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Stanbic partners with school heads


Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | To expand its reach and impact within the secondary education sector, Stanbic Bank Uganda has forged a groundbreaking partnership with head teachers from across the country.

The partnership aims to recruit these head teachers as ambassadors of the Stanbic National Schools Championship (NSC), a prestigious enterprise challenge that empowers students to become the job creators of tomorrow. Corporate Social Investment manager, Diana Ondoga, unveiled the collaboration during a recent breakfast meeting attended by representatives from the Ministry of Education and the Association of Secondary School Head Teachers of Uganda (ASSHU). At the meeting, Ondoga emphasized the importance of increasing the number of participating schools in the NSC from the current 160 to encompass all 5,000 secondary schools nationwide. “It is a good problem for us to be overwhelmed by applications. We therefore call on all of you to be our ambassadors and amplify this competition for the good of the nation,” said Ondoga.

The partnership with ASSHU, which represents over 5,000 secondary schools and 5 million students across 146 districts, is poised to revolutionize the NSC program.

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