Norway helps Uganda take lead in journalism training

This reality is partly just because the university is one of the longest-serving journalism training institutions in the country, having over three decades of history in Uganda's education system. The country's oldest university, Makerere University, started a Mass Communication course in 1988 to professionalize journalism and communication.The Department has grown in the last three decades from a handful of lecturers with Bachelors and Masters degrees; to ones with Doctors of Philosophy (PhD) and Professors; working as lecturers in this Department; thanks to initiatives such as the Norwegian Programme for Capacity Development in Higher Education and Research for Development (NORHED). More to the article:


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