Ajonye Loice attained the Change Agent Training in 1997 in Koboko district where the first groups of Change Agents were trained. She is a single parent who lost her husband in 1995. She is a hardworking and determined woman despite her advanced age. Loice has managed to pay tuition fee for her children who are in secondary schools and tertiary institutions alone.
After the Change Agent Training, Loice received wide publicity and recognition in her Sub-County of Lobule which is one of the most fertile and alluvial places in Koboko district and probably, the food basket of Koboko district and neighbouring district of Yumbe.
Because of her zeal, potential and voluntary spirit, Loice has been elected to very many leadership positions at both Sub-County and District of Koboko. Currently, she is the coordinator of Functional Adult Literacy (FAL) in her County of Lobule which has 22 centres, as well as a member of Board of Directors for Koboko Civil Society network.
In the health sector, being part of the village health team, Ajonye has on several occasions taken part together with her fellow health staff to participate in immunization exercises at Lobule health centre. She is a community based farmer at Padrombo as well as a demonstration farmer for goat rearing project in her parish.Loice attributes all these opportunities that opened her to the world to the Change Agent Training. She confesses to have realized a tremendous social, economic and spiritual empowerment after the Change Agent Training and still continues to feel the spirit of transformation living within her, enabling her to continue mastering the challenges of life. She appreciates the knowledge provided by Uganda Change Agent Association.