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Students' Competitions

  1. Annual Student Centered Competitions themed on the GIS’s ‘ERC’ principles..

  • The Art Competition.

The Secondary School Students' Art Competition on Girl Child Child Education.
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  • The Debate Competition.

Pupils' Debate Competition on Girl Child Education.
The First Annual East African Students' Debate Competition on Girl Child Education is here for 2018. 

Students' Scholastic Advocacy

  • Business focused production of Scholastic materials for students like books, pens, pencils etc. with simple to understand ‘ERC’ principled advocacy massages.

  • Here we produce products like books, pens, and other materials.

  • The materials are all sold with a percentage profit saving for supporting the girls be in school. This is through saving 100 Ugandan Shillings for every book sold so as to support the needy girls who lack scholastic materials.

Material and Financial Support.

  • Many girls would have all the opportunities and wills to be in school, but lack the materials to support them be. It’s here that we come in to offer what little our savings can give us to help her stay and complete school.

This comes from “The 100 Uganda Shillings for her, per book sold campaign.”

  • On average, a secondary school girl needs 1 dozen of Black Books (36,000) a year and 1 dozen of pens (6,000) and pencils (1,200). A total of 43,000/= for every girl a year, if 10,000 books are sold a year, its 1,000,000/= for her it means 23 highly in need girls will be supported to stay in school. And when the sales grow, so more girls will be supported.

Community Centered Advocacy/ The Boys' Voice.

This is where the community joins/meets for topical dialogue sessions to find ways to support girls’ education, named “The Boy Talk Moment” based on our slogan. ‘where boys help’
  • These are monthly sessions organized with participation of all categories of members of the community with a concern to help her be, stay and complete school, the topics for discussion are derived from the ERC principle settings, aims and objectives.
  • Periodically, where it needs community’s leaders and change makers, they are all invited and the ides flow.
     Click below for Schedule of events.

    Call for Debate Adjudicator volunteers.

    The First Pupils' Debate Competition on Girl Child Education is here by unveiled for the year 2017, a full concept note for the competitions can be seen here.


    • The full Adjudicator Guideline information document can be seen here.

    • And the Application Form can be downloaded here. 

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    The 1st Annual East African Students’ Debate Competition on Girl Child Education 2018.

    Kampala Uganda.

     

    The project Background.

     

    According to the Statistical Abstract 2014 of the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Sports, the Net Enrollment Ratio NER 97% of the Total population of the primary Going age in Uganda, 98% are female and 96% are Male. This indicates that girls accessing Primary Education are slightly higher than boys therefore attainment of gender parity between the male and female pupils as for every 100 pupils in primary, 50 were girls.

     

    1. But then, of the total HIV and AIDS cases in primary enrollment which reaches to 0.4% of the total enrollment, Girls make 51.44% of this, which alone starts their education curve to descend. 
    2. Overall still, boys are more engaged in Co-curricular activities than girls with an average participation of 6.6% compared to 6.3% of the girls.

     

    These, and many other factors entirely contribute to the girls’ affected completion of education, this therefore calls for greatly attached interventions, like below.

     

    1. The Education 2030 Incheon Declaration and Frame work for action. SDG 4

    Target .1 ‘ By 2030, ensure that all girls and boys complete Free, Equitable and Quality  Primary and Secondary education leading to relevant and effective learning outcomes.’

     

    1. The Uganda Vision 2040, states that “Emphasis will be placed on keeping Girls in School and improving their completion rates through addressing both institutional, gender and cultural barriers in collaboration with social, cultural and community groups.” (Uganda Vision 2040 Chapter 5, Section 5.3, point 264)

     

    1. The  Second National Development Plan (NDPII) 2015/16-2019/20, breaks it down to “(1) Increase the completion rate of primary 7 from 70.3 percent in 2013/14 to 85 percent in 2019/20; (2) Increase the transition rate to secondary from 73 percent in 20133/14 to 83% in 2019/20; (3) Increase net secondary completion rate from about 36% in 2012/13 to 50% in 2019/20

     

    1. The National Strategic Plan on Girl Child Education 2015- 2019 specifically calls for;

    Strategic Intervention No. 4.5 Calls for a specific focus on male involvement in supporting Girls’ Education.

