Tororo Girls School ICT Club TOWER TV UG Project takes 2nd Position at NCC-2022

Tororo Girls School‘s project titled “Tower TV” emerged as the Second best ICT Club Innovation after St. Mary’s College Kisubi ICT Club which took the top position. National School ICT Club Competition took place at the 7th National Conference on Communications 2022 (NCC2022), from June 21 to June 22, 2022 in a blended approach both physically at Makerere University and virtually via zoom and YouTube.

Tororo Girls School‘s project titled “Tower TV” emerged as the Second best ICT Club Innovation after St. Mary’s College Kisubi ICT Club which took the top position. National School ICT Club Competition took place at the 7th National Conference on Communications 2022 (NCC2022), from June 21 to June 22, 2022 in a blended approach both physically at Makerere University and virtually via zoom and YouTube.

TGS ICT Club Students: Pero Sumayiya, Lakisa Grace Okot, Patience Asio, Joan Serra, Miriam Amoit Eboot

Tororo Girls School‘s project titled “Tower TV” emerged victorious in the Eastern region ICT Club Competion that was held on 8 June 2022 at Paradise on the Nile Hotel, Jinja. The competing schools were Kongunga High School, Busoga College Mwiri and, Iganga Secondary School. 

The skilled and talented Teachers supporting these students are Emmanuel Namudala and Jamal Kawula.

YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/TowerTVUG

Overview of the Tower TV UG Project

There is a serious problem of a communication gap between the youth and the community. This has caused ignorance to them about their society. We are strengthening the means of communication and revitalizing the global partnership for sustainable development of technology. We are also solving the problem of poverty which has led to reduced economic development. This is done by creating and disseminating powerful content. This drives and grows industry engagement to convene the encouraged networks of industry leaders and innovators to champion the SDGs. Hence forth raising awareness and lead action in support of SDGs.

Ignorance, gender inequality, and poverty are being solved by improving the efficiency and effectiveness of news and more sustainable ways of development through providing information. We take advantage of the readily and commonly available internet that is on a high use. This is based on the fact that 6 in every 10 people use the internet and modern technologies.

Poverty is being solved through sharing different ideas for example agribusiness talks where students show case how to practice agriculture activities like piggery, crop planting that the rest of the community could learn. Therefore aiding in food production thus reducing the rate of world hunger.

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