This year 2014, another 20 Karamoja Beneficiaries have been awarded scholarships for University Education. The scholarship caters for full tuition fees, scholastic materials and basic needs. Under the Higher Education Scholarship, Irish Aid offers 20 scholarships for 20 students with applications from any recognized University, who have studied and lived in Karamoja. These students are selected according to merit, level of vulnerability and choice of course admitted for in the University.
Schools are quite excited about the ICT intervention which they say has empowered them to acquire computer skills and improve the general operations at the schools level. For example in Apele Primary School, four teachers had been trained and one teacher sought additional training in computer skills. He is currently able to operate the computer with minimal difficulty. In fact, one observation made was that teachers from Apele P/S were able to operate the computers with a lot of ease.....Read More
The Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE) together with Intel launched the All Africa Girls STEM Competition aimed at enhancing girls’ interest, participation and performance in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects and to help the girls pursue careers in these fields The inaugural competition took place in Nairobi from 13th – 14th August 2014 and featured a......Read More
I greet you in the name of the good Lord almighty. I was a FAWEU beneficiary from 2012 - 2013 in Gombe SS. Am so grateful to FAWEU for supporting me when I had little hope to continue with my A'Level education. Am happy to inform you that I managed to get 19 points in U.A.C.E
I have been admitted at Makerere University on Government Scholarship with Mechanical Engineering. All this success would not have come without FAWEU's help and GOD's guidance.
I truly thank you from the bottom of my heart.
The results of the Commonwealth scholarships tenable in the UK for 2014/2015 are out!
We are pleased to announce that out of the 336 scholarships awarded in the commonwealth countries, FAWE successfully secured ten of them!
The following candidates were directly contacted by the Commission and have already received the good news:
Ms. Christine Nafula Wanjala, Ms. Herine Adhiambo Otieno, Dr. Rachael Aida Ayanga, Ms. Ruth Muigai, Ms. Eunice Obuler, Ms. Tawachi Nyasulu, Ms. Josephine Ninsiima, Dr. Grace Miriam Ahimbisibwe.
Selected but awaiting feedback:
1. Ms. Rose Muyendo, Okilo Shikuri
2. Dr. Stellah Fiona Nakitto
Kampala, 24th March 2014: FAWE Uganda has today launched the 5th FAWEU National Girls’ Education Week under the theme “Educate a girl, eliminate teenage pregnancy”, with a view of raising funds to help bright disadvantaged girls go to University. The Girls’ Education week (GEW) is an initiative that was started by FAWEU in 2009 as an annual event whose aim is to .Read More
FAWEU in partnership with Ministry of Education and with support from the African Development Bank (ADB) Education IV project has awarded 125 scholarships to vulnerable children under FAWEU’s scholarship programme.
The aim of the bursary scheme is to increase access to quality secondary education for economically underprivileged students who have great academic potential. The Ministry of Education with support from ADB extended a grant to FAWEU to enable her recruit 125 students in S.5 2014 to benefit from this scholarship. Project schools include; Nabisunsa Girls’ School, St. Katherine Secondary..........Read More
Mr. Ogwal Simon is the head teacher of Amolatar Primary School, a UPE school that has been the best performing school in the district for the past three years. Mr. Ogwal attributes the performance of his school to his decision to take seriously everything he learned from Quality Educators’ training. He particularly pointsout the training and handbook in Performance Management distributed by Quality Educators’ Project...Read More