Alfred  Mhutoht,

Alfred, grew up and his family still lives in  Karenga, just outside the gates of Kidepo Valley National Park.  After high school, Alfred attended Markrere University in Kampala and received a degree in Computer Sciences and then a second degree in networks and network architecture.  

We are delighted to have Alfred, help us roll out the new Ekokwa learning platform for Karamoja.  Together we are very proud that Cloud Empowerment is a company started and  managed from Moroto, Karamoja, Uganda, and can deliver world class cloud  and technical services.

More than  basic computer services, Alfred understands the power and the importance of technology and how it can positively impact lives and play a role in , Karamoja, Leading Africa forward.  Our goal is to support and   continue to  help Karamoja based companies gain lift and  a better life for all, through   our support  of

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Pat Montani 

Pat has spent 45 years,  starting and growing technology companies, my first love is cycling and  wanting to help others,  started Bicycles for Humanity that has since turned into a global grassroots movement  and delivered over 200 Bicycle Empowerment Centres to 17 African countries with a total of almost 250,000 bicycles.  Pat understood the  power and the value of Education,  Healthcare, opportunity  and Empowerment .  He  founded iEmpowerment to help the people of Karamoja and all of Africa take the next steps to a better life through the  deployment of technology.  Cloud Empowerment founded with Alfred Mhutoht, who is from karamoja and with the company's head office in Karamoja, is  Pat's proudest moment. Pat  was deeply moved by the  people of Karamoja, their determination  and desire for a better life for all.  With Paul no longer with us, it is my goal to continue to  help the people of the region move forward

Pat is a Rotarian and has worked with hundreds of Rotary clubs across all of Africa on the deployment of innovation solutions in many areas.

In 2017 Pat was awarded the Meritorious   Service   Medal by Canada for his contribution  to society and  helping  others.  

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Paul Sherwen  in Memorium

Many of you knew Paul  as the voice of the Tour De France, what you might not  have know is that he  grew up in Eastern Uganda and spent my  summers in Karamoja.  Paul  cared deeply for the people of this region and worked tirelessly to help them move forward, yet protect their incredible culture and heritage.

Paul passed suddenly   in November of 2018 and  will be missed by all.  Paul was a founding member of along with myself. Karamoja, Will Lead Africa Forward and I am focused on helping make Pauls dream become  a reality. If you want to honor Paul and  you want the ride of a lifetime, than we encourage you to join us on this incredible journey, please email me,  With  your help, and with the people of Karamoja, we will, Lead Africa Forward

Overview Background

Paul and I when he was alive,   shared a  dream of Karamoja, Leading Africa Forward. We initially planned on bringing  4500 bikes to the region, but our love of the people  quickly became a passion to help all in Karamoja move forward.  Our success in business coupled with our ability to start and grow successful ventures in Karamoja, gave  us the foundation to  build and   together with the local people,  train, create opportunity, while helping all in the region to a better life.

7 years ago when  we decided to bring 4500 bikes to Karamoja, our   partner was Florence Naduk.   Florence shared the dream with Paul and I, that Karamoja would one day, Lead Africa Forward.  We are  incredibly proud  to have Florence  on our team. In December of 2018, our close  friend Paul passed. Florence, Alfred, Giz and I hope to carry on  the work we started with Paul in his memory.

To honor Paul,  we plan on rolling out the entire Cloud Empowerment family of products for all in Karamoja at no cost and we will encourage all in the region to share this valuable resource.  if together, we can improve the  health, education, training and the added opportunities for all to grow their business than we will have done a  good thing for the region and it's people.

We call our grassroots approach, Common Sense Capacity Building, driven by  inspired people in the community ,inspired volunteers globally  and the effective and creative use of technology to  both gain reach from a selling and  marketing perspectives as well as  for the deliver  of new services using the expanding cloud.   Kara-tunga is well on it's way, Cloud Empowerment is in flight and with  the rollout of the CE Platform  across the region,  we are well on our way of   seeing, Karamoja, Leading Africa Forward