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Teachers Action for Girls

published 1 March 2003 updated 1 March 2003

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Cooperating organizations
Uganda National Teachers' Union (UNATU)
Countries
Uganda
Start date
1 March 2003
End date
26 April 2021
Topics
Education for All;Gender;Health and Safety in Schools;
Description

Training school heads and teachers and empowering them to make changes in classrooms, schools and communities to address barriers to girls' education

Goals

-To enhance knowledge and skills of teachers and school heads in child-friendly environments, gender-sensitive child centered teaching methods, and non-violent classroom management practices -To mobilise parents and communities in support of education of girls -To reduce the occurrences of school related gender based violence in Ugandan public schools

Activities

-Teacher workshops -Production of resources -Community sensitization/mobilization meetings

Results

Quantitative results not available. Reports of more girls regularly attending school; more girls completing primary; protocols in places for girls who are pregnant to return to school after giving birth; a better informed school community. UNATU would have local reports at district level.

Website
http://www.unatu.org