Muslim Women Education in Uganda: History and Contributions
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Today's educational system displays unequal chances based on socioeconomic status, family background, gender, and religion affiliation, to name a few. J. Walker, C. Pearce, K. Boe, and M. Lawson (2019:5), As a result, it's not unexpected that Muslim women in Uganda were neglected in school for a long time. Schulz is a well-known figure in the (2013: 399). This article examines the history of Muslim women's education in Uganda by tracking the evolution of education, both Islamic and formal, and Muslim women's enrollment in the early years, as well as how far they have progressed in their educational pursuits. Specific instances of educated Muslim women in Uganda from various professions in the private and public sectors, as well as their contributions, will be discussed. Several authors have depicted Muslim education in general, as well as how Muslims have been sidelined in secular education.
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