Miss Uganda North America Leadership Program has unveiled its 2018/19 program of activities. The list includes the 2018 beauty pageant, the 2019 Cares Tour of Uganda and an expanded 2019 LadiesFirst! Forum.
Yvonne Kushemererwa visited tourist sites in Tooro Kingdom and Jinja town, performing charity duties and discovering culture along the way. You can still catch Yvonne at the LadiesFirst! Forum this Friday!
2 months agoby missugandanorthamericaMeet @noelyneleni Noelyne Leni Alitema from Eugene, Oregon. This daughter of the West Nile Region of Uganda is interested in International Studies - specifically International Law. Noelyne borrows a lot from her upbringing in a small village to survive the challenges of living in the United States. It has also inspired her to plan on making clean water and sanitation more accessible for people in rural Uganda. "I believe educating a girl child a day can greatly improve the situation." Noelyne, welcome to the class of 2018! ... Buy your ticket at www.missugnorthamerica.com #missugandanorthamerica#Seattle2018#Seattle#OurVoicesElevated#Portland#Oregon ...
2 months agoby missugandanorthamericaMeet @juscallme_j - Jacent Nalwali Wamala from Henderson, Nevada. Jacent never has a dull day when it comes to serving her community. Born in Uganda and raised in Nevada, she works as a marriage and family therapist, juvenile detention center therapist, part time instructor at University of Nevada Las Vegas, and volunteers with Broadway in the HOOD (Helping Others Open Doors) - a non profit that helps disadvantaged youths. She is planning to get her PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy and is interested in activism and philanthropy. "I do not feel like I work a day in my life,