Nembabazi Mentorship Program To Hold Their Second Annual Youth Conference On September 24th 2016
The Nembabazi mentorship program better known as Nembabazi, has grown its base in working with youth through organized events that motivate and encourage them to be their Unique Self.
Sheila Agaba Ruyonga, founder and team leader of Nembabazi will host a conference for young, educated and vibrant youth in a conference scheduled for 24th September 2016, under the Theme: Mr. Right.
The conference follows a series of events that have been held throughout the year, like the “Find Your Spark” conference held on 8th March and the Self Awareness training on 30th May, which were well received by the participants.
Nembabazi, is a Ugandan based, youth led organization that works closely with three strategic partners (Akamai Global, Buqusi Ruux and Peer to Peer Uganda) and numerous associate mentors since its inception in 2015.
The initiative seeks to enable young people become skilled and self–‐aware individuals, so as to mature into effective, innovative and efficient individuals of society, while increasing the number of role models in Uganda.
Through experiential platforms, Nembabazi is committed to helping youth discover their Unique Purpose, while enabling them make more informed life choices and encouraging them to pursue their dreams. The platforms are focused on enhancing holistic personal development.
Sheila Agaba Ruyonga (team leader) was formally employed by Imprint Uganda Limited as the marketing and business development associate where she was actively involved in numerous organizational training and team building for entities like GIZ, Pace, Hospice, Mildmay, Century Bottling Company, National Water and Sewerage Cooperation and many more.
She is one of the pioneers of the Alabaster Women’s Conference at All Saints Church and has planted numerous youth home cells as well as other youth targeted outreach programs like the RUU Hangout, that are fired up by her undying passion for youth empowerment.
About the Mr. Right Conference
The conference targets youth and their potential mentors, to enable a substantial flow of positive and balanced information.
The theme Mr. Right was formulated to reach out to a vast number of youth seeking to discover and identify suitable elements in a partner.
Following the Find You Spark Conference that dealt with elements of Self– awareness, Passion/purpose, Appearance, Relationships and Knowledge; the team has run a series of interventions that have tackled these elements.
This conference therefore will focus on positive and SMART Relationship building while highlighting the need to grow healthy and sustainable relationships on the basis of personal values, culture and religion by discussing topics like expectations and attitudes, character (empowerment vs. submission) and generational gaps/vices that are hindering positive relationship growth.
The event will be held at Mac Kinnon Suits on 24th September, with an all male panel that comprises of Humphrey Nabimanya1, Jonathan Kagimba2, Mike Presson3 and Moses Bwire4.
1Founder and team leader of Reach A Hand Uganda
2 Graphic designer and entrepreneur
3Radio Presenter – Alfa FM and youth pastor
4 Founder and team leader of Peer to Peer Uganda
Nembabazi Mentorship Program