Past Activities

A man with an experience is not at the mercy of one with an argument. Relive all our events organised by NCSA by following some of our highlights here.

A man with an experience is not at the mercy of one with an argument. Relive all our events organised by NCSA by following some of our highlights here.

The Inter-Campus Festival 2018

On 8th September 2018, all roads led to the Makerere University Rugby Grounds for the Inter Campus Festival 2018.

The event organised under the theme inspired by Daniel 11:32 ‘but the people that do know their God shall be strong, and do exploits,’ kicked off at 5:00pm with a powerful praise and worship experience from the Zoe Choir.

The day’s emcees later on set the pace keeping the audience engaged and  lively.

Different artists and performances were showcased from people like; Becky Kabuleeta and Walter Keys whose voices melodiously excited the the students community, Ruyonga, Josh SB and Kamanzi rocked the crowd performing tracks like ‘Always,’ ‘God DNA,’ and ‘Remnant Revolution’ which got most of the people off their seats.

The Campus Remnants pulled off an amazingly powerful play depicting the relevance of Prophets today in our generation.

The day ended with a powerful ministration by Simon Ssenyonga who urged the students’ community to rise up and take dominion even while in their youth.

The Inter-Campus Festival 2018

On 8th September 2018, all roads led to the Makerere University Rugby Grounds for the Inter Campus Festival 2018.

The event organised under the theme inspired by Daniel 11:32 ‘but the people that do know their God shall be strong, and do exploits,’ kicked off at 5:00pm with a powerful praise and worship experience from the Zoe Choir.

The day’s emcees later on set the pace keeping the audience engaged and  lively.

Different artists and performances were showcased from people like; Becky Kabuleeta and Walter Keys whose voices melodiously excited the the students community, Ruyonga, Josh SB and Kamanzi rocked the crowd performing tracks like ‘Always,’ ‘God DNA,’ and ‘Remnant Revolution’ which got most of the people off their seats.

The Campus Remnants pulled off an amazingly powerful play depicting the relevance of Prophets today in our generation.

The day ended with a powerful ministration by Simon Ssenyonga who urged the students’ community to rise up and take dominion even while in their youth.

Uganda National Youth Symposuim

 National Youth Leadership Symposium, a gathering of youth leaders across the country to discuss topical issues affecting youth with a main theme: “Youth Political and Economic Inclusion: Scenarios for Sustainable Regional Integration”

The event was held at Hotel Africana on 24th October, 2018 and a total of 120 youth sector stakeholders including key government ministries, agencies and departments, and youth organizations participated in the event.

The symposium was a pre event for the Youlead Summit scheduled for 19th to 23rd November, 2018 in Arusha Tanzania, attracting participation from youth leaders and key stake holders accross six East African countries.

Our team, led by Tracy Diana Tusiime and Simon Ssenyonga shaped and led the symposium discussion as follows:

a) Tracy’s presentation
Tracy took over and represented the segment discussing “Youth participation and representation in political governance.” 
She highlighted the need to engage Christian institutions and organizations in informing policy for greater and better results. She also ably represented all the ideas that emerged.

b) Simon’s presentation
Simon also took over and represented the segment discussing “Tax Justice and Taxation for Development and Economic Opportunities and Decent Work for the Youth.”
In his presentation, he emphasized the role of the Church and the fear and honour of the Lord as well as other key researched topical issues in this regard.

As NCSA, we believe in meaningful youth Participation, representation and thought leadership.

We invite students interested in participating in such activities to send us a message and we shall keep you posted!

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Uganda National Youth Symposuim

 National Youth Leadership Symposium, a gathering of youth leaders across the country to discuss topical issues affecting youth with a main theme: “Youth Political and Economic Inclusion: Scenarios for Sustainable Regional Integration”

The event was held at Hotel Africana on 24th October, 2018 and a total of 120 youth sector stakeholders including key government ministries, agencies and departments, and youth organizations participated in the event.

The symposium was a pre event for the Youlead Summit scheduled for 19th to 23rd November, 2018 in Arusha Tanzania, attracting participation from youth leaders and key stake holders accross six East African countries.

Our team, led by Tracy Diana Tusiime and Simon Ssenyonga shaped and led the symposium discussion as follows:

a) Tracy’s presentation
Tracy took over and represented the segment discussing “Youth participation and representation in political governance.” 
She highlighted the need to engage Christian institutions and organizations in informing policy for greater and better results. She also ably represented all the ideas that emerged.

b) Simon’s presentation
Simon also took over and represented the segment discussing “Tax Justice and Taxation for Development and Economic Opportunities and Decent Work for the Youth.”
In his presentation, he emphasized the role of the Church and the fear and honour of the Lord as well as other key researched topical issues in this regard.

As NCSA, we believe in meaningful youth Participation, representation and thought leadership.

We invite students interested in participating in such activities to send us a message and we shall keep you posted!

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