You can install and boot Windows 8 32bit UEFI, but it's not that simple. It involves using command prompt and a Windows PE 32 bit UEFI boot disk (if available) along with a 32 bit Windows WIM file.
The most easy way is to remove the hard disk (or ssd) and get a USB adapter for it and use another workstation to deploy the image. If this option is not available you will need to boot from the Windows PE disk 32 bit UEFI and have the wim image in that disk.
I'll try to keep the instructions as simple as possible. If you don't understand a term, you can google that. There's plenty of information available. If you don't have a wim file available google instructions on how to capture an OS image properly. The beauty of this is that it doesn't have to be UEFI, it can be BIOS, but it has to be 32 bit. I installed mine to a Virtual Machine then captured the wim file.
On CMD type diskpart
Type "list disk" so you know what disk you are going to format, then follow the next commands:
Select disk #
Create partition MSR size=128
Create Partition EFI size=100
Format fs=fat32 quick Label="System"
Create Partition Primary
Format fs=ntfs quick label="Windows"
Now it's time to apply the image using DISM
Dism /apply-image /imagefilae:(directory and filename of your wim file) index:#(the number of the image. If you used a captured image of your own, type 1, otherwise you'll need to know which one is it) /applydir:w:\
dism /apply-image /imnagefile:x:\win832uefi.wim /index:1 /applydir:w:\
Wait until it finished. USB 2.0 can be quite slow.
Finally, this is the crucial part, adding the boot manager with UEFI support
w:\windows\system32\bcdboot w:\windows /f ALL /s S:
Voilá! Install the HDD to your device or reboot and remove Windows PE media. You should be able to boot uefi 32 bit now.
Hope this helped.