Infrastructural Development

Buildings, classrooms, laboratories, and equipment- education infrastructure – are crucial elements of learning environments in schools and universities. There is strong evidence that high-quality infrastructure facilitates better instruction, improves learner outcomes, and reduces dropout rates, among other benefits.[i] At WIU, our commitment to providing Quality Education and Training means that we also emphasise the learning […]

Community Technology Access Centres

WIU runs 2 CTA centres to enable refugee youth access to ICT training and information. For refugees, access to ICT can be key to broadening education and livelihoods opportunities. The CTA program is an initiative to leverage ICT to deliver these opportunities to refugees and other persons affected by conflict. Over 300 youth have access […]

Vocational Skills Training

At WIU we are very cognisant of the value of Vocational Skills training as an alternative pathway to not only employment but sustainable livelihoods and able populations. WIU currently manages  two Vocational training institutes in Kiryandongo and Nakivale Refugee Settlements, these serve both refugee and non-refugee populations. The centres also support the Vocationalisation of Secondary […]

Refugee and host community education management

REFUGEE AND HOST COMMUNITY EDUCATION MANAGEMENT is the largest program in Windle International Uganda. It involves actual administration of schools including hiring and remuneration of teachers at pre-primary, primary and post primary institutions in the settlements, as well as Infrastructure development, where we construct classroom blocks, latrines, teachers’ accommodation, libraries and dormitories to improve the […]