The Ministry of Education and Sports has expressed its strong support for Komo Learning Centre Do It Yourself Clubs (DIY Clubs), recognizing their alignment with the revised Uganda lower secondary school curriculum. Mr. Alfred Kyaaka, the Commissioner of Education and Sports in Uganda, stated, “We are very much impressed because it’s a demonstration that our campaign under the revised lower secondary school curriculum is actually taking root. Many of these students have demonstrated what they can do practically.”
The Ministry’s endorsement highlights the effectiveness of Komo Learning Centre’s DIY Clubs in fostering practical skills and innovation among Ugandan students. These clubs provide a platform for students to explore their interests, engage in hands-on learning, and develop valuable skills that will prepare them for future success. Komo Learning Centre’s DIY Clubs are a testament to the organization’s commitment to providing quality education that empowers students to become creative problem solvers and contributors to their communities.
The Ministry of Education’s recognition further validates the impact of these clubs and their contribution to Uganda’s educational landscape.