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This book contains the background information of the study.
The ultimate goal of the study was to enhance secondary school based clubs capacity to address the environmental threats in Uganda effectively It highlights the objective of the study which were to determine the types, networks and roles of diverse secondary school-based clubs in Jinja, Uganda, the extent to which secondary school-based clubs are addressing the Nile basin threats, explore the constraints/challenges affecting secondary school-based clubs and suggest appropriate measures to enhance secondary school-based clubs to address Nile basin threats.
Primary data was collected through use of questionnaires, Focus Group Discussions (FGD), photographs and observation methods from selected secondary schools.
Secondary data was gathered from records and literature in the Ministry of Education and Sports, schools, National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) Uganda, Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and internet.
The results indicate that there were several secondary school based clubs in Uganda.
They included national clubs, subject based and religious organizations.
School and proceeded to Kenyatta University for Bachelor of Environmental Studies (Science).
Have a Master’s degree in Environmental Studies (Rural and agroforestry) from Kenyatta University.
Carried out a research on School based clubs in Jinja, Uganda.Gained a wealth of experience in training and implementing environmental projects.
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