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Sep 2023 4 results
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East African States Collaborate to Lobby, Share Notes on Climate Financing 5 1 Top story

In East Africa, individual states are diligently preparing to find the crucial funds and recognize the need for a collaborative approach that involves sharing experiences and expertise.
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Disability Rights Activists Decry Deprivation of the Deaf in Sign Language Development 2

Robert Nkwangu, the UNAD’s Executive Director says Uganda Sign Language is a natural language developed by deaf people and is structurally distinct from spoken languages but equal in status. He notes that while sign language originated, developed, and evolved from the deaf people themselves, the deaf people are being treated as “spares” in sign language services.
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12:02

Alleged Capitation Fraud Rocks Mbale School for the Deaf, Anti-Corruption Unit Expands Investigations 1 Top story

Sources within the education community suggest that the challenges at Mbale School for the Deaf run much deeper than inflated student numbers. "It's a situation that goes beyond what's immediately apparent. There are hidden influences at play here. To give you an example, the headteacher has wielded considerable power, almost as if the school were her personal domain. She has significant connections," noted one source.
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11:45

Alur Kingdom Turns to Football to Retain Girls in School 2 1

According to the available information from the Alur kingdom secretariat, primary school Completion rate for boys stands at 47 percent and 27 percent for girls with an overall completion rate of 37 percent for both boys and girls.
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