Vision To make the greatest impact possible to the life chances of learners by working with educators across the country to ensure they are trained, empowered and supported to be the very best.
The kind of challenges and opportunities that learners have to be prepared to deal with in their lifetime have now become more complex and taken on global dimensions. At the heart of it is informati
ICT in Education Course for teacher focuses on Building eCompetency for Knowledge Society Development in Schools Course Vision Work with teachers and leaders in schools, ministries, and org
KAWA elearning platform is a product of a collaboration between the Association of Secondary Schools Headteachers in Uganda (ASSHU) and Makerere University Business School. It is meant for education q
working with educators across the country
Real time stats
53 Secondary Schools ICT Clubs, 12,221 Teachers and Headteachers Trained, 49 Books published, 1033 Secondary Schools impacted.
We have provided a detailed list of all the Schools and Institutions in Uganda. The effort is being made to create some websites and blogs for the schools which are able to sustain them through payment for hosting space. We are grateful to the ICT teachers who have already taken the initiative to support their schools.
From 2018 the Uganda Communications Commission and the RCDF funded KAWA to initiate and support the ICT clubs initiative in 53 selected pilot Schools throughout the country. Find the list of Schools and see what the progress being made.
Uganda hosts the largest number of refugees in Africa, and is one of the top refugee-hosting countries worldwide. More refugees continue to arrive daily, with most fleeing from extreme violence in South Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo and other conflict-affected countries.
We work in Jinja and Kamuli Districts with the highest child marriage and teenage pregnancy rates. Adolescent girls are vulnerable, and the cost of not protecting them is high. Child marriage often prevents girls from continuing their education and realising their full potential.