The Alumni of Windle Trust Uganda includes DAFI students, other donors of Windle Trust Uganda and Windle Trust International students. These are beneficiaries over the last 15 years(1996 – 2011).
Anyiri Caroline 25yrs old Sudanese, studied and completed a degree in BA Procurement and Logistics at Nkumba University. In 2008 before she was awarded scholarship, her father wanted to marry her off forcefully, with the aim of getting bride wealth off her before he died. She was forced to run away from her family in Kyangwali settlement to Kiryandongo settlement to live with her brother until the UNHCR and OPM offices intervened. The DAFI scholarship came as a blessing to help her realize her potential. Anyiri was the Chair person of DAFI club in Nkumba University in 2010.
Old students Annet Jogo and Andrua Grace former DAFI Students in Uganda . Annete Jogo, a Master Degree holder from UK, having a family, does not indicate a setback in her studies, she is very happy to go back for Masters even after having children, and being married. According to her interview with Grace Andrua, the world has become a global village, where people work hard for better opportunities. Annet encourages her fellow colleagues to take education seriously, because it is the key to success, and no matter what, women can be able to go back to school even after having children, she said this because according to cultural concepts in her country, Southern Sudan, women are looked at as a source of wealth ,bride price or dowry (Kasurubed). And said artistically that if there is chance in the DAFI scholarship scheme for girls, her fellow ladies should take it as first priority, other than marriage. Anet after her master’s from the UK is serving her community in southern Sudanese city of Juba and she said “Long live Windle Trust, long live DAFI”.
Fifth from right close to the Germany president is our very own alumni representative Mugara Sabiti from Congo who visited Germany for a students exchange programme for two weeks, and had a chance to pose for a photograph with the federal president of Germany, his Excellency Christian Wulff Sabiti noted that he has learned a lot from his students exchange trip or Go Africa Go Germany, where he had a chance of visiting the wall of Germany, that divides former Germany in to West and East, something he had only learnt in European History.He is currently working with Windle Trust Uganda.
Immaculate Bideri Nyinamachibiri, 33 year old Congolese, is an ex-DAFI beneficiary that was supported to study a Bachelors in Business Administration 1999 – 2002. She graduated in 2007 with a second class Upper degree. Because of her good performance she was a warded a one year Masters’ scholarship by Windle Trust International to pursue a one-year Masters course in Business Finance at the University of Gloucestershire in the UK. Immaculate is now a Lecturer in the Business Administration Faculty of her former university of Bugema.
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