    Strategic Objective No.5 and its subsequent Guiding principles calls for Capacity Utilization and enhancement of key actors in Girls’ Education particularly involving men to continuously support girls to Enroll, Remain. Complete and benefit from the education system.

     

     Activities for proposed include; organizing male role models at community levels; organizing father protect Daughter campaigns; Increase sensitization of communities on the value of Girls’ Education and more so Including Boys in gender responsive actions at the school level.

     

    This comes in line with the already running 1st Annual Students’ Art competition on Girl Child Education 2016 which is focused on the students in Secondary education which has close to 50 schools aready taking part in the completion and close to 500 students in districts of kampala, Wakiso, Mpigi, Mityana, Bulambuli and Tororo.

     

    Its against this that we come up with the 1st Annual East African Pupils’ Debate completion on Girl Child Education 2018, targeting sensitization and involvement of pupils in the primary section of learning.

    The project:

     

    A debate is a formal argument where groups or individuals present opposing views about particular issues according to a set of rules.

     

    In the honor of the many benefits of a pupil’s participation in debates here comes another opportunity to engage in efforts for supporting the Girl Child Education, therefore the pupils will not only gain skills like public speaking, cognitive and language abilities, research and debating, will also learn about the Crucial Global issue of concern which is Girl Child Education.

     

    The target:

     

    The projects target 100 primary schools in Kampala and the neighboring districts as a pilot project. Major target set of schools for the project are the Government/KCCA schools. This also comes with a concern, most public schools like these have low performance rates, and students rarely participate in such stiff competitions that expose them to more skills acquisition techniques and further opportunities for development.

     

    Therefore, a target of 100 schools in Kampala with at most 20 school per division, in a more pronounced effort we target to have a special classification of at least three more schools categorized into Special Needs Schools and a Refugee Students’ School. Each school is to have 1 (one) team and each team comprising of 4 main students, which make it 400 students ready to compete their minds out about Girl Child Education.

     

    A Special Issue.

     

    On a special note, all children matter and hence we are including in the Special Needs children, the deaf and Refugee Children. These are to compete on the same page as the other students, there needs to be a clear action undertaken to make people appreciate that disability is not inability and the deaf and refugee children can actively and effectively compete with other students in a debate competition.

     

    It is also going to help bring them out of the blanket of the special needs students of thinking that they have to be confined in their villages alone or circles, they need to learn how to actively and on the same level compete for the wide equal opportunities just like the others, and besides, Girls’ Education also includes the special needs students.

     

    Therefore 3 Kampala and Kyangwale will be actively involved in the competition, although, they are to be given more sophisticated care and concern especially much help in the preparations, trainings and also special point bonuses at the competitions because of them being special needs students and being the fact that, many of them have low content absorbing abilities, so a more concentrated help prior and during the competitions, brings about the Equity & Equality In Education  that GISI stands for.

     

    The Methodology.

     

    Students will be given a set of Motions or themes for the different competition rounds, the first motions will be given to schools 4 months before the competitions plus the materials to create bigger spaces for research and practice, only motions for the Semi and Final rounds will be given to the students just a day before the competitions.

     

     

    There are to be 6 rounds of competition, 5 Divisional competitions 1 in every division to select the best 5 who will represent the division to the District competitions. The Divisional competitions will take 1 day per division and the District Competitions will take 1 day.

    All the schools that confirm participation in the project will be given full information materials about Education globally, regional and National, materials on Educational research and statistics, special material on the education of Girl Child, debate guidelines, timeline, competition fixtures and other information but all redesigned and aligned to suit the Primary level pupils of public schools in Uganda.

     

    Competition Timeline:

     

    Divisional Competition Dates:

    Central: 6th//June/2018

    Kawempe: 7th/June/2018                                            

    Rubaga: 8th/June/2018

    Makindye: 9th/June/2018

     

    District Competition: 12th/June/2018

    Cerebration of winners and Award of Presents and Gifts: National Cerebrations of the Day of the African Child. 16th /June/2018.

     

    Prizes:

     

    First School/Team: Primary Debating Perpetual Trophy, Debaters’ Gold Medals. Gifts and Certificates.

    Second School/Team: Debaters’ Silver Medals. Gifts and Certificates.

    Third Team/School: Debaters’ Bronze Medals. Gifts and Certificates.

    All participants: Certificates and Gifts.

     

    Special Recognition.

