(AhlulBayt News Agency) - The Iranian Cultural Center in Uganda organized a teacher training course for those teaching in Islamic schools in the African country.
According to the website of the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization (ICRO), the "Madinatul Ilm” school in Buwenge town in the eastern region of Uganda hosted the educational program.
Characteristics of a teacher in Islam, principles and methods of managing a school, methods of treating children, and methods of teaching, research and evaluation were among the themes of the course.
Fifty teachers and principals of Islamic schools took the course, according to the report.
Ali Bakhtiari, Iranian cultural attaché in Uganda, Roshan Zamir, member of the scientific board of an Iranian university, Yusuf Munir Makanga, director of "Imam Sadeq (AS)” Educational-Cultural Center, and Kisigi Abdul, expert in educational management from Makerere University taught the course.
Uganda is a Christian-majority country in central Africa.
Some thirteen percent of the country’s 38 million population is Muslim.