This Practical Business Course is needed for all those who have trouble finding jobs and need a way to earn a living.
On average 72% of Africans own their own business and the number is thought to be even higher in Uganda. With that many people working daily to get a portion of the available money, there is a great need for some basic training in business practices.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has in partnership with the Ministry of health donated 350 wheel chairs to the National Wheel Chair Committee of Uganda.
“Together We Can Make a Difference” was the theme of the Wheelchair Basic Training and Distribution held in Kampala, Uganda and the goal was to provide a way for the immobile to become mobile again.
At the request of Brazil's Ministry of Sports, around 1,000 members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Brazil are volunteering their time to help Brazil host the 2014 World Cup.
Mormons and their friends—those18 years old and older—are taking part in Brazil Volunteer, the volunteer force behind this year's World Cup and other events such as the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. They’re trained to receive visitors at airports and work at tourist sites and other popular locations during the World Cup, which lasts from June 12 through July 13.
Jinja Residents Benefit from Eye Care Project
“Save Sight Promote Education” was a recent initiative sponsored in Jinja District to help children with optical health problems. Three eye care camps were organized where consultation and treatment were given to over 800 people.
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