By Andrew Bugembe
Today, Uganda Christian University (UCU) officially closed the highly successful DALILA project after three years since it was launched. This was during a closing conference held at the UCU Main Campus in Mukono, which was graced by the Deputy Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration, Mr.David Mugawe.
DALILA focuses on technological and economic subjects, paving the way for a greener, more sustainable future. This groundbreaking initiative brings universities together to tackle the challenges of energy management for sustainable and green economic growth. Join us in celebrating this significant milestone towards a brighter and more eco-friendly tomorrow!
DVC David Mugawe addressing at the closure of the DALILA conference as the representative of the Vice Chancellor.
Kironde Dennis, Jenavive Iucot, in the middle are Dr. Miria Agunyo, Okot Innocent, Namonyo Blessed, and Ogwang Emmanuel, ucu alumnus who did research, tests, and wrote a paper about assessing the viability of an integrated renewable energy system for institutions; case of UCU Mukono.
Extreme left: Dr. Miria Agunyo; left: Dorcas Magoba,Centre Sempungu Godfrey, Rodgers Tayebwa; and extreme right: Percy Mulosi, the UCU DALILA project coordinators, giving their experiences.
Ronald Mugenyi, a pionior Graduate of the Postgraduate Diploma, discusses his experience while in Italy during the project implementation.
Seyyid Bukhari, one of the participants, gave remarks during the closure of the research project.
Pionior graduates share their internship experiences in Europe and Africa.
A group photo taken inside the UCU principal’s hall after the conference.
Pionior Graduates of the Postgraduate Diploma pose with Dr. Miriam Agunyu, Dean, Faculty of Engineering Design and Technology.