English, Arabic, Kakwa, Pojulu, Kiswahili
I learned Arduino programming, software installation by myself and guidance from the #ASKnet team members and had an Open tech Introduction event in Cameroon in Dec, 2021. The participants had there first hands-on practice on software Installation and Arduino programming.
The first hands-on repair cafe was conducted by r0g agency in partnership with Cten Uganda in Eden Rhino camp refugee settlement in 2018 where I had my first repair cafe experience. Later on, organized a community repair cafe event and fixed a good number of Electronics and mechanical devices. In the tech and repair skills for livelyhood project, I including a great team members, we trained 20 participants in basic mechanical and electronic repair. And set up a community repair space
In 2019 media event in organized by Youth empowerment foundation in adjumany, I had my first experience in git hub repo + issues creation by Timm Wille. Later on helped some #ASKnet teams to create profiles up-to-date.
Have a good knowledge on GIMP, Audacity and kdenlive, using to create contents with my fellow team members.
Maliamungu Richard is a 23 years, South Sudanese male, living in Eden Rhino camp refugee settlement in Uganda. This is mainly due to the civil war that erupted back in 2016 in the country. This negatively affected my education hence resort to learning by reading Open source books immediately after the introduction of #ASKotec in the 2018 media training in Eden Rhino camp. This pave way for me to participate in number of open tech events through the Hubs and later had a chance to be an Adjuct Trainer for r0g agency in 2020 #ASKnet project.
I am looking into building a community that protect the environment by recycling / repairing broken device/ plastic materials by promoting repair cafes in Rhino camp refugee settlement.