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Health Tutors' College Mulago

The Belgian Technical Cooperation (commonly known as BTC) is the development agency of the Belgian Government. Through BTC, the Belgian Government gets to channel its support to the Uganda Government. In one of its bilateral agreements for supporting Uganda, the Belgian Government gave the Uganda government a grant towards a co-funded project for “Improving the training for BTVET technical teachers/instructors, health tutors and secondary teachers – UGA 09 020 11”. This 5-year € 19.254.636 project, code-named the Training and Education (TTE) project was signed in December 2011 (Belgian contribution: €17.504.636, and Ugandan contribution € 1.750.000). The project is jointly executed by MoES and the Belgian Development Agency and is implemented as TIET-TTE project.

TTE project objectives

The objective of the intervention is to provide an improved teaching and practice-oriented learning environment, supported by a strengthened support supervision and visitation (inspection) service. To reach this objective, the project defined a strategy that addresses four areas:

    • Strengthening the teacher education system in relation to the colleges in the areas of communication, support supervision and visitation, strategic management and lecturers’ qualifications (Result 1);
    • Strengthening the management capacity of the supported colleges (Result 2);
    • Improving the quality of teaching and learning in the supported colleges (Result 3);
    • Rehabilitating, extending and equipping the college facilities (Result 4).

TTE project location

The project intervention focused at central level (MOES, Universities and other relevant national bodies) and in four colleges:

    • National Teachers College Kaliro: secondary teachers’ education
    • National Teachers College Muni: secondary teachers’ education
    • Abilonino Community Polytechnic Instructors College: technical instructors’ education
    • Mulago Health Tutors College: health tutors’ education

TTE project beneficiaries

Direct beneficiaries:

      • Education managers and Academic staff of the 4 Colleges
      • Education managers and policy makers of the MOES

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Indirect beneficiaries:

Students of the 4 Colleges
Academic staff and students of secondary & vocational institutions In general, the results are being achieved and realized through capacity building at system (central) level, organizational (college) level and individual level (managers and teachers).

The results are being paralleled by rehabilitation of old, and construction of new facilities in the colleges as seen in HTC’s brand new pedagogic block here.

However, five other non-TTE colleges which also train teacher educators for the secondary and BTVET sectors were incorporated along the way to benefit in some of the intervention areas.

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THE PEDAGOGICAL BUILDING

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THE COLLEGE BUS

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A STATE OF THE ART LIBRARY

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