Youth minister – Jukuz http://jukuz.net/ Fri, 01 Jul 2022 11:33:36 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://jukuz.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/jukuz-150x150.png Youth minister – Jukuz http://jukuz.net/ 32 32 First Egyptian Muslim woman to be sworn in as youth minister in Australia https://jukuz.net/first-egyptian-muslim-woman-to-be-sworn-in-as-youth-minister-in-australia/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 14:36:24 +0000 https://jukuz.net/first-egyptian-muslim-woman-to-be-sworn-in-as-youth-minister-in-australia/ An Egyptian woman was sworn in as the Labor Party’s youth minister in Australia’s new government on Wednesday, holding a copy of the Quran with a pink cover, in front of Australia’s prime minister. Antoine Albanian, Al Arabiya reported. Albanian rose from his chair to shake her hand and congratulate her in a scene described […]]]>

An Egyptian woman was sworn in as the Labor Party’s youth minister in Australia’s new government on Wednesday, holding a copy of the Quran with a pink cover, in front of Australia’s prime minister. Antoine Albanian, Al Arabiya reported.

Albanian rose from his chair to shake her hand and congratulate her in a scene described by Australian local media as historic and distinguished.

Anne Aly is short for Azza Mahmoud Fawzi Husseini Ali al-Serougy who was born in 1967 in Alexandria, according to her online biography.

Aly is the first Muslim woman to hold a ministerial position in the history of Australia where over 620,000 Muslims, including immigrants and descendants, reside in addition to over half a million Arabs, most of whom are Lebanese.

According to his biography, Aly immigrated with his family from the age of two to Australia and regained his Egyptian citizenship in 2016.

Aly’s choice was based on his experience in the fight against extremism and terrorism, although his past achievements are different.

In 1990, she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the American University in Cairo.

Back in Australia, she received in 2008 the Dean’s Award for Best New Researcher from a university from which she had previously graduated in 1994 in English literature, then a master’s degree in 1996 in the same subject, and two years later, she obtained a doctorate. in Philosophy from Australia’s Edith Cowan University.

In 2009, she also received the Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Officers (AIPIO) Publication Award.

After her appointment to the Council on Australian-Arab Relations (CAAR) at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, she founded what she called the “People Against Violent Extremism (PaVE)”.

She is also active in the Center for Culture and Technology (CCAT) at Curtin University, where she led a research program on countering violent extremism online.

Aly was chosen as ‘Woman of the Year’ when she became the first Muslim woman elected to parliament in 2016.

She is also a college professor and mother of two sons to an ex-husband whom she married in 1988.

Aly said in a memoir she published in 2018 titled “Finding My Place: From Cairo to Canberra – the Irresistible Story of an Irrepressible Woman” that she suffered greatly from her ex-husband’s abuse and that after divorce, she had to take care of her two sons, Adam and Karim alone, as a single mother, then found stability with her current husband, a Canadian named David Allen, who was a policeman and famous hockey player .

Australia’s new cabinet is made up of 23 ministers, including ten women and a Muslim minister named Ed Nurredin Husic, 52, from Bosnia.

Her father, Haseeb, was a welder in Australia, while her mother was a homemaker. He is married, has one son, is also a member of the Labor Party and is Minister of Industry in the new cabinet.

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P/T Minister of Children and Youth https://jukuz.net/p-t-minister-of-children-and-youth/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 18:26:08 +0000 https://jukuz.net/p-t-minister-of-children-and-youth/ Christ Church North BeachesLocation: Manly Vale, New South WalesAnnouncement date: June 20, 2022Type of employment: Part time Closing Date: July 25, 2022 A wonderful opportunity has just opened up at Christ Church Northern Beaches to join the staff team in the area of ​​children and young people. We are looking for a Christian person to […]]]>

Christ Church North Beaches
Location: Manly Vale, New South Wales
Announcement date: June 20, 2022
Type of employment: Part time
Closing Date: July 25, 2022

A wonderful opportunity has just opened up at Christ Church Northern Beaches to join the staff team in the area of ​​children and young people. We are looking for a Christian person to help lead and develop leaders to serve in our youth and children’s ministries.

