Education is one of the key mandates of the Member of Parliament as provided for under the Constituency Development Fund Act 2013 and subsequent amendments therein.Our focus is to develop the 94 Primary, 48 Secondary,5 Technical and Vocational Education Training and facilitating Education through provision of bursaries to all students from Kabondo Kasipul constituency.


The Kabondo Kasipul Constituency Infrastructure plan is an ambitious initiative that involves: rehabilitation and refurbishment of old classrooms, complete facelift of the buildings, and construction of new classrooms across the constituency. This initiative have led and greatly changed the learning facilities into totally modern education landscape. Most of the constituency school infrastructure were developed in the 80s, these buildings have been won out over the years and in need of repairs. Today, through the initiative, they are under rehabilitation. Some new schools lack enough classes, here, they are under expansion and most of the school have benefitted by the construction of one, two, or more additional classes.

The Office of the Member of Parliament have, therefore, divided its infrastructural initiative into:

Model Schools

Infrastructural development of schools completely dilapidated or neglected over the years. This is an annual programme in which one school project is    identified per ward and rehabilitated into a modern school.

The Other Infrastructural School Development

These are schools that benefit from other initiatives, such construction of one, two or more classroom. They are, just as model schools, also equally distributed across the wards. It consist of the building of dormitories, new laboratories, kitchen and dining, and multi-purpose halls to name but just a few.

The transition rate has equally increased with more girls enrolling in both primary and secondary schools.

The office of the Member of Parliament has partnered with the the Ministry of Education to revitalize and support the existing TVETs ssuch as Sibuor, Jwelu, Omiro, Owiro, and Omuga.


The Bursary committee at the NGCDF office has adopted a clear and simple criteria of selection of bursary beneficiaries.In this regime, all applicants are awarded a share of the cake, with priority given to total, then partial orphans, in that order. Beneficiaries consist of students in Secondary Schools, Special Schools, Tertiary institutions and Universities. During the 2017/2018 financial year, 3324 students benefited. This year we have even more applicants,  the number increased to 5,476 beneficiaries.

2017/2018 2018/2019
1. Secondary (Day and Boarding) 2,298 3877
2. Constituency Stars + others 24 24
3. Colleges and universities 968 1545
4. Special Schools =”156″>34 30
  TOTAL 3,324 5,476