FARG moves over 500 students from poor performing schools
FARG Executive Secretary Theophile Ruberingeyo
The Fund for Genocide Survivors (FARG) has made a decision to transfer a total of 542 students from three Secondary schools citing poor quality teaching.
The schools are APERWA Kabuga, ESECOM Musange and Muhazi College.
According to the Executive Secretary of FARG Theophile Ruberangeyo the fund has already secured other places for the students.
The fund administration announced the decision in a recent meeting with the 483 schools that have FARG students in their care. The meeting looked into among other things the students’ welfare.
Ruberangeyo said that the decision to transfer the students was reached upon after thorough investigations in to the quality issues of the schools were made.
“We did not rush into taking this decision; schools like APERWA have been having quality issues and poor feeding problems. We even made these issues known to the district administration, but nothing changed,” said Ruberangeyo.
He says that they have managed to transfer the students to schools which they believe have good quality teaching and all arrangement s to take them in have been finalized as the school term kicks-off.