Why is a book of poetry, The Songs of Kiguli so terribly important to bright and inquiring minds living in the rural areas of Uganda?
The Kiguli Army School was originally founded to provide an inexpensive education to the children of soldiers in the Ugandan Army. At inception it was registered as a Universal Primary Education school or UPE. UPEs were set up by the government of Uganda to provide free primary-level education to children across the country. Registration does not mean that the operating costs of the school are covered. Books, stationary, school meals, and much of the salaries paid to teachers and administrators are not covered.
The cost of teacher salaries was not supported by the government until 2001 since the ministry of education had difficulty locating the registration number. From the organization of the school until 2001, the teachers were paid out of the army’s “Rational Cash…
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