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12:16
12:16

Defilement, Domestic Violence Cases Worry Kakumiro Authorities parents 2

Mary Assumpta, the Senior Nursing Officer Kakumiro Hospital confirmed the high number of teenage pregnancies resulting from defilement.
19:17
19:17

Parents Seek Compulsory Enrollment of Politician's Children in UPE Schools 5

They argue that the UPE program has suffered setbacks because the people in authority and wealthy parents take their children to private schools and give little or no attention to the progress of government schools under the UPE Program.
15:46
15:46

Parents Blamed for Increase in Teenage Pregnancy kabale 4

Statistics from the District Health Office indicate that 4,400 girls aged between 13-20 years, became pregnant last year. This year alone, the district has recorded 225 cases of pregnancy among girls aged between 14 and 18.
15:48
15:48

Kamuli School On the Spot for Denying Exams to Fees Defaulters school dues 1 1

Yovan Mugere a parent, says that he pleaded with the head teacher two weeks before the exams started and he had allowed his two children to sit for the UCE exams with a fees balance of 50,000 shillings.
12:24
12:24

Parents Struggle to Return Daughter's Remains from Oman company

Mugume wants the Gender, Labor and Social Development Ministry to intervene and help him to recover the remains of his daughter for a decent burial.
12:44
12:44

Hoima Parents Conned in Dubious Bursary Scam conman 3

Julius Hakiza, the Albertine region police spokesperson says that Katende, duped parents that he had been sent by a Born Again Church Trust to secure scholarships for needy students. Each parent paid between 50,000 to 100,000 Shillings to have their children registered for the scholarships.
16:44
16:44

Mityana Municipality Considers Revamping PTAs gobierno 5

Annet Namugenyi, a parent says there are ready to contribute as parents to support the schools provided there is proper accountability.
14:51
14:51

Parents Arrested for Failure to Send Children to School accusation 4

The Pakanyi Sub County LC 3 chairperson, Frank Asiimwe, says they summoned 45 out of the 500 parents to the sub county headquarters for a meeting this morning but only 17 showed up.
11:26
11:26

Masindi Authorities to Issue Criminal Summons to Parents pupils 2

Frank Asiimwe, the Pakanyi Sub county LC 3 Chairperson, says they have received more than five hundred names from the head teachers.
11:04
11:04

Parents Condemn Planned Teaching of Dating, Courtship in Schools 4

Several parents in Kigezi sub region have condemned the move by the Ministry of Education and Sports to approve Sexual Education framework of teaching primary school pupils dating and courtship. The framework, expected to be unveiled by the Ministry this month, has clustered learners into five groups targeting pre-primary, primary, secondary and tertiary institutions. Its in upper primary cluster targeting learners aged 10 to 12 years that dating and courtship topics will be introduced.
07:37
07:37

Parents Demand End To Automatic Promotion Of Learners uwezo 2016 report 3

Peace Mworozi, a parent from Kigata Primary School in Kyanamira Sub County says that automatic promotion undermines the objectives of education as a catalyst for eliminating poverty and illiteracy in the country.
07:29
07:29

Parents Want Thematic Curriculum Reviewed uwezo 2016 report 4

But Moses Mbwengye, the Senior Inspector of Schools Kabale District insists the thematic curriculum is still relevant, adding that the same curriculum is used by private schools.
07:31
07:31

Parents Take Responsibility For Poor Academic Standards uwezo 2016 report 5

Alex Kamusiime, Chairperson of Board of Governors at Canaan High Primary School in Southern Division in Kabale Municipality, says most parents have neglected their roles, which impacts heavily on performance.
15:53
15:53

World Vision Faces Eviction from Rukiga Office over Rent unpaid rent arrears 3

Charles Ssentamu, the World Vision Rukiga branch manager, declined to comment, saying he has been out of office since money last week.
15:36
15:36

NIRA Officials Accused of Extortion parents 4

The parents say that NIRA is asking them to pay 2000 Shillings in order to register their children under the ongoing registration of learners
13:21
13:21

Education By-law Meets Resistance parents 2

Bernard Mastiko, a parent in Kakiika division, says some parents are unable to sustain their children at school after losing all they had.
07:18
07:18

Parents Lock Out Head Teacher 3 3

Julius Baker, one of the concerned parents, says the head teacher has never bothered to caution teachers who show up at the school drunk, which compromises performance.
13:41
13:41

Kabale, Rubanda Disagree on School Feeding Funds parents 2

A disagreement has emerged between parents from the newly created district of Rubanda and Kabale District Education officials over sharing of funds for Uganda Multi-Sectoral Food Security and Nutrition Project.
17:56
17:56

Family of Mak Mob Victim Demand UGX 2.5bn Compensation parents

Students ganged up against David Ojok, a former Makerere University students on suspicion that he was a thief.
17:17
17:17

Parents Storm Schools, Demand End of Strike

This morning, more than stormed Kyakatara Primary School demanding that the teachers call off the strike and resume lessons.
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