News & Updates

Gulu University Launched ENGENDER Project

Gulu University management team led by the Vice-Chancellor, Prof.Openjuru George Ladaah on Wednesday the 12th, 2024 launched the ENGENDER Project also known as Engage For Non-Gender Discriminative Higher Education from the University Council Boardroom. Prof.Openjuru said the university is making great strides in gender mainstreaming with a Gender Mainstreaming Coordinating Office being headed by Dr. Doreen Chemutai as part of the management strategic intervention. He said all units at Gulu...

Over 400 youth trained by Gulu University under AVSI ‘SAY’ Project

Gulu University has trained over 400 youth under the AVSI foundation project ‘Skilling Agriprenuership for Increased Youth Employment-(SAY). These youth were also given startup kits to help them deploy the learned skills to earn income, and a total of 161 youth out of the 400 trained got DIT certification. According to the Dean of Students Faculty of Agriculture and Environment at Gulu University, Dr. Collins Okello, these youth acquired...

Gulu University Hosts Participative Review of Gender Policy

From May 28 to June 1, Gulu University is conducting a participative review of its Gender Policy, and engagement activities about the anti sexual harassment policy and worksplace safeguarding policy. These events marked the second phase of a partnership between Gulu University and the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) aimed at enhancing gender mainstreaming efforts at the institution, and improving gender equity and equality. The Gender Mainstreaming Task Force, led by Dr....

ECOFOOD Project launched at Gulu University

The ECOFOOD Project, a research being implemented by a consortium of different education institutions including Gulu University under Faculty of Agriculture and Environment, Institute for Rural and Regional Research (RURALIS)-Norway, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Sokoine University of Agriculture-Tanzania, and University of Waterloo-Canada has been launched at Gulu University. The project titled “Creating Inclusive and Sustainable Food Systems in Refugee-hosting Contexts in Sub-Saharan Africa...

Launch Of Gulu University Unesco Knowledge For Change African Centre For Training In Community Based Participatory Research For Action And Impact

Gulu University is proud to announce the launch of the UNESCO Knowledge for Change (K4C) African Centre for Training in Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) on June 9. The launch event was honoured by the presence of UNESCO Chairs Professor Budd Hall and Dr. Rajesh Tandon, the founders of the K4C network. They were joined by a team from Canada, South Africa, Tanzania, Colombia, Malaysia, and India. The launch integrated learning...