What is ASPNet?
UNESCO Associated Schools Project (ASPnet) is an international network of schools. It was launched in 1953 and is one of the world's most unique and largest networks consisting of more than 8000 institutions in 177 countries. The first ASPnet school in Uganda joined the network in 1964. Today, there are about 25 active ASPnet schools in Uganda. For the complete list of ASPnet schools in Uganda.
Serve as an international laboratory for exploring, experimenting and taking to scale new education practices that reinforce the humanistic, ethical and international dimension of education.
- Peace, liberty and understanding
- Democracy and equality
- Intellectual and moral solidarity
- Respect and tolerance for others
- Quality education
- Sharing and cooperation
- Education for Sustainable Development
- Human Rights and Peace
- Intercultural Learning
- Systematic diffusion of innovative educational resource materials
- Mondialogo Dialogue
- Implementation of the Education for All (EFA) goals
- Facilitation of the UN Millenium Goals
- Promoting Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)
How to Become a Member?
Please contact our ASPnet coordinator
Daniel Kaweesi (firstname.lastname@example.org)
visit us at Embassy House or call for further information.