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Closure Of Schools Has Caused An Increase In Teenage Pregnancies – Activists

Closure Of Schools Has Caused An Increase In Teenage Pregnancies, Activists

Activists under the umbrella National Youth Advocacy Platform(NYAP) have blamed the increase in teenage pregnancies on the closure of schools. NYAP chairperson, Crispin Mutehimbwa Kakuba says much as teenage pregnancies were there when schools were open, it has now become worse. “The Covid pandemic and the resultant closure of schools has resulted into the girl child especially in rural and ...

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Increasing Teenage Pregnancies, Are Children Safer With Teachers Than Their Parents

Increasing Teenage Pregnancies, Are Children Safer With Teachers Than Their Parents

Teenage pregnancies have been on the rise since children stopped going to school due to Covid. Isn’t it absurd? Is it that children are safer at school with their teachers than with their parents at home. How come children have gotten so wild while at home? What are the parents doing about teenage pregnancies? The number of girls that have ...

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Desire Luzinda Urges Parents To Watch Out For The Girl Child

Desire Luzinda Urges Parents To Watch Out For The Girl Child

Local singer Desire Luzinda who is now based in the US has come out to give advice to parents out there to keep an eye on the girl child. The singer said that ever since the COVID 19 pandemic broke out, teenage pregnancy has really spiraled out of control. “Since the outbreak of coronavirus, teenage pregnancy has really highly increased. ...

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Worship Places To Open, Limited to 200 people

Worship Places To Open, Limited to 200 people

President Museveni has directed worship places to reopen. However, he has limited the number to only 200 people. Churches and mosques will start operating this week under strict observation of the SOPs. “Places of worship can now open: limit the number of worshippers to not more than 200 people with strict adherence to SOPs,” President Museveni The President has asked ...

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All Students Above Age Of 18 Years Should Be Prioritized For Vaccination – Ministry Of Health

All Students Above The Age Of 18Years Should Be Prioritized For Vaccination

The ministry of health has written a letter to all district commissioners directing them to prioritize the vaccination of all students above the age of 18 years. Apparently, teachers have been on the front line of vaccination but students should join in too and this should be done by the end of September. “Going forward, all students above the age ...

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