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Curriculum change in Uganda: Teachers in Kasese, undergo training

By Joackim Kukle

A section of Nursery Teachers in Kasese district is currently undergoing a three – day training course on how to implement the new curriculum.

The training that has attracted 60 participants is ongoing at Rwenzori Elvrum Image Nursery and Primary School in Kasese town.

Speaking to rwenzoridaily.com, Ibrahim Kirindiro, the Spokesperson for the TANGU UTOTO Foundation that has organized the training explained that they intend to introduce the new skills to the teachers so that they are empowered to holistically teach the learners not only for examination purposes but also the life skills development.

Kirindiro also noted that in addition to introducing skills, they also sensitize the community members especially the parents about the need to feed their children on nutritious foods so as to fight the problem of malnutrition.

Fatuma Musoki, one of the participants from Redeemer Primary School in Kirembe Cell says she is optimistic that the knowledge acquired from the training will help her effectively teach the learners as she returns back to school the following term.  

Timothy Kule Sibitsomwa, another participant from God Gives Nursery School from Burandia in Mahango Sub County pledged to extend the knowledge acquired from the training to promote the gospel of nutrition in the community that he comes from.

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