We also hope to introduce an evening service in 2022 and would appreciate the contribution of the successful candidate as we continue this exciting journey. There is also the option to work at Balgowlah Boys for an additional 2 days during the week which is a paid position with the local Anchor SRE Board of Directors.

The position involves:-

To lead and train our lay leaders to lead our kidschurch ministry on a Sunday morning which takes place during our Sunday morning church.

Lead our youth group on a Friday afternoon and continue to develop our leaders.

  • SRE – it will be possible to teach SRE in our 3 local schools and work with our lay team.
  • Set up our holiday Kidsclub to raise awareness in our community.
  • Meet weekly with the senior minister to plan, pray, and strategically reflect on future ministry directions.
  • Preaching opportunities for those who are so gifted.

Key Requirements:-

  • A humble attitude toward service and ministry generally following the teaching of Jesus (Mark 9:30-37)
  • Completed or ongoing degree-level theological training.
  • Ideally, 2 years of experience would be an advantage, but on-the-job training will be provided to the successful candidate.

The following are essential for any work with children and young people: –

  • The Safe Anglican Ministry Course
  • Safe control of the Anglican ministry
  • A current WWCC

Referents who can be contacted for general information.

Remuneration and conditions: –

In accordance with diocesan guidelines and housing is provided.

You would work two weekdays and all of Sunday.

Please send your CV to Stuart Milne via stuartbmilne@gmail.com or telephone 0405 592 002 for further information.

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More outreach programs needed to educate young people about corruption, says youth minister https://jukuz.net/more-outreach-programs-needed-to-educate-young-people-about-corruption-says-youth-minister/ Sun, 05 Jun 2022 05:33:00 +0000 https://jukuz.net/more-outreach-programs-needed-to-educate-young-people-about-corruption-says-youth-minister/ IPOH: The number of young people involved in corruption is becoming worrying, says Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu. The Minister of Youth and Sports said more awareness programs need to be organized to address the issue. “But the responsibility does not lie solely with the ministry, other parties must also play an important role. “For […]]]>

IPOH: The number of young people involved in corruption is becoming worrying, says Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu.

The Minister of Youth and Sports said more awareness programs need to be organized to address the issue.

“But the responsibility does not lie solely with the ministry, other parties must also play an important role.

“For example, schools, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission and other agencies must continue to raise awareness about corruption and its consequences,” he told reporters after the launch of the Malaysian Sports League. at Kinta here Sunday June 5th.

MACC Deputy Chief Commissioner Datuk Seri Norazlan Mohd Razali said on Saturday June 4 that 275 youths had been arrested for corruption between 2020 and recently.

He said that of the total, 21 were between 18 and 23 years old while the others were between 24 and 30 years old.

Ahmad Faizal said the ministry recently launched a program for young people which consists of discussions on the right to vote, how to be a responsible citizen and the consequences of corruption.

Regarding the proposed Perak Youth Center project, Ahmad Faizal said that the ministry is considering exchanging land owned by the state and federal governments so that the project can start soon.

Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Saarani Mohamad reportedly said that the state has not yet received any offer letter from the ministry regarding the proposal.

Regarding the sports league, Ahmad Faizal encouraged more people to participate in the program.

“Currently, we promote five sports: badminton, sepak takraw, volleyball, basketball and futsal.

“If the expenses are too high to rent courts, such events could be organized on a smaller scale in community grounds.

“It’s not necessary for us to play all the programs, we can play what suits us first,” he said.