     

    The overall best debater and the best Junior Judge will join Girls In School Initiative Team to:

    1. A first class all expenses paid annual GISI retreat in Kigali Rwanda in August 2018 with Modern Coast Bus.
    2. A Cappuccino and Agatogo Rwanda experience at Camellia Café in Kigali City Center.
    3. A visit around the city of Kigali.
    4. A free yoga Class with Aline Mazimpaka.

     

    The judges:

     

    The whole debate competition will have a total of about 120 sessions of debate and these are to be handled with a total of 40 judges. This will include 20 high school student judges (Junior Judges) and senior judges prior selected by GISI depending on their expertise in debates and public speaking including 3 special invited judges from Rwanda, Kenya andTanzania.

     

    The main reason for including the junior judges is simply to have a young generation trained into the GISI debating style and them being secondary school students, they are simply to be ambassadors in their respective schools where the GISI gospel of men and Boys championing Girl Child Education.

     

    More Details about the project can be found here.

    Volunteers:

     

    The competitions cannot be smoothly run without the helping hands of diligent and committed volunteers, the projects target to use the support of 100 volunteers for the whole duration of the project including the debate sessions. These are targeted to be mostly from secondary schools to so much give an involvement of the students into the general concern and involvement in Girl Child Education.

     

    Call for partnership/sponsorship.

     

    Ways of project partnering with GIS;

     

    • Publicity: This is one of the main tasks and areas of cooperation, reaching the competition information to prospective participants; it involves taking massages to the schools and linking on as many schools as possible.
    • There shall be visits to 100 schools in and around Kampala which schools are expected to participate in the competition, this will involve gathering all students and teachers on an assembly or main hall.
    • The project will print competition guidelines and posters which will be pinned to different stations like schools, public offices or any other places where students and school authorities can access/find.
    • Spreading the massage can be in any other way dimmed possible like adverts in the media, circulation in circles, social media, at functions etc, all are welcome.

     

    • Sponsoring Prizes for the competition winners.

    The competition has a set of prizes for the participating students as displayed below.

    1. The gifts proposed can be of any kind, from scholastic materials, school fees and other personal belongings.

     

    1. Working with GISI in the judging of the competition sessions.  

    The competition projects 400 participants to take part in this and this means 100 teams with 6 days of intensive debates and the judging, monitoring, mentoring and supporting the participating students will needs a lot support I terms of man power and expertise.

     

    1. Working with/Involving GISI in the Organization of the Day of the African Child of June 16 2017 which is the awarding day.

    The awarding ceremony will be on 16th June and GISI seeks partnerships/involvement with other relevant stake holders in the field for involvement and inclusion of GISI in the 2017 day commemorations.

     

    1. Good will partnership.

    GISI is an early advocacy Organisation which needs introduction and cementation into the Girl child related advocacy and support programs. And with this competition being the first public involvement activity, having many concerned partners as Good Will partners will be an added advantage.

     

    1. Any other ways of partnering or sponsorship of the cause/project will be greatly appreciated and welcome.

     

    Benefits to Sponsors and Partners.

    • In all the organization and project publications like posters, students’ certificates, T-shirts, gifts, scholastic materials and all other relevant and ongoing materials, sponsors and partners’ publicity names and logos will be given a high visibility value.
    • Partners and Sponsors’ information materials and adverts will be clearly displayed at all functions, events like displays and exhibitions in Schools, public places Art Galleries, Award ceremonies and any other subsequent events pertaining Girls in School Initiative.
    • Online platforms like Organization Websites and blogs, social media addresses, local and international radio and TV appearances of Girls in School will have clear display of Partners and Sponsors’ information.
    • Sponsors and partners into the competition will be fronted as the guardians for the Girls who will be supported to attain their education through the support that will be given to them by Girls In School Initiative through the earlier mentioned initiatives like the Scholastic and financial support to Less privileged urban poor and the rural girls.

                                                                                                              


    The team:                   

     

    1. Project Manager

    (For sponsors and partners, coordination of international judges.)

     

    Magezi Bashir:

    Founder and CEO Girls In School Initiative.

    Email: [email protected]:

    Tell: +256780239066, +256758685575

     

    1. Debate Manager:

    (For local and junior judges and action debate coordination)

     

    GISI Statistician

    Olwenyi Ronald Ryan

    Email: [email protected]

    Tell: +256-701024788

     

    1. Media and Publicity representative.

    (For media presence and representation of the project and handling project public relations.)

