She advised that parents to stop depending on government and schools from raising their children but to go back on the drawing board and sit down as parent with other community members to come up with ways to help raise a good generation.
Kizito said that money will mainly support students studying sciences, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
He said they decided to extend the application service application centers nearer to the students who need to continue with their education but cannot afford to pay for themselves.
Quinto Odongo, the Otuke District Education Officer described the situation at many schools as “appalling”, saying that although they have plans of renovating the schools, they operate on a meagre budget.
“We know that the changes are policy issues but there is a lot that needs to be asked. The ministry has left us in the dark, we don’t know what is happening next,” Herbert Ssemuwemba, the Principal Canon Apolo Core PTC in Fort portal, who also doubles as the vice-chairperson of PTC Principals told Uganda Radio Network.