About the program
The program seeks to promote the right to education for all children in Uganda. The focus is on the child as the primary beneficiary of the right to education. ISER contributes to problem solving by advocating for a rights based approach to education service delivery in the country. The overall goal is to ensure access to quality education for all children in Uganda, regardless of their background or social status in an environment where education is maintained as a public good that is adequately financed, regulated and supervised by the state. The program emphacises that the state has the primary responsibility for realization of the right to education and private/non-state actors should only supplement that role.
The Policy and Behavioral Determinants Affecting the Continuity of Education: An Analysis of the Barriers Pregnant Girls and Adolescent Mothers Face to Access Education
The report presents an analysis of barriers and enablers for Pregnant Girls and Adolescent Mothers (PGAMs) in accessing, continuing, and completing education in Uganda.
An Applied Political Economy Analysis (APEA) on girls’ access to education in Uganda: A case study of Ngogwe and Najja sub-counties in Buikwe district, Uganda
This Applied Political Economy Analysis (APEA) on Girls’ Access to Education in Uganda seeks to understand the current country and...
Alternative report to The African Commission on Human And Peoples Rights on The State Of Public Services , Climate Change And Economic Social Rights In Uganda
Uganda is undergoing its 6th periodic review by the African Commission on Human and People’s Rights (ACHPR) covering 2013-2022. ISER...