FAWE Uganda contact details
Coordinator: Mrs. Martha Muhwezi
Chair: Ms. Rose Izizinga.
Address:FAWE Uganda Chapter
Plot 328, Maguluhane Bukoto
P O Box 24117
Tel. (256) 414-236863
Email: email@example.com; Mbabazi8@yahoo.co.uk;firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Skype: Martha Muhwezi
Population (millions) 31.6
Population Growth Rate (%) 3.3
HIV Prevalence Rate, ages 15-49 (%) 6.5
Human Development Index (HDI) Rank: 143
Primary Gross Enrollment Rate (%)
Primary Completion Rate (%)
Secondary Net Enrollment Rate (%)
Vocational and Technical (% of secondary enrolment) (%)
Tertiary Gross Enrollment Ratio (%)
Adult Literacy Rate (%)
Financing of education
Public Education Spending (% of Government Spending) 18.9
Source: World Bank Education Statistics. Last updated April 2008
FAWE’S Action on the ground
• Members of Ministry of Education National Task Force on gender
* Actively participated and influenced the drafting of the Ministry of Education and Sports gender policy
• Participated in the review of by-laws for children’s protection
• Reviewed FEMS a guidelines for integration into EFA NAPs
• Trained a core team to ensure gender mainstreaming in EFA NAPS
• Strong links with Ministry of Education in EFA gender mainstreaming
• Strong links with Ministry of Education in Education Sector review/Dissemination of re-entry policy for teenage mothers
* Campaigned and lobbied govt to recruit more female science teachers.
* Sensitized and trained teachers in gender responsive pedagogy.
• Radio campaigns on girls’ education
• Program of role models for enhancement of girls’ education and documented it as best practice for influencing the education of girls.
• Awareness creation and mobilization of local communities to support and promote girls’ education
• FAWE Uganda is a member and Co-chair of the UNGEI Advisory Committee (UUAC)
• The Chapter is actively involved in the Global Campaign for Education
•Bursary scheme over 2,500 pupils benefit annually
• Life skills training and mentoring programmes for both girls and boys
• Girls and boys mentored by both peer mentors and adult mentors and inspired to work hard and achieve better results.
• Supports Child mothers with practical and entrepreneur skills for their survival and their family.
• Participated in launch of Girls’ Education movement (GEM)
• Trained 73 teachers in 14 schools on life skills teaching methodologies through use of SARA Communications
• Twinning best performing urban schools with poor rural schools through sharing of best practices