Business Process Outsourcing Will Employ People - Baryamureeba

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In short
According to independent presidential candidate, Prof. Venancius Baryamureba, his government will invest 5 to 10 million US dollars in establishing business outsourcing centres that will create at least one million jobs every year.

Independent presidential candidate, Prof. Venancius Baryamureeba promises to invest heavily in business process outsourcing to create employment for the jobless youths in the country.

According to Baryamureeba, his government will invest 5 to 10 million US dollars in establishing business outsourcing centres that will create at least one million jobs every year.
Business process outsourcing is contracting the work of a specific business process to a third party service provider.

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Baryamureeba says Uganda can also benefit from the difference in time zones, the conducive environment for business and also the hardworking nature of Ugandans. 

The former Makerere University Vice Chancellor told voters at his rally in Gulu, that unemployment was a big challenge in Uganda, which needs to be addressed urgently. 

Baryamureeba also promised to strengthen regional governments to ensure effective service delivery and balanced development.

Kevin Aparo, a vendor who attended the rally says the regional government will come with new development opportunities and strengthen post-conflict recovery of northern Uganda.

 

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Alex Otto
“Journalism that changes lives is my goal,” Alex Otto has said on more than one occasion. That is his career’s guiding principle. Has been since he was a radio journalist in the northern Ugandan town of Gulu in 2009.

Otto passionately believes his journalism should bring to the fore the voices of the voiceless like the shooting victims of Apaa. Otto tries in his journalism to ask tough questions to those in positions of authority.

Based in the Kampala bureau, Otto is especially interested in covering agriculture, politics, education, human rights, crime, environment and business. He has reported intensively on the post-conflict situation in northern Uganda.

A URN staff member since 2014, Otto previously worked with The Observer Newspaper from 2012 to 2013 and later the Institute for War and Peace Reporting IWPR based in Gulu.

He was the URN Gulu bureau chief 2014-2016.