Mr Kioko outlines the plans he has in putting the skills gained into practice
Kioko Kisuni is a free ICT beneficiary who has dreams of using the skills gained to uplift the standards of Mola Mathina support group, a support group which practices modern farming as a way of improving their livelihoods.
“I will use my skills to keep financial records, write proposals, and seek grants online among other things “says the 26 year old who is the secretary of the support group.
Mr.Kioko was among the first group of community members who have just completed the computer training course being offered at Mutomo Maarifa Centre .During this training period which ran for one and half months , the 56 community members were trained on the five basic computer packages which included Microsoft XP, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint and Information & communication (Internet ). Kindly visit this link and see the the complete analysis of the beneficiaries
Mola Mathina support group's background
Based in Kyatune Location of Mutomo District, the support Group was established in 2010 with an aim of bringing the community together and practicing modern agriculture as a way of improving members’ livelihoods. The group’s activities include green house farming, tree nursery management and goat keeping.
“We believe that everybody has knowledge, that is why we formed this group so as to use it as a learning field and learn from each other’ “says Kisilu Musya, a member
Comprising of 60 members (52 F,8 M ),the group benefited from a local green house donated by the Disaster Risk Management (DRR ) under the Catholic Diocese.DRR provided the materials while group members provided labour.DRR also gave members goats whereby each member benefited with two (2 ) goats .