Gender assumptions that challenge a quality education for girls in Uganda

By Hawah Nabbuye. Uganda has made significant progress in promoting girls’ education in recent years. Policies improving access and enrollment have been reformed, primary enrollment rates have increased dramatically, and more girls than ever are completing school at all levels. Policies like the Gender in Education Policy and the National Strategy for Girls’ Education highlight the importance of gender mainstreaming—Integration of gender interventions,… Continue reading Gender assumptions that challenge a quality education for girls in Uganda