Willy Ngaka who was one September 2016 CONFINTEA Scholars with UIL holds a PhD from UKZN and is the Coordinator, Makerere University Centre for Lifelong Learning in Uganda.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Equity, Participation and Opportunity: A Critical Look at the 1.5 Points Female Access Scheme of Makerere University in Uganda

This paper examines social inclusion in higher education in Uganda with reference to the extra 1.5-point female students’ access scheme in Makerere University.

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The Contribution of Literacy Activities to Natural Resources Management (NRM): Experiences from the Uganda Rural Literacy and Community Development Association (URLCODA)

This paper describes the impact literacy activities of a local NGO has on natural resources management practices of some local communities in Arua district, Uganda.

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Co-operative Learning in a Universal Primary Education System: Focus on Aroi Primary School in Arua District, Uganda

This paper discusses cooperative learning within a universal primary education system with reference to the experiences of Aroi primary school in Arua district, Uganda.

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Illiteracy, Participation and Feminisation of Poverty: A Critique of Uganda‘s Plan for Modernisation of Agriculture (PMA) from a Literacy Perspective

This paper examines the extent to which the rural subsistence farmers in Uganda actively participate in government’s poverty eradication initiatives, with specific reference to the Plan for Modernization of Agriculture.

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Intergenerational Learning in URLCODA’s Literacy Classes in Uganda: An Examination of its Motivation, Methods and Materials

This paper examines the methods and materials used in an intergenerational learning of URLCODA’s literacy classes and the motivational factors that attracts and sustains the interests of the key players.

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Community Involvement in Education for Performance Improvement in Primary Schools in Aroi Sub County, Arua District, Uganda: Achievements, Challenges, and the Way forward

This paper examines the concept of community involvement in education being experimented in certain selected districts in Uganda, with emphasis on Aroi Sub County, Arua district.

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Analyzing the Dynamics in a Local Self-help Group’s Initiative to Improve Rural Livelihoods in Mbale District, Uganda

In this paper, we examine the processes and forces at play in a local self-help development initiative for promoting sustainable management of natural resources for secure livelihoods in Mbale district.

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Exploring Formal and Non-formal Education Practices for Integrated and Diverse Learning Environments in Uganda

This paper explores opportunities for linking formal and non-formal education in Uganda with a view to helping learners acquire and sustain productive skills need for wealth creation and sustainable livelihoods.

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