African Rural University (ARU) has launched ARU Alumnae Association with applause to Epicenter managers for acting as community developers.
The ARU Alumnae Association was launched under the theme: Visionary Women leadership championing rural transformation within an African development context.
The function was held in the center for reflection hall at ARU main campus in Kagadi Town Council Kagadi District.
This was presided over by Patricia Seybold Patty the board member Assam Forest Protection Force (AFPF) who also doubles as the ARU Council board member from USA.
Addressing the members of ARU Alumnae Association, Patricia Seybold, urged them to support each other if they are to integrate their association to be more productive.
She supported ARU Alumnae Association with shs1.5Millions cash.
During the same function, Dr Mwalimu Musheshe the Vice Chancellor ARU acknowledged the voluntary work done by the ARU Alumnae Association members in their respective communities of work.
He however, encouraged them to prioritize data records while executing their work if they are to yield better results.
On behalf of ARU Alumnae members, Alinda Joy the chairperson of ARU Alumnae Association says the aim of their association is to keep them connected to each other, supporting each another among others.
Ms Alinda Joy the chairperson of ARU Alumnae Association her deputy is Ms Komugisa Alice, Ms Namutosi Doloka Secretory, Ms Kabahetere Sandra the Treasurer and three members that include Ms Atugonza Phiona, Ms Namutebi Annet and Ms Muhimbise Sarah.
The function was also witnessed by Alida Bakema one of the founders of Mustard seed trust organization, a born of Netherlands and Mr Lwanga Anthony the ARU Registrar and among other staff from ARU.