Yes, it is possible for you to get the chance to pursue a certificate in midwifery in Uganda. The first step would be to identify which organizations offer scholarships for midwifery courses in Uganda and then take the next steps of applying and preparing for admission into such an organization.
Researching what scholarships are available can be done by visiting the websites of universities that offer midwifery courses or contacting them directly via email or telephone. There are several higher education institutions within Uganda that offer degrees and certificates in midwifery including Makerere University, Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST), Gulu University, Kampala International University (KIU) among others.
Many international organizations offering scholarships also have options specifically targeting students from African countries like Uganda who wish to study midwifery. Such organizations include Chevening Scholarships offered by the UK government, Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees (EMJMDs), United World Colleges Action Programs, individual programs funded by specific governments from Scandinavian countries amongst many others. Additionally there are numerous non-governmental organizations (NGOs) such as Africa Initiative for Governance Scholarship based at Oxford university that award scholarships annually based on academic merit and financial need criteria depending on country eligibility criteria so it may worth checking these out too!
You should also look at any initiatives within your community or local area which may provide support financially such as funding schemes through NGOs or local charities; these could often come with additional benefits towards internship programmes or mentorship opportunities which can help secure future career prospects after graduation from your certificate course in Midwifery studies!
Am in Uganda and request for a scholarship to study certificate in midwifery from Uganda, so is it possible for me to get that chance