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TUMOIT CONSULTANTS BRING YOU STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, CONSULTANCY AND MARKETING SERVICES

TUMOIT CONSULTANTS BRING YOU STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, CONSULTANCY AND MARKETING SERVICES

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TUMOIT CONSULTANTS PROFILE WHO WE ARE We are a management and consulting firm that help individuals/organizations across the private, public, and social sectors see the world differently, discover opportunities they may never have imagined and achieve results, thereby creating the Change that Matters most to them.We take a consistent approach to recruiting and skills development regardless of where our people are located, so that we can quickly deliver the right team, with the right experience and expertise, to every client, anywhere.Entrepreneurs come to us to solve industry-defining challenges in: strategy, marketing, organization, operations, information technology, digital transformation and strategy, advanced analytics, transformations, sustainability, and corporate finance...
Gov’t to continue securing jobs for NYS graduates, President Kenyatta assures

Gov’t to continue securing jobs for NYS graduates, President Kenyatta assures

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GILGIL, Nakuru County, 24th April 2021 (PSCU) – President Uhuru Kenyatta has assured graduates of the National Youth Service (NYS) that the Government will continue securing jobs for them through the institution's newly unveiled electronic repository system. President Uhuru Kenyatta salutes a march past by the National Youth Service (NYS)  recruits  during their Passing-Out parade at NYS College, Gilgil, Nakuru County. The President said the technology enabled tracking and repository system will make it easier for employers from both the public and private sectors to source employees from NYS. Meanwhile, the President noted that NYS graduates are steadily being absorbed into the Kenya Defence Forces, National Police Service and other uniformed services and instructed the institut...
President Uhuru Kenyatta is received by his host President Felix Tshisekedi of the Democratic Republic of Congo on arrival at N’djili International Airport in Kinshasa for a three-day State Visit.

President Uhuru Kenyatta is received by his host President Felix Tshisekedi of the Democratic Republic of Congo on arrival at N’djili International Airport in Kinshasa for a three-day State Visit.

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:   President Uhuru Kenyatta is received by his host President Felix Tshisekedi of the Democratic Republic of Congo on arrival at N'djili International Airport in Kinshasa for a three-day State Visit. Also present are Kenya's Cabinet Secretaries Raychelle Omamo (Foreign Affairs) and Eugene Wamalwa (Devolution) as well as the country's ambassador to DR Congo Dr George Masafu (L). :   President Uhuru Kenyatta is received by his host President Felix Tshisekedi of the Democratic Republic of Congo on arrival at N'djili International Airport in Kinshasa for a three-day State Visit President Uhuru Kenyatta and President Felix Tshisekedi of the Democratic Republic of Congo inspect a guard of honor mounted by a detachment of the Congolese military on arrival at N'djili International Airport ...
Reviewing the progress of MOH/Abbott Public Private Partnership on enhancing laboratory capacity to combat HIV/TB/Malaria-Permanent Secretary Dr Diana Atwine

Reviewing the progress of MOH/Abbott Public Private Partnership on enhancing laboratory capacity to combat HIV/TB/Malaria-Permanent Secretary Dr Diana Atwine

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With key stakeholders, @MinofHealthUG reviewed the progress of MOH/Abbott Public Private Partnership on enhancing laboratory capacity to combat HIV/TB/Malaria. The outcomes of the report give us pride in these strategic partnerships. We will now focus on mentorship at all levels, harmonizing supply chain management among multiple warehouses and strengthening quality assurance mechanisms. We thank Abbott and all partners for the support.
First Lady Margaret Kenyatta applauds nurses for role in healthcare provision

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta applauds nurses for role in healthcare provision

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NAIROBI, 8th April 2021– First Lady Margaret Kenyatta has applauded the role nurses play in promoting primary healthcare. The First Lady appreciated the sacrifices nurses make to deliver maternal and child health services especially during this COVID-19 period. Her Excellency First Lady Margaret Kenyatta making her remarks during a virtual Beyond Zero technical working group meeting. The meeting drew participants from the Ministry of Health, National Aids Control Council (NACC), National AIDS and STI Control Programme (NASCOP), development and implementing partners as well as civil society organizations “That is why we shall be appreciating nurses who have been on the frontline working during the pandemic at the Beyond Zero Summit to be held in September this year. “They have ...
Agume Robert Rwabwizi Kazo District Education Officer urges parents and teachers not to allow learners who are not in semi candidate classes to attend

Agume Robert Rwabwizi Kazo District Education Officer urges parents and teachers not to allow learners who are not in semi candidate classes to attend

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By. Katusiime Calorine Kazo District Education Officer, Agume Robert Rwabwizi has urged parents and teachers not to allow learners who are not in semi candidate classes to attend classes.The government opted for re-opening of schools to allow candidates and semi candidates to start schooling however in Kazo, DEO Robert Rwabwiizi confirms that there are teachers who started teaching learners whose classes are not yet allowed to reopen.He says that while carrying out inspections in all schools within the district, those learners who have not been allowed to attend classes were forced to return to their homes as they wait for their exact time to attend classes.
Kazo district Inspector of schools, Tumwesigye JohnBosco investigates reasons that contributed to the missing out of the pupils in the Primary Leaving Examinations.

Kazo district Inspector of schools, Tumwesigye JohnBosco investigates reasons that contributed to the missing out of the pupils in the Primary Leaving Examinations.

