Windle International Uganda create opportunities for youth who have completed primary education (PLE) to access Secondary Education. Windle is reaching 270,897 students both Ugandan Nationals and refugees.

Providing Access to Quality Secondary Education

Windle International Uganda has a Home in Mawanda Road, Mulago Hill, Kamwokya Plot 726, off Church Road, Kampala - Uganda.

Windle Home in Uganda

(as of June 2020) Enrolment in ECD is at 21,266
Enrolment in Primary Education is at 208,166
Enrolment in Secondary Education is at 11,327

Management of Refugees Education in Uganda

The Uganda Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development and have already geocoded 569 projects from 38 different donors identifying more than 2,500 project locations.

Increasing Access to Girl-child Education in Uganda

Windle International Uganda empowers students enrolled in secondary schools not to only attain acadmemic qualification but to also have a certificate in a practical trade when they finish O'level. 

Vocationalisation of Secondary Education in Uganda
Refugees Education
Refugee Education in Uganda
Refugee scholarship
The 8 WIU UK Masters Students 2018/2019 with the Executive Director, James Aryam.
WIU UK Master Students 2018
Refugee Education in Uganda
A refugee teacher in Luru Primary School attends to children outside classroom in Luru Primary Schoolin Moyo district, Uganda.

WIU Engages Refugee Teachers in Refugees Education:

 Windle International Uganda is a registered NGO whose primary mission is to equip refugees and persons affected by conflict  to meet the challenges of development through providing access to quality education, training, and employment opportunities by advocacy and direct programming. Windle International Uganda leads the way in providing access quality education and training  from eacrly Childhood right upto postgraduate level, we help people fulfil their potential, lead fulfilling lives, and contribute to sustainable developemnt since 1996.

Through education a child is taught to live his life by developing his mind and equipping him to deal with reality through theoretical  and practical training  to think,  understand and integrate this learning into a meaningful and impactful life. Education truly has the potential to transform society and this is what fuels our commitment to serve the communities we work in.