Empowering under-resourced schools in Uganda with alumni support.

The Private Education Development Network (PEDN) runs programmes in low-cost private schools serving under-resourced communities in Uganda. inHive worked with PEDN to integrate alumni networks into primary and secondary schools in its Eastern and Central regions from early 2019 to 2020.

Our work included training staff in the inHive approach to network building, coaching them through the implementation phase and monthly strategy and planning discussions. The work was delivered as part of Opportunity International’s grant with the UK Government’s Girls’ Education Challenge Project. 

Joy Mukisa, Programs Director at PEDN, said in late 2019:

“I thank inHive for training me and PEDN’s team on Alumni network building in schools. I truly appreciate Jan’s support on the monthly strategy and planning discussions, which have strengthened alumni educational outreach in PEDN implementing schools” 

This short video from PEDN captures the impact of the alumni networks at their former schools.

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The Private Education Development Network (PEDN) is a non- profit organization, established in 2004 with an aim of promoting and integrating entrepreneurial teaching and learning and financial education in formal and informal education systems in Uganda.

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