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By. Katusiime Calorine. In Kazo district, 2,929 primary seven candidates were registered to sit for their Primary Leaving Examinations that commenced yesterday across the country.Among the 2,929, boys were 1,426 and girls were 1,503 and were all registered to sit for their PLE exams.Kazo district Inspector of schools, Tumwesigye JohnBosco notes that they are investigating why some pupils who had registered to sit for these exams have missed them.Tumwesigye said by today, he will be with the total number of pupils that missed these exams and from there, they will investigate reasons that contributed to the missing out of the pupils in these exams.
MPs ask UNEB to avail exams to footballers

MPs ask UNEB to avail exams to footballers

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Members of Parliament have asked the Uganda National Examinations Board to arrange special exams for football players who missed them while on international duty.The legislators made this calls as they paid tribute to that Under 20 football team, the Uganda Hippos who were runners-up in the recently concluded African Cup of Nations held in Mauritania. Bugiri Municipality Mp, Hon Asuman Basalirwa who moved the motion to pay tribute said that government should reconsider and allow some of the players who missed their Ordinary Level Exams due to their participation in the tournament. Basalirwa said that Uganda which was making its debut appearance performed tremendously given it was a new entrant to the tournament.“It certainly is not a walkover for a team that was making its first...
MTN Uganda Supporting Julius to Live his Programmer Dream

MTN Uganda Supporting Julius to Live his Programmer Dream

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Many people go through life guessing what their passion is only to find out much later or resign to fate after a vain soul searching. However, when a team from the Uganda Communication Commission visited Julius Tusingwire’s primary school and offered them a computer training session, a bond between the young Asingwire and computers was made right there and then. Julius Tusingwire is one of the winners in the MTN for good campaign that was launched early 2020.Courtesy Photo. “Computers are my passion and I love using them to solve problems.” Declares a jolly Asingwire who doesn’t clearly know how he became a health practitioner. Julius Tusingwire is one of the winners in the MTN for good campaign that was launched early 2020. In this campaign, MTN Uganda sought to awaken youths to...
Government Of Uganda mourns President Magufuli

Government Of Uganda mourns President Magufuli

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We have lost a great leader and a friend of Uganda. Our deepest condolences to people of Tanzania and Africa. In the photos are touching moments with President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and the deceased. RIP H.E John Pompe Magufuli. Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni with Tanzania's President Dr John Pombe Magufuli at one of the recent functions. Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni with Tanzania's President Dr John Pombe Magufuli at one of the recent functions.
The Chinese Embassy in Uganda has offered Makerere University a second cohort of 30 scholarships to be awarded to continuing students offering various courses in the Colleges at Makerere University Main Campus for Academic Year 2020/2021.

The Chinese Embassy in Uganda has offered Makerere University a second cohort of 30 scholarships to be awarded to continuing students offering various courses in the Colleges at Makerere University Main Campus for Academic Year 2020/2021.

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The Chinese Embassy in Uganda has offered Makerere University a second cohort of 30 scholarships to be awarded to continuing students offering various courses in the Colleges at Makerere University Main Campus for Academic Year 2020/2021. These scholarships are administered by the Gender Mainstreaming Directorate, Makerere University. Eligibility Scholarship applicants should meet the following criteria: a) Should already be a student of Makerere University in their second year of studyb) Successfully completed their first year of study and has complete results (first and second semester results of first year 2019/2020 academic year.c) Should have a minimum CGPA of 2.80 and above based on 2019/2020 academic year resultsd) Student should be from a genuinely poor socio-econ...
Students petition Parliament over lecturers’ strikes

Students petition Parliament over lecturers’ strikes

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The Uganda National Students Association (UNSA) has petitioned Parliament following  the continued strike by lecturers in the nine public universities.The students led by Ezra Byakutangoza presented the petition to the Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga Tuesday, 09 March 2021 saying that Parliament needs to check government programmes in regard to students’ welfare and academics.“The lecturers have prolonged the industrial action and considering the time we wasted during Covid lockdown, the students are suffering and losing more time,” he said.Byakutangoza added that many institutions were closed and the government has encouraged electronic learning, which has ended up being for just a few that can afford.“Many students lack gadgets, data and even network for those who are upcount...
Youth key to achieving Universal Health Coverage in Africa, President Kenyatta says

Youth key to achieving Universal Health Coverage in Africa, President Kenyatta says

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NAIROBI, 8th March 2021, President Uhuru Kenyatta has appealed to African Governments to put the youth at the core of their Universal Health Coverage (UHC) programs saying young people have the energy, motivation and know-how to drive the agenda forward. President Uhuru Kenyatta takes notes during the virtual Africa Health Agenda International Conference (AHAIC21) at State House, Nairobi. “The youth are a key constituency in driving momentum towards UHC, that should not be side-lined.  We should engage with and empower our youth; giving them the knowledge and skills to take charge of their health," the President said. President Kenyatta spoke on Monday at State House, Nairobi when he delivered the opening address at this year's Africa Health Agenda International Conferenc...
Pursue leadership positions at all levels, First Lady Margaret Kenyatta encourages women

Pursue leadership positions at all levels, First Lady Margaret Kenyatta encourages women

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NAIROBI, 8 March 2021 First Lady Margaret Kenyatta has encouraged more women to actively seek elective and other positions of leadership both at national and county levels. First Lady Margaret Kenyatta delivers her remarks when she presided over virtual celebrations to mark this year’s International Women’s Day (IWD) under theme ‘Women in Leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world’. The celebrations were held at Kenya School of Government, Nairobi.  While applauding the current 23 percent representation of women in the National Assembly, the First Lady said more work needed to be done to achieve the constitutionally proposed two-thirds gender rule. Cabinet Secretary Ministry of Public Service and Gender, Prof. Margaret Kobia and her Defence Counterpar...