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UNATU Regional stakeholder’s meeting in West Nile: Strengthening Bonds with HROs

A regional stakeholder’s meeting was held on July 10th, 2024, at the Catholic Center Cafeteria, Christ the King Parish in Arua City, West Nile region. The meeting brought together 32 participants inclusive of Human Resource Officers (HROs) from various districts in West Nile, along with the General Secretary of UNATU, the National Secretary for Planning and Organizing, and the Branch Chairpersons of the West Nile region.

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CTF-UNATU INSET PROGRAM 2024 LAUNCHED

On 8th July 2024, the INSET Programme officially commenced its first week with great enthusiasm, thanks to the collaborative efforts of UNATU and the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF). This initiative, known for its comprehensive Continuous Professional Development courses, is set to empower 80 dedicated educators across two key locations: Gulu Core PTC in Gulu City and Loro Core PTC in Oyam District.

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Inspiring solutions: UNATU’s Go back to School Campaign Gains Traction in Kyesiiga Sub County

On the 6th and 7th of June 2024, Uganda National Teachers’ Union (UNATU) through the Kyesiiga Child labour Social Dialogue project supported by Education International (EI); facilitated School Child Rights Clubs to embark on a significant school community engagement.

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Revolutionizing Education in Karamoja: Bridging the Gap through ICT Training for Teachers

A transformative ICT training session was recently conducted for teachers in Moroto and Nakapiripirit districts as part of the Work No Child’s Business (WNCB) project. The training, held from May 12th to 13th in Moroto and from May 14th to 15th in Nakapiripirit, aimed to empower teachers with essential ICT skills to meet the demands

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MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SECRETARY, WOMEN AFFAIRS TO COMMEMORATE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY 2024

The theme for International Women’s Day 2024 is “Accelerating Gender Equality through Women Economic Empowerment.”

As you may be aware, Women’s economic empowerment is essential to achieving women’s rights and gender equality. Commonly defined, Women’s economic empowerment means ensuring women can equally participate in and benefit from decent work and social protection; access markets and have control over resources, their own time, lives, and bodies; and increased voice, agency, and meaningful participation in economic decision-making at all levels from the household to international institutions. When more women work, economies grow.

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Proudly UNATU: Committed, Connected and Accountable to the members

The theme for the new term of office (2021-2026) is “Proudly UNATU: Committed, Connected and Accountable to the members.”  P: Proudly UNATU  C: Committed to the members’ cause  C: Connected to the members  A: Accountable to the members  PCCA is the guiding principle for all our actions moving forward.  At all times, we are proud

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