Morish Ogole
Agriculture
Mbarara University
Uganda
School fee per year: 6814 SEK
Year of graduation: 2023
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BACKGROUND
I have a family of a single parent (mother) who is self employed as a peasant with 8 siblings of which am the first born. In regards to my educational background, I have been in public schools from primary to upper secondary level. Being with a single parent and as a first born, I grew up with a lot of tasks of helping her to raise part of the school fees and also taking care of my siblings.
WHY
Agriculture has been and is still the backbone of Uganda and I foresaw earlier that it would be better if I help agricultural field, meaning I will be rendering help to the majority. To give me a chance of competing in the labour market as in Uganda, the available jobs are not equal to the qualified demanders. In spite of the fact that I grew up in a rural setting and seeing the outcome of agriculture, I developed love of hoping after the completion of the course I will help my community towards transformation. Seeing Uganda as an agricultural economy, my dream has been to become an extension worker to train farmers and to make sure they help themselves. Due to the flooding in the labour market, I have a dream to work with other organizations, both within and abroad pertaining my specialized skills. Seeing situations where the jobs could not be available, I dream to open up a business of my own to maintain financial stability.
INTERESTS
With the increasing changes in the economy, I wish to learn more skills, but more especially on what I can afford like starting with petty business of making liquid soap as well as bar soap. Besides my academic struggles, I am also interested in acquiring other skills like driving skills and welding if at all opportunity is granted. My major interest is to start applying practical knowledge and skills gained from class in real world especially in the field of agriculture.
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Morish Ogole
Agriculture
Mbarara University
Uganda

6814 SEK
remaining in total
school fee per year
0% of degree funded
Year of graduation: 2023
Number of years supported by Help to Help: 2
My major interest is to start applying practical knowledge and skills gained from class in real world especially in the field of agriculture.
My major interest is to start applying practical knowledge and skills gained from class in real world especially in the field of agriculture.
BACKGROUND
I have a family of a single parent (mother) who is self employed as a peasant with 8 siblings of which am the first born. In regards to my educational background, I have been in public schools from primary to upper secondary level. Being with a single parent and as a first born, I grew up with a lot of tasks of helping her to raise part of the school fees and also taking care of my siblings.
MY CHOICE OF STUDIES
Agriculture has been and is still the backbone of Uganda and I foresaw earlier that it would be better if I help agricultural field, meaning I will be rendering help to the majority. To give me a chance of competing in the labour market as in Uganda, the available jobs are not equal to the qualified demanders. In spite of the fact that I grew up in a rural setting and seeing the outcome of agriculture, I developed love of hoping after the completion of the course I will help my community towards transformation. Seeing Uganda as an agricultural economy, my dream has been to become an extension worker to train farmers and to make sure they help themselves. Due to the flooding in the labour market, I have a dream to work with other organizations, both within and abroad pertaining my specialized skills. Seeing situations where the jobs could not be available, I dream to open up a business of my own to maintain financial stability.
INTERESTS
With the increasing changes in the economy, I wish to learn more skills, but more especially on what I can afford like starting with petty business of making liquid soap as well as bar soap. Besides my academic struggles, I am also interested in acquiring other skills like driving skills and welding if at all opportunity is granted. My major interest is to start applying practical knowledge and skills gained from class in real world especially in the field of agriculture.

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Morish Ogole

April 15, 2022
I managed to go for the outreach program where we cleaned a well known dirty area and sensitized them on the dangers of poor sanitation and also encouraged them to always avoid dumping waste anyhow as well to keep their surroundings clean. We also visited the baby's home where we encourage them to never give up in life and as well lighting up their hopes for them to see a future ahead of them. In the picture I was learning how to operate a tractor as it was part of the activities that we were meant to cover during the training. On my left in the picture is the instructor who was aiding me through the process of learning.

April 15, 2022

I managed to go for the outreach program where we cleaned a well known dirty area and sensitized them on the dangers of poor sanitation and also encouraged them to always avoid dumping waste anyhow as well to keep their surroundings clean. We also visited the baby's home where we encourage them to never give up in life and as well lighting up their hopes for them to see a future ahead of them. In the picture I was learning how to operate a tractor as it was part of the activities that we were meant to cover during the training. On my left in the picture is the instructor who was aiding me through the process of learning.

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