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Minister of Youth meets Bahraini peer to develop cooperation https://jukuz.net/minister-of-youth-meets-bahraini-peer-to-develop-cooperation/ Mon, 23 May 2022 09:35:00 +0000 https://jukuz.net/minister-of-youth-meets-bahraini-peer-to-develop-cooperation/ MOROCCO, May 23 – Minister of Youth, Culture and Communication Mohamed Mehdi Bensaid discussed with Bahraini Minister of Youth and Sports, Ayman bin Tawfiq Al Moayyed, ways to develop bilateral cooperation in the sector of the youth. During these talks held Thursday by videoconference, the two parties affirmed the strength and depth of the relations […]]]>

MOROCCO, May 23 – Minister of Youth, Culture and Communication Mohamed Mehdi Bensaid discussed with Bahraini Minister of Youth and Sports, Ayman bin Tawfiq Al Moayyed, ways to develop bilateral cooperation in the sector of the youth.

During these talks held Thursday by videoconference, the two parties affirmed the strength and depth of the relations between the two countries under the leadership of HM King Mohammed VI and His brother HM King Hamad Ben Issa Al Khalifa, as well as their willingness to continue working to develop these relationships and elevate them to higher levels.

The two sides also discussed ways to strengthen bilateral cooperation between the two brotherly countries, the Ministry of Youth, Culture and Communication said in a statement.

After stressing that the Kingdom of Morocco is working to consolidate cooperation with the Kingdom of Bahrain to serve the aspirations of the two countries and brotherly peoples, Bensaid presented to his Bahraini counterpart the programs and projects on which his department is working, the statement added. .

For his part, the Bahraini Minister presented the most important programs and initiatives that his country offers to the youth sector, as well as the most important achievements of Bahraini youth in various fields.

These meetings were an opportunity for both parties to affirm their desire to develop joint action in the youth sector through an exchange of expertise and experience, according to the same source.

MAP May 22, 2022

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Morocco offers engaging e-learning and coding platform to African youth: minister https://jukuz.net/morocco-offers-engaging-e-learning-and-coding-platform-to-african-youth-minister/ Fri, 13 May 2022 09:15:00 +0000 https://jukuz.net/morocco-offers-engaging-e-learning-and-coding-platform-to-african-youth-minister/ MOROCCO, May 13 – Morocco offers an e-learning and coding platform with strong and attractive assets to enable African youth to shape their future and develop their technological skills, said Mohamed Mehdi Bensaid, Minister of Youth , Culture and Communication. Speaking at a ministerial roundtable, organized as part of the E-Learning Africa 2022 conference held […]]]>

MOROCCO, May 13 – Morocco offers an e-learning and coding platform with strong and attractive assets to enable African youth to shape their future and develop their technological skills, said Mohamed Mehdi Bensaid, Minister of Youth , Culture and Communication.

Speaking at a ministerial roundtable, organized as part of the E-Learning Africa 2022 conference held in Kigali, Bensaid highlighted the efforts made by the Kingdom to “prepare an interesting young population for the different markets development and information technology”.

To tap into the creativity of young people, develop their technological skills and prepare them to meet the greatest challenges, Morocco offers traditional training, in addition to short-term specialized training, the minister said, citing the example of the OCP’s “1337” coding and computer school open to all young African talents.

“Training strategies are, without a doubt, something necessary and time-consuming, but there are specialized training courses of short duration of one or two years and which can be very interesting for the global market and international companies “, he noted.

In addition, the official said that the Kingdom aims to create interactions and partnerships with African countries in the field of ICT, such as Rwanda, to develop human resources on the continent and strengthen the competitiveness of African companies to carve out a place on the world stage. technology market and meet the growing demand in this field.

This ambition, he added, is in line with the enlightened vision of His Majesty King Mohammed VI who prioritizes South-South cooperation and actions to accelerate the development of the continent.

