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Education programme in Uganda has been completed

Grupp människor står på en trappa.

The one-year commissioned diploma programme has come to an end. The programme was a collaboration between the Department of Service Studies, Lund University Commissioned Education and Entebbe International University in Uganda, with fundings from the Swedish Institute.

In the video one of the course examiners, Christer Eldh, and two course participants share their experiences.

About New Welfare Services – Sustainable Service Design as a driver for regional development: The Great Lakes region

The programme on New Welfare Services, financed by the Swedish Institute, focuses on sustainable services for the East Africa Great Lakes Region and aims at highlighting sustainable service design and management as a tool for regional development. It focuses on governance as service, as well as governance as a facilitator for inclusive commercial service design, development, and management. Primarily the programme aims to increase and create more sustainable (social as well as environmental) national and inter-regional cooperation within and between industry-specific actors, where synergies between the respective industry-specific representatives. The programme is provided by the Department of Service Management and Service Studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences at Lund University and Entebbe International University, Uganda for local facilitation and support in collaboration with LUCE, the Department for Commissioned Education at Lund University.