4 UTAMU Students Compete In the African Grand Challenge

A team of Four UTAMU Undergraduate students participated in the African Grand Challenge which took place in Tanzania from 25th to 29th January 2018.

Sadat Anwar pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Nuwagaba Collins doing a Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering, Mush Simon Glory doing Bachelor of Business Administration and Kamya Simon pursuing a Bachelor of Information Technology represented UTAMU during the 2018 Grand Challenge.

Participating teams developed new and innovative products or services that can be used to improve Healthcare, Animal Science and Wildlife Management in Africa. UTAMU is the only University in Uganda which took part in the competition.

The participating students competing in the AGC 2018 were given an opportunity to learn together and showcase their innovation talents as well as win awards.

The UTAMU Team showcased a project on: The usage of a combination of Drone and Internet of things technologies to develop new products and or services that will improve animal sciences and wildlife management in Africa.

The annual event which attracts several students in African Universities was hosted by the Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST). It is aimed at advancing science and entrepreneurship in Africa through innovation and collaborations.

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