Uganda badly needs a moral conscience. Corruption in the civil service is almost something acceptable, even a value for some. In secondary schools chaplains are simply too few to make a reasonable impact on the students. Often one chaplain is responsible for as many as 20 or 30 schools, and this with other pastoral duties besides. He probably will have time simply to say Mass once in a term, and often in a rush to go to another school. It is imperative that Catholic teaching also be extended to teachers.
Starting 2016 St. Augustine’s Institute in collaboration of Education Secretaries of selected dioceses (for a start) intends to undertake, not simply to host, but to organize renewal courses for Catholic professionals, beginning with secondary school teachers. It is hoped that in future there will be workshops for teachers at differently levels, (primary schools, tertiary institutions and universities,
These courses are to be offered during weekends in order to allow teachers to attend them even during school time. For the start they are offered to schools whose teachers are near enough to be able to return to their respective schools in the afternoon of Sunday.