My dream is to become a surgeon to reduce mortality rates and improve the health standards of Uganda. There is a very low number of surgeons so many patients are not treated and others are referred to foreign hospitals that they cannot afford.
My dream job has always been to work with the civil aviation in Canada. I desire to work beyond the territories of my homeland of Uganda to further understand and learn new ideas with new people in order to expand my thinking capacity and cooperate in new environments.
With my future profession I will educate people to have strong management to influence development. We need to start on an individual level because each and every one of us is manager and the practice of management is found in every aspect of human endeavour.
I want to become a plant doctor to reach out to farmers and help solve the problems of increased pests and diseases. I want to help reduce dependency so they transform from subsistence farming to commercial farming as Uganda becomes a middle income country.
My dream job is being an IT specialist and the head of the IT department in the Uganda Revenue Authority (URA). I want to cause a positive change as a network programmer to ensure good communication, which is important for development to take place.
I would like to become the CEO of a logistics company responsible for the supply of medical equipment to health facilities in different African countries. I lost my elder brother due to an illness because we couldn’t get the best treatment for him.