NUDIPU successfully rolled out module 4 which is also the final module for OPDs to district union members, Councillors for persons with disabilities, Parents of children with disabilities, PTAs and SMCs in the 8 districts of; Yumbe, Moyo, Gulu, Amuru, Luuka, Mayuge, Wakiso and Mpigi aimed at supporting the District Unions develop sustainability strategies for inclusive education implementation now and after the phasing out of the Programme.
245 participants, 163 male and 82 female were trained on the advocacy manual and strategic plans out of which; 45 were males and 28 were females with disabilities, District Education Officers, local council five chairpersons, District Speakers, district planners, inspectors of schools, community development officers, implementing partners, head teachers of the old, new pilot schools including those of the new secondary pilot schools in which NUDIPU will be moving to, representatives of parents of children living with disabilities, local leaders and religious leaders.
NUDIPU is expanding its implementation of inclusive education to secondary schools to facilitate the transition of learners that are finishing primary education. The selected pilot secondary schools include; Kigandalo secondary school (Mayuge), Moyo senior secondary school (Moyo), St. Muggaga senior secondary school (Mpigi), Kiyunga senior secondary school (Luuka), Kei Seed secondary school (Yumbe), Palaro Seed secondary school, Pabo senior secondary school (Amuru), Nsangi secondary school (Wakiso).
NUDIPU rolled out module 5 to the in-service teachers in the NFA district of Sheema and Kamwenge, in the six schools that include, Ishekye Primary school, Bugongi central Primary school, Kagazi primary school, Kamwenge Primary school, Malele Primary school and Rwamwanjja Primary school. The module was about building teachers capacity to develop Individual education plans for learners with special learning needs.