The proposed development objective is to support Uganda's implementation of the country's National Content Policy.The key outputs of this project are: i) prepare National Content Regulations; ii) initiate the National Content monitoring and reporting system; iii) conduct 3 multi-stakeholder consultations; iv) conduct 3 study tours and/or South-South learning events; v) prepare curriculum recommendations and faculty development plans for degree programs in Petroleum Geoscience at Makerere University. The key expected outcomes are: i) National Content Regulations are adopted after stakeholder consultation; ii) the first National Content monitoring and evaluation report is finalized and disseminated to the public; iii) Makerere University adopts curriculum and faculty standards comparable to similar programs at international universities.
Directorate of Petroleum
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