Secondary:300 refugee girls are supported with funding developed by Mrs.Ogata, the former head of UNHCR, and by USAID in a special programme to ensure that at least some refugee girls have access to secondary education . Under the Dutch Government programme, 2000 Ugandan young people who have suffered at the hands of LRA have been supported at secondary schools in Northern Uganda, and the schools are being strengthened to provide better educational provision to the whole community
Vocational scholarship programme; this project started in January 2010 and it was critical in filling the gap of need for para-professionals for the refugee youth that are not very academic and secondary education for future tertiary training.
Twenty (20) new scholarships in senior 1 were awarded for 2011 bringing the number of secondary school beneficiaries to 189, with an additional 13 at post-primary and 15 at post secondary vocational level training.
UN Joint Population Plan (JPP): WTU has been working with the UNHCR Kampala on a project to support 60 refugee youth to get Technical skills training for a period of 2 years. The beneficiaries were selected from the most populous settlements of Nakivale, Kyangwali and Kyaka II. The kind of courses to be supported will include Motor vehicle mechanics, plumbing, building and concrete practice, carpentry, primary teacher training, tailoring and garment cutting among others.
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