Mr. Allon BomujuniHead of Membership Development

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areas of expertise
  • Heads the Membership Development office and is responsible for membership recruitment and development.
  • Certified Bee Keeping Trainer
  • Certified Bee products Inspector
  • Trainer of Trainers in Financial Literacy
  • Trainer of Trainers of theFarmer’s advocacy consultative tool (FACT)
  • Trainer of Trainers in Gender Action Learning Systems (GALS)
  • Trainer of Trainers in Using ERI Tools (Enabling Rural Innovations)
education
  • He holds a Bsc. in Environment and Natural Resource Management, Ndejje University

Along his career path, Allon has received certification from several bodies including, Ministry of agriculture as a certified beekeeping trainer, Uganda National Bureau of Standards as a certified bee products inspector, bank of Uganda as TOT in financial literacy, TOT of the farmer’s advocacy consultative tool (FACT), TOT in Gender Action Learning Systems (GALS), and TOT in using the ERI tools (Enabling Rural Innovations). He has over 9 years’ experience working with members through; creating membership development packages, coordination, group formation, business development services, market linkage and extension.

contact details

+256-414-258070

Social Profiles

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Well, our Nature Based #beekeeping concept developed together with @BeesForDev ensures that the cost of hives is kept to its lowest/zero for plentiful honey harvests.

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Our staff are currently undergoing training in M&E and #MSC (Most Significant Change) This is a big step forward towards helping us align impact of our projects with expectations from beneficiaries and donors, thanks to @HubCymruAfrica for supporting this training.
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After church today, Refugees and their Host communities in the Rhino Camp have embarked on the fight for financial independence. The mission today is to make 150 hives.
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