Today vocational training is mostly taken up by boys. Girls account for only about one fourth in public vocational training centers. Most of them are concentrated in what is called: 'traditionally female occupations'.
BTC and the Government of Uganda want to make sure both boys and girls have the opportunity to study what they want. Girls should be able to aspire to o become engineers, car mechanics, or welders, while on the other hand boys can be seamstresses, hairdressers or cooks.
Hawa has a passion for architecture and is now studying to become one at Kyema technical college Masindi.