Schools in Uganda
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The Aga Khan Schools in Uganda
The Aga Khan schools in Uganda were established, in the early 1930s, in over 20 villages and towns, including Masaka, Mbale, Jinja and Mbarara.
Over the years the schools have come to be recognised as quality institutions of learning, providing education from the nursery to secondary level. A total student population of around 1,500 children are taught by 120 full-time teaching staff, who are supported by part-time and volunteer educators.