The future of Uganda will increasingly be defined by Ugandans who can lead, innovate and transform the current and future industries so that Uganda can continue to compete in the global markets. As an institution of higher learning, we aim to contribute meaningfully to this demand and need.
From 22nd – 23rd January 2019, Clarke International University(CIU) in partnership with Makerere University conducted an insightful two-day manuscript writing workshop. The workshop was facilitated by a competent and experienced team led by Prof. Sarah Kiguli from Makerere University.
CIU is delighted to have hosted a 2-day Tutors Development Workshop organized by Mr. Pardon Akugizibwe in collaboration with facilitators from Partnerships in International Medical Education (PRIME). The workshop took place from 11th June 2019 to 12th June 2019. The aim of this workshop was to enhance tutor skills by the development of learner-centered teaching, which is values based and set within the context of treating the whole person.
On 23rd January 2019, Clarke International University(CIU) was honored to receive a visit from the newly appointed Deputy Resident City Commissioner(RCC) of Makindye division, Hon. Kagolola Ibrahim. The sole purpose of this visit was to meet and greet officials at CIU.
As part of an ongoing series of conversations with Digital Transformation Leaders, Timothy Laku was honored to meet with Dr. Rose Clarke Nanyonga, who is the Vice Chancellor of Clarke International University (Formerly, International Health Sciences University)
The WHO Basic Emergency Care course was run at Clarke International University (CIU) from 28th – 31st January 2019 in the Main lecture hall. The course was specifically designed to train healthcare providers in resource poor environments with a focus on how to approach emergency situations and triage patients.
Working through a partnership, Clarke International University together with Uganda Sickle Cell Rescue Foundation (USCRF) provides a platform where students get hands on experience in community activities organized to promote sickle cell awareness. The community activities help students transform theory into practice through the provision of regular structured and supervised opportunities for applying and testing knowledge, skills and attitudes. In addition, these initiatives also offer real life experience to problems and issues to trigger student thinking and active participation.