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09:39
09:39

EU Ambassador Calls for Empowerment of Girls woman 1 2

Ambassador Pacifici called for the need to tighten safety measures for the girls, especially in rural areas.
09:18
09:18

Hailstorm Deroofs Jagusi Secondary School education 1

Wanyama says that they were preparing learners for the end of term exams when the disaster occurred, adding that the current situation does not favour them to continue with their daily school programs.
17:39
17:39

Kamuli Progressive Banned for Fronting 25-Year-Old Man in Schools Games player 1 1

According to a statement released by Uganda Secondary Schools Sports Association-USSSA, Stephen Mugulusi, a striker with Kamuli Progressive school, was found guilty of using different names to feature in different tournaments. Basing on the evidence extracted from the 2018 alumni album of St. Henry’s College, Mayuge, USSSA found Kamuli Progressive guilty of knowingly fielding an overaged 'mercenary' to compete in the children's games.
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16:32

She-Maroons, Rhines SSS Qualify for Women Elite League Finals woman 1 Top story

“Football is won through moments and She-Maroons had their moment, which they used to score a winning goal. We are first-timers in this elite league and for sure the girls, most of whom are ordinary Level students, played their best, they have received the necessary exposure and if circumstances allow, they will play much better next season,” he said.
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16:52

Gov’t Recalls Certificates of Private Secondary Schools private school 1 2

Edward Ssebukyu, the Assistant Commissioner of Private Schools and institutions, says the decision is aimed at cleaning up the private secondary school’s register and update information on all schools across the country.
13:27
13:27

Ministry of Education Sets Reopening Dates for Non-candidates school 1 1

According to the circular issued on February 9th by the Permanent Secretary Alex Kakooza, pre-candidates in P.7, S.3, and S.6 will report back to school on March 1 and study for 14 weeks before breaking off on May 2021. P.4 and P.5 will report to school on April 6 after Primary Leaving Examination and will study for 8 weeks and break off June 21 to allow lower primary classes to report and use the school facilities.
17:36
17:36

Voters Task MP Mwiru to Improve Service Delivery area 3 2

During Mwiru’s campaign launch on Friday, the voters say that their area is lagging in terms of quality health care with frequent drug stock-outs and poor infrastructure within the lower health facilities yet there is limited government intervention to improve the situation.
15:06
15:06

Amuru District Risks Returning UGX 800m to the Treasury for Seed School classroom blocks 1 3

In the 2018/2019 financial year, the government allocated 1.3 billion shillings for the construction of Amuru Seed Secondary School.
18:56
18:56

Schools Embrace Virtual Engagements in the Face of COVID-19 child 5

President Yoweri Museveni ordered the closure of schools as one of the measures to control the spread of coronavirus, which, according to experts, moves faster in large gatherings. At the time of the closure, the learners were just half way into the term which started on February 4, 2020 and was due to end on May 1, 2020.
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Hearing Impairment: Ogwang Scores Sufficient Points for Gov’t Scholarship Uganda 1 1 Top story

Charles Owilli Adur, Deputy Head teacher Wakiso Secondary School, who also has a hearing impairment, observes that from day one Ogwang was determined as he was focused on his lifelong desire of attaining university education. “For a special needs student to break all the barriers this is great news.
07:59
07:59

Teacher Shortage, Instructional Materials Thwart New Curriculum secondary school 8 1

However, many schools sampled by Uganda Radio Network across the country are struggling to conduct lessons under the new curriculum due to lack of instructional materials. Many do not have learning guides, assessment frameworks and student’s textbooks, among others.
16:20
16:20

Police Quells Teachers Strike in Iganga transport 2 4

The teachers had been informed that they were to sign for a transport refund of 30,000 Shillings each. They stormed out of the training hall at around 12:30 pm demanding their facilitators to either increase the transport costs or cancel the training.
07:23
07:23

How Schools Cheat Examinations; Accounts by Inspectors of Schools education system 4 1 Top story

URN caught up with some inspectors of schools on the most common and bizarre forms of cheating in schools they have encountered. Olivia Bulya, the Inspector of Schools in Mukono Municipality, says social media as a vibrant communication channel has been largely used to circulate examination papers and questions across the country to learners.
12:31
12:31

South Sudan to Host Regional Scouts Inter-Patrol Competitions district 2 3

According to Patrick Bamukunda Batukura, the Assistant Chief Commissioner in charge of Training at the Uganda Scouts Association –USA, the winning teams will be taken through training to ensure they win at regional level as well.
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14:26

Pictorial: The 2019 National Scouts Camp ground

This year's camp was organised under the theme; “Living by the scout promise and law”. St Geralds Secondary School Nyakibaale became the overall winners for this year in the secondary school category followed by Rukungiri Primary Teachers College boys.
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10:10

Students Injured in Jinja-Kamuli Road Accident village 2 3

Initial reports indicate that the driver of a commuter taxi registration number, UAZ 639S lost control of the vehicle which was reportedly over speeding and swerved off the road after hitting a raised hump. The vehicle overturned in Lwanda village.
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