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UNATU-CTF Transform Education as 160 Teachers conclude In-Service Teacher Training

Kampala, Uganda – 21st July 2024 – The two-week INSET training programme, which ran from 8th to 19th July 2024, has successfully concluded, with 160 teachers from the districts of Lira, Dokolo, Kitgum, and Nwoya receiving comprehensive training. The training, held at Gulu Core PTC in Gulu City and Loro Core PTC in Oyam District, focused on enhancing Instructional Strategies, Leadership in Education, Learning Styles, Classroom Management, Gender Equality, and Strengthening the Union.
The programme welcomed 79 participants at Gulu Core PTC and 81 participants at Loro Core PTC. These educators engaged in sessions designed to equip them with the skills and knowledge necessary to improve educational outcomes in their respective schools.

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UNATU Leads Performance Management Training for Kaliro Headteachers

UNATU’s Kaliro branch recently organized a significant Headteachers Performance Management Workshop at Musana Vocational High School. Held on July 20, 2024, the event was facilitated by the District Education Officer (DEO), the District Inspector of Schools (DIS), the District Human Resources (HR) Officer, and the General Secretary of UNATU. Additionally, the Busoga Region Coordinator and the UNATU Branch Executive, led by the Chairperson of Kaliro, were in attendance. The workshop saw a substantial turnout of headteachers from various schools in the region.

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UNATU Holds Stakeholders Meeting to Strengthen Collaboration with HR Officers in Eastern Region

Mbale City, July 18, 2024 — The Uganda National Teachers’ Union (UNATU) organized a pivotal Regional Youth Meeting at the Elgon Palace Hotel, drawing 155 youth teachers from across the Eastern region. This event aimed to bridge the information gap among young educators, fostering leadership and advocacy within the union.

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UNATU Eastern Region Youth Teachers Embrace Leadership and Information

Mbale City, July 18, 2024 — The Uganda National Teachers’ Union (UNATU) organized a pivotal Regional Youth Meeting at the Elgon Palace Hotel, drawing 155 youth teachers from across the Eastern region. This event aimed to bridge the information gap among young educators, fostering leadership and advocacy within the union.

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UNATU Holds Stakeholders Meeting with Teso Region HR Officers

Soroti City, July 17, 2024 — The Uganda National Teachers’ Union (UNATU) hosted a significant stakeholders meeting at Tedwills in Soroti City, bringing together key players in the education sector from the Teso Region. Attendees included 12 Human Resource Officers (HROs) from various districts, 12 UNATU branch chairpersons, the General Secretary, the Vice National Chairperson, the Regional Chairperson Teso, the Simameni Project Officer Teso, and the Regional Coordinator.

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UNATU Teso Region Youth Workshop Focuses on Empowerment and Advocacy

On July 16, 2024, Soroti City became a hub of youthful energy and educational advocacy as the Uganda National Teachers’ Union (UNATU) hosted a vibrant youth workshop for the Teso Region. Bringing together youth teachers from all districts within the region, the workshop aimed to empower young educators, equip them with critical information, and reinforce their role within the union and the broader education sector.

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Week 2 of INSET Training Begins with Global and Local Support

The second week of the INSET training programme for teachers commenced with a grand opening at Gulu Core PTC in Gulu City and Loro Core PTC, Oyam District, drawing esteemed educators and dignitaries. This training, a collaborative effort between the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) and the Uganda National Teachers’ Union (UNATU), aims to enhance professional development and educational quality in Uganda.

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UNATU’s Southern Region Youth Workshop Empowers Future Leaders

The Uganda National Teachers’ Union (UNATU) hosted a transformative youth teachers’ training workshop on July 12, 2024, at the Tropic Inn Hotel in Masaka City, Southern Region. Bringing together 108 enthusiastic young educators, the event focused on fostering leadership, understanding teachers’ rights, and promoting financial literacy.

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UNATU Southern Region Stakeholders Meeting Tackles Teacher Welfare and Information Gaps

On July 11th, 2024, the Uganda National Teachers’ Union (UNATU) convened a pivotal stakeholders meeting in Masaka, aiming to address pressing issues in the education sector. The gathering included 32 participants, among them the Southern Regional Chairperson, the National Representative for Teachers with Disabilities, Branch Chairpersons, and Human Resource Officers (HROs) from various districts in the Southern Region.

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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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