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Number of pregnant finalists fewer than expected -MOE

Kampala, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT  |  Surprisingly few female pregnant finalists returned to schools after the re-opening last year according to the ministry of education and sports. Due to the high number of pregnancy cases recorded during the lockdown, ministry of education officials expected to have over 1,000 finalists in this …

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Kabarole receives 20,000 face masks for learners

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Kabarole district has received 21,274 face masks that will be distributed to learners in private and public schools. According to Steven Asiimwe, the Kabarole Resident District Commissioner, the masks are aimed at preventing the spread of the COVID-19 among learners. He also says that each …

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Rukungiri district receives 25,000 face masks for learners

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Rukungiri district has received 25,000 face masks for learners in candidate classes. The face masks were delivered in fulfillment of a pledge made by the Ministry of Education to aid learners as classes resumed amidst coronavirus disease pandemic. While handing over the face masks, Dan …

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Universities not adhering to Covid-19 SOPs

Kampala, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT |  Universities are not adhering to the Covid-19 Standard Operating Procedures- SOPs.  Last month, President Museveni ordered for the commencement of learning for candidates in Primary seven, senior four, senior six and finalists in tertiary institutions and universities. The learners reported to their respective schools on …

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Average turn up in Kasese as schools reopen

Kasese, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT |   There has been an average turn up of learners in Kasese District as schools re-opened for finalists and candidate classes.  In some of the schools visited by Uganda Radio Network reporter, they had at least 50 percent turn up of learners. Adherence to SOPs …

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