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Centre for Lifelong Learning on October 21, 2011 graduated 22 learners who successfully completed their short course leading to the award of Certificate in Public Administration and Management of Makerere University. The course which was in line with the CLL motto, “taking Makerere University to the communities and bringing the communities to Makerere University” ran...
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  The interim members of GKIHS will on Tuesday November 8, 2011, organize a half day seminar to sensitize fresh students pursuing Diploma in Project Planning and Management at the School of Distance and Lifelong Learning (SoDLL), College of Education and External Studies (CEES). The seminar shall take place in SoDLL Lecture Theatre from 2.00...
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  MAKERERE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND EXTERNAL STUDIES MEDIA DAY 15 DEC 2011 THEME: UNVEILING THE INNOVATIVE POWER AT MAKERERE UNIVERSITY The Makerere University College of Education and External Studies will on Thursday 15th December 2011 at 12p.m hold a press briefing and exhibition to showcase its latest innovations to the media and general...
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  Centre for Lifelong Learning (CLL) to launch Golden Key International Honour Society Uganda- a university mentorship program. In the coming months, the CLL will launch a mentorship program for students and academics of Makerere University. The CLL through its Coordinator Dr Willy Ngaka and CEES student leaders is currently chartering Makerere University into the...
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Project Update With support from British Council and DFID, the School of Distance and Lifelong Learning is undertaking a GBP 60,000 project on enhancing parents’/community members’ capability to understand and act upon issues which prevent children from completing primary education and progressing into secondary. The three year project focuses on the importance of educating girls...
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School of Education with funding from British Council /DFID is working on a capacity building project for teachers in post conflict northern Uganda. The 23 year old armed conflict in Northern Uganda has left students and teachers traumatized. Schools lack formal training mechanisms in peace building needed to manage the traumatized students, teachers and parents....
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