A result-oriented and self-motivated Degree Graduate capable to learn from colleagues and practical experience and capable of taking on complex challenges in assisting and consulting Beneficiary communities in drafting, planning, and implementing donor-funded projects with budgets with the aim to make a real difference in poor people’s lives.
Education Degree in Business Administration or comparable. Specialization in one or more of the following areas is an advantage: project management, procurement management, information technology.
- Client and Donor relationship management
- Drafting project plans with budgets
- Drafting Request for Funding of projects with budget
- Supervising implementation of approved project plans
- Interim reporting about status of implementation to donors and for the Tusaidiane website.
- Reporting of completed projects to donors and for the Tusaidiane website.
- Analytical and evaluation skills with strong problem-solving capability
- Critical thinking
- Organizational and communication skills
- Project management and Reporting skills
- Computer literacy
- Flexibility and ability to work in a team.
- Driver license
Mobility Project work can require trips (one or more days) over the whole of Uganda.
Reporting Consultants are reporting to the Executive Chairman of Tusaidiane Uganda.
A Junior could temporarily report to a Consultant.
CV / application to Mr. Kees Ebskamp email@example.com
A result-oriented and self-motivated individual capable to translate Beneficiary project results in readable and attractive website contributions for Sponsors, Beneficiaries, and visitors of the Tusaidiane website.
Education; Diploma or Degree in Information Technology with specialization in Computer Applications and website use.
- Website design,
- the production of content in close cooperation with the project consultants
- operational website management
- contact person to the website host
- computer literacy and use of WordPress
- strong client orientation
- strong team player
- strong communication skills
- creative thinker able to operationalise its creativity
Reporting The Web Communicator is reporting to the Website Supervisor
CV / application to Mr. Kees Ebskamp firstname.lastname@example.org
In Uganda, when you find a family with a disabled person, they call it a cursed family. Because of this stigma, many adults with disabilities end up isolated at home, or in some cases, abandoned as children hence not realizing their full potential.
Some of those children have ended up at Support Disabled Children Ggaba (SDCG) , a partner organisation of Tusaidiane in Kampala that’s helping more than 40 young people with various disabilities. SDCG believes that disability is not inability.
Director Betty Nankabirwa acknowledges that skilling children with special needs helps them become useful and productive citizens in the country hence she introduced the children to Bocca balls donated by UNAPD to help them with their rehabilitation.
Bocca has since become a favourite pastime for Alvin Waswa, a 22-year-old with cerebral palsy who is a beneficiary of the organization. “He says that maybe if he can get sponsors, and they sponsor the organisation, he can also go to Olympics,” said Nankabirwa, who interpreted for him.
Still, she noted that athletes with disabilities need a lot more resources if they are going to compete seriously. That includes more sports equipment and a disability-friendly mode of transport.
With the help of external donors, Tusaidiane supports the centre by funding the therapy activities of the children.
The KACHICA community is among one of the lucky communities to receive food relief during the second lockdown following the intervention of Tusaidiane. Mirembe Foundation and several donors through the Tusaidiane Trust contributed to the relief fund.
The food was procured from Kampala and delivered to the school where it was packed and distributed to the community. This time the Women Group (Kyabibwa Women Group) were in the driver seat of packing the food items, selecting the neediest families and distributing the food items. 280 families benefited from the relief aid. It was heaven sent relief since life has never been the same from the first lockdown.
The community was in dire need as their trade of cattle had been stopped by the government because of the foot and mouth disease.
With the KACHICA community water and the soap that was distributed, there is hope that the prevention of COVID will be carried out. The KACHICA leadership took it on to themselves to sensitize the community about the virus and wearing a mask.
KACHICA also received funds for assisting the pupils with printing materials for home learning. This has already started; so far 2 classes (P6 and P5) have received their take homework and the teachers are visiting them and assessing the homework which keeps the pupils engaged with school work and cope with the lockdown.
The KACHICA community and Tusaidiane Uganda would like to thank everyone who contributed to this noble cause.
On Friday, the 6th of August 2021, The Chairman and Administrator of the Tusaidiane Trust went to Kamuli Trading Centre in Rakai District to ultimately monitor and supervise the construction works of “Haumba Construction Services and Transporters” at Kamuli Child Care Nursery and Primary School.
The school is so beautiful! A lot of work has been done and the girl’s and boy’s dormitories are now ready. The Management, staff, and entire community of Kamuli Child Care Nursery and Primary School is grateful to the donors; Stitching Mirembe, Tusaidiane Uganda and all partners for supporting the construction of the school.
Please see a detailed report o below.
20210809 Picture Report of KACHICA Dormitories
Tusaidiane Uganda partnered with Support Disabled Children Ggaba (SDCG) to provide therapy support to the special needs children at the Centre. The support included providing funds for buying therapy equipment and paying the salaries of the physiotherapist and speech therapist.
As a result of the services given, the children are now healthier and happier with improved speech and movements.
SDCG would like to thank the donors (Ms. Marijke de De Kleijnde Vrankrijker and Mr. Kees Ebskamp together with their KSV-1961 friends of Wageningen University) for their generous contribution. They are also grateful to Tusaidiane Uganda for intervening on their behalf and coordinating the support.
Please see a detailed report below of the different activities and the children including the physiotherapy and speech therapy.
20210805 SDCG THERAPY REPORT