Ketty Driciru heads the education programme at Arua Youth Development Initiative (AYDI), a FICH partner organisation based in West Nile implementing community learning program. The initiative is supported by Grassroots Nest for Innovations and Change(GRiC) in collaboration with FICH.
At least 16,000 children were targeted in the three-day house- hold-based assessment. The participants were picked from Maracha, Oyam, Agago, Nabilatuk, Kampala, Wakiso, Mubende, Butambala, Kyank- wanzi, Jinja, Tororo, Bukedea, and Buikwe districts. Others are Buyende, Kasese, Kagadi, Ntungamo, Rukungiri,
Schools in Lango and West Nile sub-regions are using a remedial teaching programme as part of strategies to improve learning outcomes in post Covid-19 era. Pupils attending a remedial lesson at Aloni Primary school in Oyam District Read more
Project Coordinator | CBO Strengthening Program Location of Post: Oyam, with regular travel to partners across Northern Uganda & West NileOrganization: FICH’s profileFoundation for Inclusive Community Help (FICH) is a vibrant indigenous grassroots organization withits main offices are based
Aloni Learning Center During the closure of schools in Uganda due to Covid-19 pandemic, there was a countrywide learning crisis. Pupils were not developing the foundational learning and skills that they need to be able to complete seven years