     

    Najib Sekikubo

    GISI Media and Communications Specialist.

    Email: [email protected]

    Tell: +256-702859664

     

     

     

    1. Volunteers and Retreat Coordinator.

    (For coordination of volunteer invitations, trainings and coordinating the annual GISI retreat.)

     

    Sembatya Hassan

    GISI Refuge Education Cordinator

    Email: [email protected]

    Tell: +256-700822746

     

    1. Logistics coordinator.

    (For coordination of all project logistics in designing purchase and distribution).

     

    Sekamwa Hussein

    GISI Projects Coordinator

    Email: [email protected]

    Tell: +256-704280069

     

    1. Debaters’ support trainer.

    (For overall training of debaters in the GISI debating format supported by the printed Booklet)

     

    Bahat Ibrahim

    GISI Gender Adviser

    Email: [email protected]

    Tell: +256-755559993

     

     

    All info availbale on

    www.gisinitiative.webs.com

    and www.educateher.org

    The 1st Annual East African Students’ Debate Competition on Girl Child Education. 2018.

     

    The project Background.

     

    According to the Statistical Abstract 2014 of the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Sports, the Net Enrollment Ratio NER 97% of the Total population of the primary Going age in Uganda, 98% are female and 96% are Male. This indicates that girls accessing Primary Education are slightly higher than boys therefore attainment of gender parity between the male and female pupils as for every 100 pupils in primary, 50 were girls.

     

    1. But then, of the total HIV and AIDS cases in primary enrollment which reaches to 0.4% of the total enrollment, Girls make 51.44% of this, which alone starts their education curve to descend. 
    2. Overall still, boys are more engaged in Co-curricular activities than girls with an average participation of 6.6% compared to 6.3% of the girls.

     

    These, and many other factors entirely contribute to the girls’ affected completion of education, this therefore calls for greatly attached interventions, like below.

     

    1. The Education 2030 Incheon Declaration and Frame work for action. SDG 4

    Target .1 ‘ By 2030, ensure that all girls and boys complete Free, Equitable and Quality  Primary and Secondary education leading to relevant and effective learning outcomes.’

     

    1. The Uganda Vision 2040, states that “Emphasis will be placed on keeping Girls in School and improving their completion rates through addressing both institutional, gender and cultural barriers in collaboration with social, cultural and community groups.” (Uganda Vision 2040 Chapter 5, Section 5.3, point 264)

     

    1. The  Second National Development Plan (NDPII) 2015/16-2019/20, breaks it down to “(1) Increase the completion rate of primary 7 from 70.3 percent in 2013/14 to 85 percent in 2019/20; (2) Increase the transition rate to secondary from 73 percent in 20133/14 to 83% in 2019/20; (3) Increase net secondary completion rate from about 36% in 2012/13 to 50% in 2019/20

     

    1. The National Strategic Plan on Girl Child Education 2015- 2019 specifically calls for;

    Strategic Intervention No. 4.5 Calls for a specific focus on male involvement in supporting Girls’ Education.

    Strategic Objective No.5 and its subsequent Guiding principles calls for Capacity Utilization and enhancement of key actors in Girls’ Education particularly involving men to continuously support girls to Enroll, Remain. Complete and benefit from the education system.

     

     Activities for proposed include; organizing male role models at community levels; organizing father protect Daughter campaigns; Increase sensitization of communities on the value of Girls’ Education and more so Including Boys in gender responsive actions at the school level.

     

    This comes in line with the already running 1st Annual Students’ Art competition on Girl Child Education 2016 which is focused on the students in Secondary education which has close to 50 schools aready taking part in the completion and close to 500 students in districts of kampala, Wakiso, Mpigi, Mityana, Bulambuli and Tororo.

     

    Its against this that we come up with the 1st Annual East African Pupils’ Debate completion on Girl Child Education 2018, targeting sensitization and involvement of pupils in the primary section of learning.

    The project:

     

    A debate is a formal argument where groups or individuals present opposing views about particular issues according to a set of rules.

     

    In the honor of the many benefits of a pupil’s participation in debates here comes another opportunity to engage in efforts for supporting the Girl Child Education, therefore the pupils will not only gain skills like public speaking, cognitive and language abilities, research and debating, will also learn about the Crucial Global issue of concern which is Girl Child Education.