MAP May 12, 2022

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Community Hero: Tri-Cities Youth Minister Combines Faith and Passion for Theater to Improve Children’s Lives | WJHL https://jukuz.net/community-hero-tri-cities-youth-minister-combines-faith-and-passion-for-theater-to-improve-childrens-lives-wjhl/ Wed, 11 May 2022 23:35:57 +0000 https://jukuz.net/community-hero-tri-cities-youth-minister-combines-faith-and-passion-for-theater-to-improve-childrens-lives-wjhl/ (WJHL) – Career plans change and evolve often, and this week’s Community Hero does. He says his faith led him in a different direction, and for that he is grateful. Billy Wayne had a plan. Years ago he was a theater buff and performed in Pigeon Forge. “I knew God was calling me to something […]]]>

(WJHL) – Career plans change and evolve often, and this week’s Community Hero does. He says his faith led him in a different direction, and for that he is grateful.

Billy Wayne had a plan. Years ago he was a theater buff and performed in Pigeon Forge.

“I knew God was calling me to something deeper, and to go out on the road and do evangelism, and work with hurting kids, a lot of kids I’ve worked with,” Wayne said. .

So he changed direction and worked in itinerant ministry and as a musical artist. But, Wayne says God had a different timeline for him.

“He chooses you,” he said. “Your ministry chooses you. I think the things that you’ve been through in your life, the scriptures tell us that, you know, comfort those with the comfort that you’ve been comforted with. So, I had a lot of people along the way who were very supportive of me out there in the Tri-Cities.

Wayne expanded his ministry by opening the Lamplight Theater which promotes family and Christian values.

“Theater has always been part of my life, as well as music,” he explained. “So I had to marry the two: traveling and singing and being in the theater, and directing and writing productions. It’s really something that has evolved. It was not something that was planned. I thought ‘maybe’, you know, and here we are now.

For 30 years, his Hope And Love Outreach, or HALO, program has run summer camp for children who are hurting or needing counseling, thanks to community and corporate support. The association supports the children all year round.

“We also mentor them throughout the year and take an interest in their lives,” he said. “The HALO program that we have that sponsors the camp, we also give them book bags or backpacks, school supplies and a Christmas of comfort and joy for them and their families. So, we want to make sure we are involved in the lives of these students all year round.

Wayne says community involvement is key to building a healthy future.

“We raise citizens. I mean, that’s what we do. If we can invest in the lives of these students at a young age and make them feel important,” he said. “I always say to students, never use people or things from your past as an excuse not to get up and be everything you’re meant to be. But they can’t do that unless the community gets involved and sees the need to contribute to the lives of the students.

Wayne says that even though it wasn’t his original plan, he’s exactly where he’s supposed to be.

“It’s just a beautiful thing,” he said. “Nothing that I expected to do. But, it’s one of those things where it’s so exciting to serve a God who keeps you a bit on edge and makes sure you trust him. It’s a God-sized thing, so He gets all the credit. We just hang out with him and let things happen.

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Ex-youth minister accused of sex crimes will face trial next month https://jukuz.net/ex-youth-minister-accused-of-sex-crimes-will-face-trial-next-month/ Mon, 09 May 2022 18:24:32 +0000 https://jukuz.net/ex-youth-minister-accused-of-sex-crimes-will-face-trial-next-month/ A former youth minister accused of multiple sex crimes will face trial next month. William Wahl, of Port Huron, was scheduled to appear in St. Clair County Circuit Court on Monday. Stephen Rabaut, his attorney, said it does not appear the case will be resolved via a plea deal. St. Clair County Circuit Court Judge […]]]>

A former youth minister accused of multiple sex crimes will face trial next month.

William Wahl, of Port Huron, was scheduled to appear in St. Clair County Circuit Court on Monday. Stephen Rabaut, his attorney, said it does not appear the case will be resolved via a plea deal.

St. Clair County Circuit Court Judge Michael West said he would see Wahl in court for his jury trial at 9 a.m. on June 21.

Wahl is charged with two counts of second degree criminal sexual conduct victim under the age of 13, two counts of fourth degree criminal sexual conduct victim between the ages of 13 and 16, distributing obscene material to children, aggravated indecent exposure and use of computers to commit a crime.

If convicted, Wahl faces a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison.

