National Library of Uganda
Established in 2003, the National Library of Uganda supports national library policies and standards, provides advising services, and advocates for libraries. Working with several partners, NLU supports literacy, librarian training, and technical skills. One program, supported by EIFL, trains young people in basic computer literacy at three public libraries to help them improve their skills, employability, and ability to access information about job opportunities. NLU is also developing a program to help pregnant teenagers learn to use technology to access information that will help them improve their health and livelihoods.
Uganda National Examinations Board
The Uganda National Examinations Board is the national assessment board of Uganda, overseeing testing and examinations for students throughout the country. Its focus on education has led it to partner with a number of other organizations both inside Uganda and internationally, including participating in the harmonizing of testing standards in East Africa. It has also partnered with the National Library of Uganda on a number of library initiatives focusing on education and information access for students.