     

    The target:

     

    The projects target 100 primary schools in Kampala and the neighboring districts as a pilot project. Major target set of schools for the project are the Government/KCCA schools. This also comes with a concern, most public schools like these have low performance rates, and students rarely participate in such stiff competitions that expose them to more skills acquisition techniques and further opportunities for development.

     

    Therefore, a target of 100 schools in Kampala with at most 20 school per division, in a more pronounced effort we target to have a special classification of at least three more schools categorized into Special Needs Schools and a Refugee Students’ School. Each school is to have 1 (one) team and each team comprising of 4 main students, which make it 400 students ready to compete their minds out about Girl Child Education.

     

    A Special Issue.

     

    On a special note, all children matter and hence we are including in the Special Needs children, the deaf and Refugee Children. These are to compete on the same page as the other students, there needs to be a clear action undertaken to make people appreciate that disability is not inability and the deaf and refugee children can actively and effectively compete with other students in a debate competition.

     

    It is also going to help bring them out of the blanket of the special needs students of thinking that they have to be confined in their villages alone or circles, they need to learn how to actively and on the same level compete for the wide equal opportunities just like the others, and besides, Girls’ Education also includes the special needs students.

     

    3 Schools in Kampala and Kyangwali Refugee Settlement will be actively involved in the competition, although, they are to be given more sophisticated care and concern especially much help in the preparations, trainings and also special point bonuses at the competitions because of them being special needs students and being the fact that, many of them have low content absorbing abilities, so a more concentrated help prior and during the competitions, brings about the Equity & Equality In Education  that GISI stands for.

     

    The Methodology.

     

    Students will be given a set of Motions or themes for the different competition rounds, the first motions will be given to schools 4 months before the competitions plus the materials to create bigger spaces for research and practice, only motions for the Semi and Final rounds will be given to the students just a day before the competitions.

     

     

    There are to be 6 rounds of competition, 5 Divisional competitions 1 in every division to select the best 5 who will represent the division to the District competitions. The Divisional competitions will take 1 day per division and the District Competitions will take 1 day.

    All the schools that confirm participation in the project will be given full information materials about Education globally, regional and National, materials on Educational research and statistics, special material on the education of Girl Child, debate guidelines, timeline, competition fixtures and other information but all redesigned and aligned to suit the Primary level pupils of public schools in Uganda.

     

    Competition Timeline:

     

    Divisional Competition Dates:

    Central: 6th//June/2018

    Kawempe: 7th/June/2018                                            

    Rubaga: 8th/June/2018

    Makindye: 9th/June/2018

     

    District Competition: 12th/June/2018

    Cerebration of winners and Award of Presents and Gifts: National Cerebrations of the Day of the African Child. 16th /June/2018.

     

    Prizes:

     

    First School/Team: Primary Debating Perpetual Trophy, Debaters’ Gold Medals. Gifts and Certificates.

    Second School/Team: Debaters’ Silver Medals. Gifts and Certificates.

    Third Team/School: Debaters’ Bronze Medals. Gifts and Certificates.

    All participants: Certificates and Gifts.

     

    Special Recognition.

     

    The overall best debater and the best Junior Judge will join Girls In School Initiative Team to:

    1. A first class all expenses paid annual GISI retreat in Kigali Rwanda in August 2018 with Modern Coast Bus.
    2. A Cappuccino and Agatogo Rwanda experience at Camellia Café in Kigali City Center.
    3. A visit around the city of Kigali.
    4. A free yoga Class with Aline Mazimpaka.

     

    The judges:

     

    The whole debate competition will have a total of about 120 sessions of debate and these are to be handled with a total of 40 judges. This will include 20 high school student judges (Junior Judges) and senior judges prior selected by GISI depending on their expertise in debates and public speaking including 3 special invited judges from Rwanda, Kenya andTanzania.

     

    The main reason for including the junior judges is simply to have a young generation trained into the GISI debating style and them being secondary school students, they are simply to be ambassadors in their respective schools where the GISI gospel of men and Boys championing Girl Child Education.

     

     

    Volunteers:

     

    The competitions cannot be smoothly run without the helping hands of diligent and committed volunteers, the projects target to use the support of 100 volunteers for the whole duration of the project including the debate sessions. These are targeted to be mostly from secondary schools to so much give an involvement of the students into the general concern and involvement in Girl Child Education.

