What is ASPNet?
UNESCO Associated Schools Project (ASPnet) is an international network of schools. It was launched in 1953 and is one of the world's most unique and largest networks consisting of more than 8000 institutions in 177 countries.
This is in response to your inquiry about Unatcom's participation in the Young Professional Programme(YPP). Uganda is not eligible for the Young Professional Programme in Unesco because as a country we have reached the maximum required number of staffs at the head quarter.
The Head teacher of one of our best ASPnet schools, Mr. Hamuza Kabugo is visiting the partner schools in Germany. He is sharing good practices with them. The school has been awarded "Schule der Zukunft" which means : School for the future. The award ceremony took place in Germany. It is an award for good practices in Sustainable development.
The International Poetry Prize Castello di Duino and the World Youth Forum Right to Dialogue are organized as part of the more comprehensive project Poetry and Solidarity, Language of Peoples.
A SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN THE GERMAN BONHOEFFER-GYMNASIUM AND THE UGANDAN IKIRAH EDUCATION CENTRE.
"When the partnership to the German secondary school Bonhoeffer-Gymnasium was established in 2012, it first seemed like a big dream,ˇ±Mr. KabuguHamuza, the head teacher of the Ugandan primary school in the Lwengo district, remembered.
What is Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)?\r\n
Education for Sustainable Development means including key sustainable development issues into teaching and learning; for example, climate change, disaster risk reduction, biodiversity, poverty reduction, and sustainable consumption.
What is STEP?\r\n
STEP (Student Training For Entrepreneurial Promotion) aims at providing business skills to the youth in tertiary education system, that may help them upon graduation to become entrepreneurs and job creators rather than job seekers.