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FAWE in Uganda
FAWE in Uganda
As the FAWE Executive Director Dr. Codou Diaw and executive members meet with donors, partners and Friends of FAWE (FoF) all around the world to talk about FAWE’s work and hopes, the communication team is in the field capturing pictures of beneficiaries and collecting stories of human interest. Read More >
Girls
Girls' Education Movement promotes schooling for vulnerable children in Uganda
KYENJOJO DISTRICT, Uganda, 19 April 2010 – Peace Margaret Atwooki, 14, is back in school after a four-year absence. Read More >
Primary school: Girls beat boys in literacy
Uganda, 6 May 2007 – AFTER years of battling to increase the literacy level of girls in Uganda, a report indicates some achievements in the area. Read More >
Uganda to expand back-to-school campaign to war-affected north
Uganda, 6 May 2007 – AFTER years of battling to increase the literacy level of girls in Uganda, a report indicates some achievements in the area. Read More >
Uganda launches education campaign for war-affected children
Uganda launches education campaign for war-affected children
NEW YORK, USA, 15 February 2007 – UNICEF Uganda and its partners have put education in the spotlight this week with the launch of their ‘Go to school, back to school, stay in school’ campaign to help 1.3 million children get primary education in the country’s conflict-affected north and northeast. Read More >
Prossy’s story: Teen resumes her education after two years in captivity in northern Uganda
Prossy’s story: Teen resumes her education after two years in captivity in northern Uganda
GULU, Uganda, 2 January 2007 – At 15, Prossy Anena is a typical Ugandan girl. She has just finished primary school, she helps her mother pick sweet potatoes and she cooks for her six siblings. Read More >
School access a challenge for girls at camps in northern Uganda
School access a challenge for girls at camps in northern Uganda
PABBO CAMP, Acholi Region, Uganda, 19 December 2006 – Christine Lawil remembers vividly the day that the LRA came to her village near Pawel, Uganda. “My husband was working in our garden and the rebels attacked the village,” she says. “They beat him and then killed him.” Read More >
Uganda: Why the classroom still eludes Karimojong girls
Uganda: Why the classroom still eludes Karimojong girls
13 September 2006 - Christine Lamuria, 11, and Lucy Nate, 13, primary three pupils of Naitakwae Primary School in Moroto district, are saddened by the possibility that the Karimojong deep-rooted cultural beliefs might shatter their dreams of becoming nurses when they complete school. Read More >
Girls’ education movement in Uganda helps girls – and boys – stay in school
Girls’ education movement in Uganda helps girls – and boys – stay in school
KASESE DISTRICT, Uganda, 12 May 2006 – Sylvia, 18, and Jonas, 14, are classmates in their final year at Kyabikere Primary School. Had it not been for Sylvia’s perseverance, the two friends living here in the rugged and verdant hills of western Uganda might not be moving on to secondary school together. Read More >
Children map a brighter future for schoolgirls in Uganda
Children map a brighter future for schoolgirls in Uganda
KAMPALA, Uganda, 13 May 2005 – As the 2005 target for gender parity in primary and secondary education comes due, children across Uganda are busily charting their nation’s progress toward education for all. Read More >

 

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