     

    Call for partnership/sponsorship.

     

    Ways of project partnering with GIS;

     

    • Publicity: This is one of the main tasks and areas of cooperation, reaching the competition information to prospective participants; it involves taking massages to the schools and linking on as many schools as possible.
    • There shall be visits to 100 schools in and around Kampala which schools are expected to participate in the competition, this will involve gathering all students and teachers on an assembly or main hall.
    • The project will print competition guidelines and posters which will be pinned to different stations like schools, public offices or any other places where students and school authorities can access/find.
    • Spreading the massage can be in any other way dimmed possible like adverts in the media, circulation in circles, social media, at functions etc, all are welcome.

     

    • Sponsoring Prizes for the competition winners.

    The competition has a set of prizes for the participating students as displayed below.

    1. The gifts proposed can be of any kind, from scholastic materials, school fees and other personal belongings.

     

    1. Working with GISI in the judging of the competition sessions.  

    The competition projects 400 participants to take part in this and this means 100 teams with 6 days of intensive debates and the judging, monitoring, mentoring and supporting the participating students will needs a lot support I terms of man power and expertise.

     

    1. Working with/Involving GISI in the Organization of the Day of the African Child of June 16 2018 which is the awarding day.

    The awarding ceremony will be on 16th June and GISI seeks partnerships/involvement with other relevant stake holders in the field for involvement and inclusion of GISI in the 2018 day commemorations.

     

    1. Good will partnership.

    GISI is an early advocacy Organisation which needs introduction and cementation into the Girl child related advocacy and support programs. And with this competition being the first public involvement activity, having many concerned partners as Good Will partners will be an added advantage.

     

    1. Any other ways of partnering or sponsorship of the cause/project will be greatly appreciated and welcome.

     

     

    Benefits to Sponsors and Partners.

    • In all the organization and project publications like posters, students’ certificates, T-shirts, gifts, scholastic materials and all other relevant and ongoing materials, sponsors and partners’ publicity names and logos will be given a high visibility value.
    • Partners and Sponsors’ information materials and adverts will be clearly displayed at all functions, events like displays and exhibitions in Schools, public places Art Galleries, Award ceremonies and any other subsequent events pertaining Girls in School Initiative.
    • Online platforms like Organization Websites and blogs, social media addresses, local and international radio and TV appearances of Girls in School will have clear display of Partners and Sponsors’ information.
    • Sponsors and partners into the competition will be fronted as the guardians for the Girls who will be supported to attain their education through the support that will be given to them by Girls In School Initiative through the earlier mentioned initiatives like the Scholastic and financial support to Less privileged urban poor and the rural girls.

    The team:       

     

    1. Project Manager

    (For sponsors and partners, coordination of international judges.)

     

    Magezi Bashir:

    Founder and CEO Girls In School Initiative.

    Email: [email protected]:

    Tell: +256780239066, +256758685575

     

    1. Debate Manager:

    (For local and junior judges and action debate coordination)

     

    GISI Statistician

    Olwenyi Ronald Ryan

    Email: [email protected]

    Tell: +256-701024788

     

    1. Media and Publicity representative.

    (For media presence and representation of the project and handling project public relations.)

    Najib Sekikubo

    GISI Media and Communications Specialist.

    Email: [email protected]

    Tell: +256-702859664

     

    1. Volunteers and Retreat Coordinator.

    (For coordination of volunteer invitations, trainings and coordinating the annual GISI retreat.)

    Sembatya Hassan

    GISI Refuge Education Cordinator

    Email: [email protected]

    Tell: +256-700822746

     

    1. Logistics coordinator.

    (For coordination of all project logistics in designing purchase and distribution).

    Sekamwa Hussein

    GISI Projects Coordinator

    Email: [email protected]

    Tell: +256-704280069

     

    1. Debaters’ support trainer.

    (For overall training of debaters in the GISI debating format supported by the printed Booklet)

    Bahat Ibrahim

    GISI Gender Adviser

    Email: [email protected]

    Tell: +256-755559993

     

    1. Schools Invitations and Registration.

    (For Invitations of schools, selections coordination and registrations on the debate days)

    Kabuunga Hamid

    GISI Boy-Talk Invitations and Registration Cordinator.

    Email: [email protected]

    Tell: +256-758162453