Ugandan development aspirations require that its national science, technology and innovation (STI) plans and programmes make an effective contribution to its social and economic development. Strengthening national innovation performance is required to improve the competitiveness of Ugandan firms and industries competing in the global economy.
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Students solve nutrition challenges in refugee settlement schools
The scene was frenzied. Students were all about the compound akin to busy bees. I took interest in a stout and well-built young man. His...Read More
Institutional benchmarking & partnership formation towards career development and advocacy for TVET
Uganda has Africa’s youngest population. The youth population has a high unemployment rate and stands at a level between 64% and 70%, (https://wwwacodeu.org ) as...Read More
Completing the secondary schools science improvement 2022
This year’s science fairs were held under the theme; “Science and Enterprise in addressing the COVID-19 global challenge”. The participating schools held exhibitions on their...Read More
Completing Development of the Laboratory Standard Operating Procedures Manual & Training LAB Staff on its use
Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) examination release reports at O and A levels report poor performance rates in science subjects. The major cause is attributed...Read More