Education for all in the conflict zones of Uganda: Opportunities, Challenges and a Way Forward

In October 2002, the Ministry of Education and Sports in Uganda took the decision to extend effective education and psychosocial support to all children in the war-affected areas, including those considered inaccessible by international aid agencies. USAID, already funding a number of key initiatives for education, health, and well being in Uganda as a whole and the conflict areas in particular, made this rapid assessment possible through its Basic Education Policy Support program (BEPS) in order to facilitate efforts to extend immediate and medium-term support to those areas that are most underserved.

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