"When a person discovers herself, understands her own infinite value, everything that she touches gains a meaning." Rose Busingye – LGIHE Founder
To be a leading institution of higher learning that has a transformative impact on society in Uganda and throughout Africa by improving the quality of education and professional development.
To create opportunities for professional and personal development starting with the dignity and infinite value of the person, developing one’s methods of personal engagement and the meaning of work, targeting teachers, students, parents and other professionals.
We embrace an education philosophy that seeks to help learners and educators discover their identity, self-worth and sense of belonging. Exploring a child’s growth in self‐awareness, their understanding of the world, and development of competences needed to face life’s challenges. For more information, see Our Theory of Change.
Rose Busingye Founder & Director of Meeting Point International (MPI) A nurse by profession founded Meeting Point International in June 2003 with the aim of offering HIV infected and vulnerable people a simple environment where each person can find love. Among her many achievements, she has been awarded the “Servitor Pacis” by the Holy See.
Dr. George Pariyo A highbrow in the health sector has previously worked as an Associate Professor in Makerere University. Spearheading key assignments with the Ugandan Ministry of Health, USAID, UNICEF, GAVI, European Commission, World Health Organization and the World Bank in the areas of Health Systems Management, Public Health Policy, Health Planning and Management.
Offering diploma and certificate courses in the field of education such as: A Primary Education Diploma, An Early Childhood Development Certificate and A Leadership Certificate, learn more.
Offering professional development trainings for school leaders, teachers, social workers, medical personnel and workshops for students & parents, learn more.
LGIHE is the leading consultant in the curricula development for the School of Education at St. Mary’s College, Juba, South Sudan, learn more.
For primary teachers to improve the quality of their teaching by gaining insight into principles, theories, educational practice and management.
Enabling childhood practitioners work in variety of early development settings to understand classroom theories and field practice.
Equipping leaders and administrators in educational settings with effective strategies and insights to unlock their staff’s potential.
Improving school leadership, teachers’ preparation, students’ motivation and life skills as well as parents’ awareness of their duties.
Rich and reflective trainings to enable each social worker realize the joy of working with and for the vulnerable persons on a daily basis.
A means of helping people with saving groups or those wishing to start one to reach their goal of attaining financial independence.
We've got this gift of love, but love is like a precious plant. You can't just accept it and leave it in the cupboard or just think it's going to get on by itself. You've got to keep watering it. You've got to really look after it and nurture it.
If you're trying to achieve, there will be roadblocks. I've had them; everybody has had them. But obstacles don't have to stop you. If you run into a wall, don't turn around and give up. Figure out how to climb it, go through it, or work around it.
It has helped me become more aware of my students given that before my major focus was on content delivery. Thanks to the training, I now pay attention to the students. It has helped me identify some of the reasons why a student may lag behind or miss school. - Teacher, Luigi Giussani High School
IF we gaze upon the person while recognizing his/her value and dignity THEN we shall be able to foster a sense of belonging that reawakens a self-awareness in front of reality. IF the person becomes aware of the self THEN everything that she/he encounters becomes meaningful and interesting. IF the person discovers the meaning of reality THEN she/he engages with reality and becomes capable of confronting daily life situations with unwavering positivity and openness.
Our task is to give human beings back their identity because “the human person” is in a state of emergency. - Luigi Giussani Educationalist
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Luigi Giussani Institute of Higher Education
(Formerly the Permanent Centre for Education)
Sentamu Road 822 – 829,
Luzira along Port Bell Road (Opposite the first Total Petrol Station)
Tel: (+256) 414 222 517