Yesterday, members of the Young Water Professionals in Uganda embarked on a two day capacity building member’s workshop.
The masterclass, first of the kind with other similar events to follow focused on;
•Professionalism in proposal writing
•Basics in proposl writing
•Practical experiences in proposal writing
•Presentation skills among others
The training is in line with the YWP action plan and is aimed at imparting knowledge and skills among the future sector leaders.
Day 1 facilitators Dr. Martin Kalibala and Eng Mahmood Lutaaya, inspired the participants with a cocktail of skills and encouraged them to develop a reading culture.
The trainings’ and other activities lined up are designed to help members improve their skills, apply the skills at their jobs, identify and apply for opportunities for the betterment of the water and sanitation sector.
With the IWA Intermittent Water Supply Conference (IWS 2019) and the African Water Association Congress (AFWA 2020) around the corner, the members vowed to actively participate in the conferences, write papers and make use of other opportunities that will arise both on the local and International scene.
The team, will also later discuss the future of the water sector and the club with the patron DMD Finance and Corporate Strategy Mrs Sylvia Muheirwe Alinaitwe
*Quotes ofq the day*
• “We cant attain perfection if we don’t practice. ” Prof Lutaaya
•”It doesn’t matter how you start, but how you finish. Never give up” Dr. Kalibala
The Master class is one of the many lined up for Young Water Professionals across the country,” Kirsten Iwa Arlinda Ibrahimllari