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More young people of color should be encouraged to take charge of their money https://jukuz.net/more-young-people-of-color-should-be-encouraged-to-take-charge-of-their-money/ Mon, 09 May 2022 08:49:06 +0000 https://jukuz.net/?p=1588 When I graduated from college, I realized how important financial literacy was for me to be successful in my profession. Due to my success, I’m now a success coach for other people in my generation. Eliminating debt, cutting down on housing costs as well as investing more money as well as automating savings has contributed […]]]>

  • When I graduated from college, I realized how important financial literacy was for me to be successful in my profession.
  • Due to my success, I’m now a success coach for other people in my generation.
  • Eliminating debt, cutting down on housing costs as well as investing more money as well as automating savings has contributed to my financial health.

There is a huge gap in the amount of wealth that exists between the wealthy and the less fortunate. The general rule is that Black people are less rich than white people. There are many factors that cause this gap. However, our obligation as Black individuals is to confront and overcome them every day.

Employment with perks or the knowledge of how to invest aren’t easy or obvious.’ Adverb Black students are more likely to be burdened with debt from student loans because of their academic pursuits. There are endless numbers of hurdles to earning funds in our society.

When I was 15 I started my first employment. I knew I needed it in order to make money, however I was unsure of how to build wealth. Going to school and working until I retired is all I was able to think of. In my head, everything I wanted to be prosperous was a boost in my income.

I was lucky enough to be admitted to the college of my choice. My parents believed in the idea that I was accountable for the education I received. After graduation, I owed $65,000 in student loans, I earned an educational master’s degree.

I realized that I was in a position in which I’d have to endure a period of 30 or more years before I was able to retire. All this led me to study financial literacy and to make changes to increase my income like accepting an additional job or increasing my savings.

My personal wealth rose from $65,000 of debt to more than $350,000 in the last seven years.

I performed better as I gained a better understanding of my finances. In order to help students of color to better manage their finances, Moore Wealth conducts seminars and offers scholarships.

Every Black person ought to be able to have financial security. In the wake of being inspired by other people and implementing these five strategies to improve my wealth.

Tips to Avoid Bankruptcy and Save Money

Debt burden could affect the way you live your life and could force the need to file for bankruptcy. The procedure of filing bankruptcy is a difficult experience. In some instances you will need to file a Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy. In this instance, you’ll need an experienced lawyer such as a San Diego bankruptcy lawyer. A bankruptcy lawyer will help you choose the most efficient ways to protect your company from going into bankruptcy.

To apply for bankruptcy, you need to go to BKHQ and research the various alternatives. Once you’ve completed the procedure, it will be easy to rebuild the credit score. Here are some tips for you to follow.

Contact Debt Collectors and Creditors

Debt settlement is a possibility in normal circumstances. The possibility of bankruptcy isn’t common. If you’re considering a decision between filing bankruptcy or paying off debts that you have and then pay off your debts. It’s essential to organize everything in a better way.

Don’t choose a company to settle your debt. Additional money and time are required by these organizations. In addition, you should not be the payment of any current debts. Make sure to make the minimum payment on debts already still in existence to ensure that they’re in good standing. Be aware of any charges you’ve made on the debts. You must prepare yourself for one-time payments in settlement after a deal.

To avoid bankruptcy, try these strategies. You can avoid bankruptcy by selling your assets. You can save more money and also make arrangements with your creditors.

1. I was more aware of the amount I was spending.

My money is limited. I’m not able to buy everything I’d like. When I made the decision to gain wealth the first thing I did was to be aware of the ways and places I spent my money.

I have realized that my actions are a reflection of my values and my main worth is what I invest with the greatest amount of money. Spending with intention has allowed me to better align my financial goals to my convictions.

2. Reduce my expenses for housing.

Dr. Lakisha L. Simmons is a FIRE coach and the author of “The Unlikely AchieveHer,” helped me to pay attention to my expenses for living. After a divorce, Dr. Simmons was introduced to FIRE (financial independence/retirement early). She made the difficult choice to cut down on all her expenses because she had two kids and only an income source of income.

