In the year 2004, CWM came to Hoima Diocese with pilot parishes of Magoma, Mugalike, Nyamigisa, Butema and Bulindi. CWM was to address developmental challenges faced by the rural Catholic workers in the world of work such as; poor leadership in society coupled with un equal sharing of resources, inaccessibility to information and lack of knowledge and skills in respective areas of work such as modern technologies, better methods of production, better markets and gainful employment especially for the rural peasants. Absence of a well-focused, viable and sustainable strategy to address the poverty problem in the region was another challenge.
All in all Catholic Workers Movement was inaugurated in Hoima to be a forum to address such developmental challenges.
|Chairperson||Mugisa Dick Komurubuga|
|Vice Chairperson (+ CW-SLA Coordinator)||Rubumbi Sarah Marie|
|Youth Representative||Byabazaire Policap|
|Women Representative||Nasejje Madrine|
|Project Coordinator||Kaahwa Vincent|
|Publicity Secretary||Tusiime Simplicio|
|Field Secretary||Kiiza Lucia|
|Chaplain||Fr. Jude Ategeka|
3. Base Groups
CWM Hoima has eight Base Groups. These ones are found in the following parishes:
|1. Bulindi||5. Kakindo|
|2. Kitoba||6. Mugalike|
|3. Butema||7. St. Monica|
|4. Igayaza||8. Magoma|
|4. CW-SLA Groups
Six SLA Groups came up in these Parishes:
5. CW-SLA Support Team
6. Youth- & Women´s Desk
At the moment CWM Hoima has no Youth Desk and no Women´s Desk.
This is a list of all projects which are founded, supported or built up by CWM Hoima itself.
1. Butema Vocational School
2. St. Kizito Nursery School
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