This monitoring was carried out during the last week of September 2014. Despite the short period of implementation, the findings of the monitoring exercise are impressive because all the schools monitored have already started on a number of activities such as; established girls clubs with elected executive members, held radio talk shows by some schools like... Read More
We are pleased to announce the Commonwealth Secretariat Results for Scholarships tenable in the United Kingdom in the year 2016. I am sure that the Commonwealth Secretariat has already contacted the successful candidates. The results are attached to this email and please join us at FAWE RS in celebrating the Awardees. Overall we managed to have 11 of our 47 shortlisted applicants selected by the Commonwealth Secretariat Commission to study in universities of their choice in the UK . Among the 11 selected applicants;
- One applicant has been kept on hold pending queries from the Commonwealth Secretariat
- One applicant was selected but withdrew after accepting another scholarship offer.
- One applicant is a priority reserve
- 8 applicants are sure to received their awards.
In terms of country representation 9 Kenyans were selected, 1 Zimbabwean and 1 Ugandan.
As part of the efforts to supplement Government policy on the teaching of Science and Mathematics, FAWE Uganda since 2012 is one of the Chapters that has been participating in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fair competitions. STEM is an initiative that is supported by INTEL through FAWE Regional Secretariat..Read More
Training of Pupils on CEDAW Provisions
Under the project, the school club leaders from the 9 schools located in 3 districts of Tororo, Luwero and Lira were trained on CEDAW. The total number of student leaders trained was 85 (54 female and 31 male). In addition, awareness creation among teachers and children was done using the CEDAW children's manual. A total of 151 students (99 female and 52 male) and 36 teachers (18 female, 18 male) selected from 3 secondary schools and 6 primary schools participated in the training. As part of awareness creation, a webpage on CEDAW has been created within FAWEU website. Read More...