The policy will be given to teachers who will be mandated to carry out testing of learners at the beginning of every school year. It was developed with support from Children at Risk Action Network-crane, VIVA, Cheshire Uganda and the Ministry of Education.
She says that they are also educating employers about the value of having their employees professionalize and register with ICPAU. As part of their strategy to operationalizing the move, the institute will continue publishing lists of professional accountants.
Speaking to Journalists on Tuesday after their closed-door meeting, Kadaga said that Mbeki is visiting the country on an assignment of the African Union to consult government and Parliament on regional integration.
The youth pleaded with the assembly that the roles of the youth in the Church should be honoured with a replica of the International Youth Day on the African continent for the youth to celebrate at the various regional blocs of the Symposium of the Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar (SECAM).
Her concern stems from a statement attributed to the Public Service Ministry Permanent Secretary, Catherine Bitarakwate on Friday last week indicating that Uganda lacks specialists because they retire at 60 years of age when they can still serve the country.
The dental department lacks equipment such as lights and furniture while the eye department lacks slit-lamp used for examining the interior part of the eye, tonometer for determining the intraocular pressure (fluid pressure inside the eye), ophthalmoscope used in the inspection of the retina, reflection, and lid rotation sets and loops used in eye surgery.
They are Private Dennis Mangusho, formerly attached to the 63 Battalion, Lance Corporal Edward Mubbale, formerly attached to the Land Forces Headquarters, Bob Anichan, formerly attached to Uganda Military Academy Kabamba.
While meeting a team from Kyagalanyi coffee limited on Tuesday, the committee chairperson Janet Grace Okori-moe on Tuesday says that following the excitement and the mixed reactions of the bill, they will meet all interested parties in the coffee sector. She says they plan to meet experts, ordinary coffee growers and also visit areas where coffee is grown.
According to the 2018/2019 district status report, the completion rate is at 37 percent, implying that averagely, for every 100 pupils that start primary one in any school in the district, only 37 make it to Primary Seven.