Salam TV, Salam Charity, and Tika Uganda Unite for sustainable development

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Salam TV, Salam Charity, and Tika Uganda Unite for sustainable development
At PIDCO Islamic Centre

Yesterday, May 21, saw a remarkable step forward in sustainable development and humanitarian efforts in Western Uganda.

The Managing Director of Salam TV and Salam Charity, together with representatives from Tika Uganda, a respected Turkish humanitarian organisation, embarked on a joint mission to explore avenues for collaboration and support.

Their journey began at the PIDCO Islamic Centre in Kaberebere, Isingiro district, moved to the New Muslim Converts Training Centre, and concluded at Aisha Girls Secondary School.

These institutions, chosen for their outstanding contributions to the community and education, were the focus of this visit.

The primary aim was to evaluate the operations of these centres, identify their needs, and offer support to foster sustainable growth.

Tika Uganda, renowned for its extensive humanitarian experience, provided valuable insights and expertise to bolster these institutions.

The alliance between Salam TV, Salam Charity, and Tika Uganda is founded on a shared commitment to humanitarian service and community empowerment.

Kaberebere new Muslim Converts training Centre

By pooling their resources and expertise, they aim to create a nurturing environment for these institutions to flourish.

The Managing Director of Salam TV and Salam Charity highlighted the critical role of collaboration in achieving sustainable development goals.

"We are thankful for this partnership with Tika Uganda, which will enable us to support these institutions more effectively. Together, we can create a lasting positive impact on many lives."

Representatives from Tika Uganda expressed deep admiration for the dedication and altruism of the staff and students.

"We are inspired by their passion and commitment and are keen to support their humanitarian efforts."

The visit concluded with renewed hope and a strong commitment to collaboration.

The institutions visited are expected to greatly benefit from this partnership, enhancing their ability to serve the community sustainably and effectively.

This joint initiative by Salam TV, Salam Charity, and Tika Uganda exemplifies the power of collaboration and a unified vision for societal betterment.

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