To make money To save money, to save money, Dr. Simmons downgraded her home from a five-bedroom and four-bathroom home to a one-bedroom unit. Because of this choice she is able to retire at 41 and have a nest-egg worth $900,000.

The average person’s monthly housing cost is astronomical. The savings of moving into smaller apartments encouraged me to follow the three steps that followed and I decided to follow in the footsteps of Dr. Simmons’ footsteps.

3. Reduced and eliminated any additional debt

I owed $65,000 on student loans when I finished my degree. As I later got to know my wife, I realized that we also had loans from student lenders.

We knew in our minds that should we not alter our habits of spending and make a change, we’d be in the burden of debt for a long period. Therefore, I came up with an approach to eliminate this debt as soon as I could.

I’m beginning to ask myself, “Is this worth it?” every time I’m asked to make a loan. Do I really need the fees I’d be required to pay? Most of the time, the answer is negative after I’ve done the calculations.

4. I have maximized my investment possibilities.

In my adulthood, I’ve come to recognize that being an employee and trading my time in exchange for cash isn’t as lucrative as it once was for me. For instance, if I did four hours of work and earned $27, I’d receive $18.

The concept of financial literacy has opened my eyes to the fact that those who had money in their bank were not working. For instance, suppose that they made $300 while they were asleep. I was stunned by this realization and it made me realize the potential of investing.

There are many options to invest. To increase my wealth I’ve used every instrument I could find. The accounts we have access to are not complying with various regulations and laws due to the difficulty of accessing and financial terminology.

Each time I begin at a new job I ask concerning 401(k) plans that include human resources. What plans can I be entitled to? Do I have the capacity to make a difference? Each account comes with a unique range of investment opportunities. I was able to ensure that my money was working through these inquiries.

5. Automated processes to improve productivity.

To pay off my student loan repayment, I realized that it wasn’t necessary for me to devote many hours each week evaluating how things were going after having an action plan.

So, I made 90 percent of all of my decisions regarding finances to become automated. Create automatic savings to create a savings account for rainy days. My accounts were tracked as well as my loans from school were automatically paid through Mint.

Automated payments can even provide my retirement accounts with funds. After selecting one distribution for investment and having my contribution automatically matched with the matching of the distribution.

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Tap into Youth Population for Nation Building – Says Youth Minister | https://jukuz.net/tap-into-youth-population-for-nation-building-says-youth-minister/ Fri, 29 Apr 2022 07:58:10 +0000 https://jukuz.net/tap-into-youth-population-for-nation-building-says-youth-minister/ By Moses Oketayot Hon. Nyirabashitsi Sarah Mateke, Minister of State for Youth and Children in the Ministry of Gender, Labor and Social Development, implored government and the private sector to tap into young people, who she said are the Uganda’s most valuable human capital resource for nation building and are the engine of the country’s […]]]>

By Moses Oketayot

Hon. Nyirabashitsi Sarah Mateke, Minister of State for Youth and Children in the Ministry of Gender, Labor and Social Development, implored government and the private sector to tap into young people, who she said are the Uganda’s most valuable human capital resource for nation building and are the engine of the country’s economic growth.

Minister of State for Youth and Children Hon.-Sarah-Mateke-c-Registrar-General-Mercy-K.-Kainobwisho-listen-in-as-Alex-Musisi-a-registered-owner-of- a-creative-mentorship-company-explains-their-work.

“By helping young people protect their innovation and creativity, we are creating and fostering an ingenious culture of sustainability that will drive economic growth. Young innovators create promising solutions, illustrating that young people are not simply recipients of innovation, but co-creators of the future they will inherit. The Ugandan government has continuously allocated resources to the innovation fund, in addition to establishing various institutions that promote research and innovation,” she said.

