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Vocationalisation Of Secondary Education

Besides the mainstream education structures, WIU has “vocationalised” secondary education. Through this initiative, students attain vocational skills alongside secondary education.  As a result, the students leave secondary education equipped with entrepreneurial skills that they can put to use. Those that may drop out of school leave with professional qualifications awarded by the Directorate of Industrial Training (DIT).

Double Shift Schooling System

WIU is implementing the Double Shift Schooling System (DSSS) in 27 primary schools within Kyangwali, Imvepi, Rhino Camp, Palabeck-Lamwo, Palorinya-Obongi and Nakivale reaching out to 56,102 learners. The Double Shift School System (DSSS) is an approach where a school has two shifts each day, with one group of learners -studying early in the day and a second group later in the afternoon to reduce overcrowding in classrooms. This has expanded access to education by carefully and equitably sharing available resources among a larger group of learners. It has enabled a higher transition and absorption of students into primary education, ensuring that fewer refugee children are left behind.

Scholarships
DAFI Scholarship Program
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The Postgraduate Scholarship
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Scholarships for Persons with Special Needs(PSNs) And Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVCs)
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The Student Refugee Program (Canada)
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Help us change lives !

You can help provide an education to people forced to flee by donating today! All donations go directly to making a difference in the lives of refugees.
Your contribution will help a refugee or displaced person who would not otherwise have the opportunity to pursue their education or training.

US $53

This can help provide a school uniform and scholastic materials for a primary child studying within the Refugee Settlements!

US$ 100

This can help provide tuition and fees for one term for a child with special needs to study in a specialized school!

US $200

This can help provide a living allowance/pocket money for one university student for one semester!

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Thread alert: Applications for our current scholarship opportunity close at the end of this week (Sunday 5th Feb 2023). If you're currently living in #Sudan or #SouthSudan (#refugees and nationals both welcome) please hurry up and apply now!
https://www.windle.org.uk/apply-now-postgraduate-programme

You can find out more by visiting our website - full eligibility criteria and online application form (the only way to apply) can be found here:
https://lnkd.in/ea_wZc5S

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The programme is to study at Master's level only (no PhD, no Diploma, no undergraduate) but there is no age limit to these scholarships, and we're interested to hear from people of all ages, genders and backgrounds.

(Eligibility criteria: https://bit.ly/3DudopD)

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