Uganda & Estonia for Digital Transformation
The Ugandan Podcast
by The Ugandan Podcast
3w ago
Uganda hosted a delegation from Estonia, our highly esteemed partners in Digital Transformation. We had a conversation with some of the members and here are the insights they had to share right here on #theugandanpodcast Our Guests include; Madis Sassiad, Business Development, GoSwift Jürgen Käsper, Business Development, Entigo Veronica Faith Nuwamanya, Uganda Administrative Assistant, NGO Mondo Connect with Ministry of ICT & National Guidance TW:⁠⁠⁠ www.twitter.com/MoICT_Ug⁠⁠ ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠FB: ⁠⁠⁠www.facebook.com/mictuganda⁠⁠⁠ IG: ⁠⁠⁠www.instagram.com/moict_ug⁠⁠⁠ YT: ⁠⁠⁠www.yo ..read more
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Uganda is hosting the EAC Business Forum alongside the 19th NAM Summit.
The Ugandan Podcast
by The Ugandan Podcast
6M ago
Join Ms. Geraldine Ssali- PS Ministry of Trade, Industry and cooperatives as she shares the fruits, expectations and investments in the forum as per Economic Growth of the Nation. She also dives into the sites and sounds of Uganda and things delegates should do while here. Connect with Ministry of ICT & National Guidance TW:⁠⁠ www.twitter.com/MoICT_Ug⁠ ⁠⁠⁠FB: ⁠⁠www.facebook.com/mictuganda⁠⁠ IG: ⁠⁠www.instagram.com/moict_ug⁠⁠ YT: ⁠⁠www.youtube.com/channel/UCnp5ryL6CT5QvB_IvItE8SA⁠⁠ Website: ⁠https://ict.go.ug ..read more
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A Summit January in Uganda- Amb. Adonia Ayebare
The Ugandan Podcast
by The Ugandan Podcast
6M ago
Permanent Representative of Uganda to the UN, Ambassador Adonia Ayebare joins Azeirwe Brandy Valentine on #TheUgandanPodcast to shine more light on the 19th NAM Summit & the Third South Summit that are happening right here in The Pearl of Africa this January! The Government of the Republic of Uganda wishes to update the general public on the status of its preparedness to host the upcoming 19th Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) and Group of 77 (G77) + China Summits, due to be held at Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort, Kampala, Uganda from 15th to 20th January 2024 and 21st to 23rd January 2024 respect ..read more
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Navigating the Marketing Landscape: Insights from Colin Asiimwe
The Ugandan Podcast
by The Ugandan Podcast
1y ago
Join us in this 25th episode of the Ugandan Podcast as we delve into the vibrant world of marketing with Colin Asiimwe, a seasoned marketer and brand strategist with over 15 years of experience spanning East Africa. Colin, an alumnus of the prestigious Reforge 2022 Fall Cohort: Marketing Strategy, shares his journey, passion, and insights from his extensive career in various sectors including telecom, finance, aviation, alcohol, petroleum, and media. In this enlightening conversation, Colin breaks down the key factors that contribute to successful marketing campaigns in the digital age, and di ..read more
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Uncovering Corruption: A Dialogue with IGG Beti Kamya Turwomwe.
The Ugandan Podcast
by The Ugandan Podcast
1y ago
In this eye-opening episode, host Rita Kanya Mujuni talks with Inspector General of Government, Beti Kamya Turwomwe, about the fight against corruption in Uganda. They discuss the recent implementation of a mandatory income and asset declaration process, the online declaration system's success, and the role of Ugandan citizens in this battle. The conversation takes a deep dive into the Karamoja iron sheets scandal, whistleblowing, and the challenges faced by the IGG in combating corruption. Listen in to learn about the steps being taken to hold leaders accountable and how every Ugandan can joi ..read more
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The State of Roads in Kampala City - Simon Kasyate
The Ugandan Podcast
by The Ugandan Podcast
1y ago
In this episode, Rita Kanya Mujuni hosts the spokesperson of Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) to discuss the progress made on the Kampala City Roads Rehabilitation Project (KCRRP). This is a Shs1.1 trillion project funded by the African Development Bank (AfDB) aimed at improving over 200 kilometers of roads in Kampala. They also discuss the challenges that KCCA faced at the start of the project and how they have managed to overcome them. The episode also explores the benefits that Ugandans can expect once the project is completed, including the introduction of a car-free day as a way of i ..read more
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The Mechanics of Comedy: A Conversation with Uncle Mo
The Ugandan Podcast
by The Ugandan Podcast
1y ago
Join host Mrs. Kanya Rita Mujuni on the Ugandan Podcast as she sits down with Moses Kiboneka, popularly known as Uncle Mo. Uncle Mo is a mechanic, comedian, and actor who has captivated Ugandan audiences with his unique brand of comedy that highlights social issues in a relatable and humorous way. In this episode, Uncle Mo shares his story of how he got into comedy and acting, and how his background as a mechanic has influenced his work. He discusses the challenges of balancing multiple talents and the importance of authenticity in his comedy. Uncle Mo also talks about the impact of his comedy ..read more
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Women in Tech: A Conversation with Isabel Odida
The Ugandan Podcast
by The Ugandan Podcast
1y ago
Join the Ugandan podcast as we wrap up their celebration of Women's Month with a special episode featuring Isabel Odida, a Peering Manager at Gcore, a self-proclaimed tech evangelist and founder of the Uganda Network Operators Group (UGNOG). In this inspiring conversation, Isabel shares her childhood dreams and how she overcame barriers in her career as a woman in tech. She also discusses the power dynamics in the tech industry and the importance of diversity and equity in the workplace. Additionally, Isabel provides insights into the creation and evolution of UGNOG and its impact on the tech ..read more
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Women in Tech: Irene & Patricia Share Their Journeys
The Ugandan Podcast
by The Ugandan Podcast
1y ago
Join Rita Kanya Mujuni as she hosts two remarkable women in the tech industry, Irene Karungi Sekitoleko and Patricia Katusiime, on the Ugandan Podcast. In this episode, they share their experiences on overcoming barriers as women in the ICT sector, the importance of diversity in the workplace, and the message they would like to send out to young Ugandan women aspiring to be in tech. The interview also includes a fun Quick Fire round, where they discuss their favorite treats and subjects that gave them a hard time in their education journey. Tune in for an insightful conversation about the chal ..read more
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From Law to Fintech: A Female CEO's Journey with Shamirah Kimbugwe
The Ugandan Podcast
by The Ugandan Podcast
1y ago
In celebration of Women's History Month, the Ugandan Podcast is highlighting women who are breaking barriers in the tech industry. Our second guest is Shamirah Kimbugwe, the CEO of Pivot Payments, a female-founded fintech company with over 15 years of experience in the industry. Join host Rita Kanya Mujuni as she speaks with Shamirah about her transition from law to fintech, the challenges she faced along the way, and the importance of female representation in the industry. Pivot Payments currently operates in Uganda, Kenya, and Dubai, making Shamirah's insights all the more valuable for entre ..read more
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