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Connecting classroom theory to real life skills application through community based initiatives

Connecting classroom theory to real life skills application through community based initiatives

Working through a partnership, Clarke International University together with Uganda Sickle Cell Rescue Foundation (USCRF) provides a platform where students get hands on experience in community activities organized to promote sickle cell awareness. The community activities help students transform theory into practice through the provision of regular structured and supervised opportunities for applying and testing knowledge, skills and attitudes. In addition, these initiatives also offer real life experience to problems and issues to trigger student thinking and active participation.  

Speaker recognises Dr Ian Clarke and Ms Rose Nanyonga

Speaker recognises Dr Ian Clarke and Ms Rose Nanyonga

KAMPALA- The Speaker of Parliament, Ms Rebecca Kadaga, has criticised government planning for failing to align with the critical needs of the country. The Speaker made the remarks in relation to the education sector, which, according to her, is paramount in creating human resource capacity of Ugandans.