May 18, 2024
Expo Innovations & Awards

Education Expo To Discuss Vocational Training

By Martin Kitubi The acting head of the Directorate of Industrial Training (DIT), Patrick Byakatonda, has urged parents and students to attend the New Vision Education Expo, which starts this Friday. He says the expo will help you better understand the lower secondary curriculum and the opportunities in vocational training. The education is planned to take place […]

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Innovations & Awards

Why The Education Expo Is A Must-Attend

By Pascal Kwesiga and Nelson Kiva If you are a parent or a guardian, you will know that a lot of research goes into finding the right school for your child. You browse schools’ websites and seek recommendations from friends to get the most suitable school for your child. But none of these is better […]

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How To Protect Children From Accidents

This article was first published in New Vision on June 4, 2014 By S. Van Heusen As I am driving around town in Kampala, I see children on their way to school subjected to such danger that it sends shivers down my spine. Why am I seeing children in the front seat of cars without […]

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How Children Can Use Internet Productively

By Maureen Nakatudde The first thing Roses Kirabo, 13, does when she wakes up is open her tablet computer. She opens various websites and gets absorbed in digital media. “She wants to be online all the time,” Mary Namuddu, her mother, says. “When I assign her work around the house, she is always hesitant to […]

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Chevening Scholarships Up For Grabs

This article was first published in New Vision in August 2022 Kellen Owente The UK government has encouraged more Ugandans to apply for its global scholarship programme – Chevening. On August 2, the UK government opened the application round for the Chevening scholarship scheme for the next academic year. Over 1,500 individuals across the world […]

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