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School of Distance and Lifelong Learning conducts MACE viva voce for two students

 

Today 30th August 2019, School of Distance and Lifelong Learning, Department of Adult and Community Education is conducting a viva voce for Master of Adult and Community Education students in  multimedia Conference facility commonly referred to as AVU

Two master’s students presented their dissertation work to the panel of academician. The two students were Mr. Sekandi Deo and Ms Afoyochan Winfred, all from  Makerere University Department of Adult and Community Education

Staff and Students attending the viva voce

Ms Afoyochan Winfred defended the dissertation title “Learning to lead: The case study of water source committee member in Kitgu” while Sekandi Deo defended the dissertation titled “Exploring access to learning opportunities by young adults with cerebral palsy: A case study of Kampala School of Physically Handicapped”

Ms Afoyochan Winfred defending her Masters Desertation work

 

 

Mr. Sekandi Deo defending his Master of Adult and Community Education  desertation work