During the first session of the morning, participants had the opportunity to share their opinions and experiences on project management through an open debate, which included different topics: demanding participants, loosing volunteers, infopack, language, cultural differencies, tehcnical procedures. This activity was beneficial as the group could learn about best practices and solutions to apply to challenging situations.
The last part of this morning session was meant to present the impact measurement process, an important element in the PATH project. This presentation was connected with another related session held in the second part of the training.
The afternoon was divided in two main parts: the study visit in Kampala and the visit of the Uganda Museum in Kampala.
Mr Mugerwa, met again the group during the visit to the site. Thanks to his explanations, participants had the opportunity to learn details about the tombs and their structure. In addition to that, they took part in practical activities with craftsmen working on site. This visit was a concrete way to integrate the presentations of the first day.
After this visit, participants went to the Uganda Museum of Kampala where they explored many different aspects of the Ugandan culture. Thanks to a guided visit, the group learnt further elements of the regional cultural heritage, including traditions and typical stories from the region.