The Resource Centre, with the support of the DGF organised a 5 day Master Training of Trainers (ToT) at Nimrod Hotel in Luweero.

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The day's session always began with a word of prayer and a recap of the previous day's activities.


Participants taking quizzes to assess what they learned in the previous day's training.


Participants being trained on methodologies of training adults.


 Participants demonstrating how to convey Civic Education messages through the use of drama.


Participants having group discussions in which they tackled several assignments given to them by the facilitators


One of the role play participants asking her colleagues for comments on how their group performed.


Participants being trained on how to train the module on Access to Justice. This module was facilitated by Ronald Sekagya an official from the Judicial Service Commission.


Module on Gender

Participants being trained on how to train the module on Gender. This module was facilitated by Sophie Kyagulanyi an official from the Forum for Women in Democracy (FOWODE).


Madam Josephine made her closing remarks on the last day of the Master ToT in which she thanked the participants for enduring the day long training schedules and pointed out the Civic Education is the most successful program under the Deepening Democracy component under DGF.


 

Participants received their Certificates of Training that were handed out by Madam Josephine (and assisted by Ronnie Mbabali) immediately after making her closing remarks on the last day of the Master ToT. Participants were each given a calendar for the year 2017 as a sourvenir from the Resource Centre.


Administrative Preparations

The organisers of this training worked round the clock to make sure that it was a success.