the Finance and Admin Officer position is out now. Interviews for the shortlisted candidates are on Friday 12th August 2022, starting at 9:00 AM EAT at CECI’s Head office at Central Cell, Appa ward, South Division, Koboko, Uganda, at the Kuwa Compound along Gbukutu-Arua Road. All candidates must bring their academic certificates, …

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Finance and Admin Officer

Community Empowerment for Creative Innovation (CECI) seeks an enthusiastic, committed, creative and innovative youth to join its team as a Finance and Admin officer. The officer is expected to be dynamic, experienced, values-driven, and ready to lead all aspects of CECI Uganda’s Finance and Administration department. This is a full-time position based in Koboko, Uganda. …

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Faiza: The School Drop-Out Turned Entrepreneur

Meet Faiza: a school drop-out turned entrepreneur at 22! Ropani Faiza, a resident of Koboko Municipality, now owns and operates a tailoring school and a mobile money business. Faiza is one of 20 youth who attended CECI’s Watson Basecamp in March 2022. The design thinking and GALS training assisted her in developing an innovative business …

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Born blind: Iyete Majuma is a joy to her mother

Born blind, Iyete Majuma is a joy to her mother. Iyete is a 6-year-old girl with total visual impairment born to a Congolese refugee family in Uganda’s Lobule Refugee Settlement. She is the 3rd child of Atayi Mauzu, a 45-year-old single mother and the head of a family of six.  Majuma’s condition has been medically proven …

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Annual Report of the Saving Lives Now and Future Project 2021

 A report on refugee-led peacebuilding initiatives strengthening local structures to increase peaceful coexistence by engaging refugees and host communities in Bidibidi Refugee Settlement, Uganda. Learn how the project has strengthened local peace structures, reduced tensions and encouraged dialogue, empowered the neediest women to tackle trauma and rebuild their livelihoods, and promoted community-led prevention of COVID-19

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REPORT: Reconstitution and Induction of the Board of Directors of the Community Empowerment for Creative Innovation (CECI UGANDA)

This report provides information about the processes and procedures undertaken during the reconstitution and induction of the board of directors of Community Empowerment for Creative Innovation (CECI UGANDA). It presents a rationale for the reconstitution of the board and discusses the processes and strategies partaken in the restructuring of the board and recruitment of board …

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From a Trauma Survivor to Owning A Business: The Journey of Sarah Ajonye

In Bidibidi Refugee Settlement, 17,651 refugee women are persons with special needs with more than one quarter classified as most vulnerable. This was the case for Sarah Ajoney five months ago when she learned about the Sawa Le Salaam Project. Now, Sarah owns a small business.  Ajonye, aged 20, is an orphan and a trauma …

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Music for Peace

CECI is shooting a music video for the ‘Sawa Le Salaam’ peace song! The Arabic phrase ‘Sawa Le Salaam’ is loosely translated to mean “Together for Peace.” This multilingual song promotes peaceful coexistence and reconciliation by advocating for love, unity, peaceful sharing of resources, and peaceful conflict resolution among and between the grieved and divided …

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