The Minister made the remarks on Tuesday during the World Intellectual Property (IP) Day celebration organized by the Uganda Registrar Services Bureau (URSB) at the Protea Kampala Hotel. The theme for this year’s celebration by World International Property is “Intellectual Property and Youth: Innovation for a Better Future”, while the theme for Uganda is “Using the IP system to create jobs for youth in Uganda”.

Intellectual property (IP) is an essential part of the national creative and innovative ecosystem, especially for individual creators, entrepreneurs, start-ups and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Unfortunately, intellectual property rights are increasingly under threat from activists who rob creators and innovators of their livelihoods in favor of access to free content and products.

State of Youth and Children’s Affairs Hon. Sarah Mateke speaking at the World Intellectual Property Day Celebration at Protea Hotel Kampala

Registrar General Mercy K. Kainobwisho, in her remarks, said this year’s celebrations highlight how a strong intellectual property system can address youth employment challenges. “The high commercial value of intellectual property can enable young people to harness their creativity. Some innovations have been developed, especially in the post-pandemic era, which have disrupted the way of doing business, such as holding online meetings, delivering health services, cross-border monetary transactions, etc. These have subsequently solved employment problems among the youth and these can be effectively protected by our intellectual property laws,” Kainobwhisho said.

Kainobwisho also urged young people not to sit on the fence with their innovations and wait for a miracle, but to come to the Bureau so that they can be helped to register their patents so that they are protected against infringement of the copyright, and also to make money with their inventions because intellectual property should not stay on a piece of paper but make money for the patent holder.

Bonita Nanziri; one of the young patent holders registered in his name under the Microsoft patent program says the government needs to help young people in their efforts to register their innovations and how they can be protected from copyright infringement ‘author.

One of the URSB officials said that patents are non-territorial, a patent in Uganda may not be a cross-border patent in Kenya, and inventors need to understand this so as not to be cheated when looking for patents. potential investors in their inventions.



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A (mini) rant from a longtime youth minister https://jukuz.net/a-mini-rant-from-a-longtime-youth-minister/ Thu, 28 Apr 2022 05:00:08 +0000 https://jukuz.net/a-mini-rant-from-a-longtime-youth-minister/ “I mean, come on. Can’t someone intervene? A youth leader from a small church shared this sentiment with me recently, lamenting the lack of volunteerism. Not for mission travel or for summer camp chaperones. Not for VBS. No, not for a major request like that. Instead, they were simply looking for drivers to take the […]]]>

“I mean, come on. Can’t someone intervene? A youth leader from a small church shared this sentiment with me recently, lamenting the lack of volunteerism. Not for mission travel or for summer camp chaperones. Not for VBS. No, not for a major request like that.

Instead, they were simply looking for drivers to take the 17-member church youth mission team… to a bus stop in the nearby town. It would have taken about 75 minutes round trip with four or five vehicles and drivers. However, the volunteers did not mobilize. Come on, really?

The lack of volunteerism is a struggle everywhere. I understand. People are busy, but who isn’t? And I know there’s a flip side: churches don’t always do their part and don’t always give caregivers what they need to be successful.

But recruiting volunteers shouldn’t be so difficult! Allow me to rant a bit. In the process, you may discover strategies to address your own volunteer shortage.

Lack of Volunteering: Excuses You Might Hear

If I hear the following things again, I can shout:

1. “I can’t volunteer to teach Sunday School. I would never give up my own Sunday school class.

There may be another way of looking at things. If you want this class of adults to continue to thrive, it might be worth the investment. Make sure Sunday School and adult classes are still there in your church 10 years from now by helping now. Even helping out once a month will mean you’ll be in your class three times a month.

2. “I’ve done my time. My children are grown. I have to step aside and “let” someone else have their turn.

So church members in their 50s and older are exempt? When their children graduate from high school, do parents have to hand in their attendance card? The opposite is true. When our children are older, it’s even better for us to do our part. We have the privilege of transmitting the torch of Christ!

Of course, we are not as young as before. But we are smarter than before. Of course we are tired. But we didn’t chase toddlers all day or run the neighborhood taxi service.

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