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15:51
15:51

"Those Who Refuse COVID Jabs Will End In Hospitals or Die" Say Medics Ministry Of Health 4 1 Top story

Rumours and myths surrounding Covid-19 vaccines have thrown some Ugandans into an abyss of fear and mistrust yet studies have shown that current vaccines appear to be effective enough to end the COVID-19 pandemic.
19:11
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95% Of Kampala Residents Worried About COVID-19 Spike sauti za wanainchi 1 2 Top story

The survey, whose findings were released on Saturday found that 95% of the residents were worried about the current wave the of the pandemic.
18:53
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Health Ministry Urges Against Herbal Concoctions in Covid-19 Treatment twaweza uganda 1 Top story

The surge in the COVID-19 cases and deaths in the country has forced some affected persons to turn to all sorts of concoctions for treatment instead of getting to hospitals for management.
11:58
11:58

Lira School Waits Eight Years for First Grade Result twaweza uganda 1

Akwia-Woro Primary School is a rural school located in Alobo-loi village, about 500 meters from the Lira-Kole District border. It has a population of more than 600 pupils and 13 teachers. The last time the school recorded the first grade was during the 2010 Primary Leaving Examinations, when two of its candidates then, posted aggregates in division one.
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Gov't Asked to Implement Sexuality Education Policy twaweza east africa 5 1

Last findings from a qualitative study from across Uganda in the months of September and October by Twaweza found out that a large percentage of pupils continue to drop out of school as a result of pregnancy. Dr Mary Goretti Nakabugo, the Uwezo Regional Manager, Twaweza East Africa argues that schools need to become safe spaces for girls.
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Karamoja Residents Share Water with Animals sauti za wananchi 3 2

At Lokisile village in Rupa Sub County, Moroto district, both herdsmen from the area and Turkana pastoralists share water with animals at the dam, which is the only water source. The residents use the contaminated water for drinking, bathing and other domestic needs.
13:49
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UWEZO Concludes 7th Learning Assessment twaweza east africa 4 2

Findings from previous surveys concluded that children are not learning and that they are not acquiring the foundational skills of literacy and numeracy consistent with the official curricular requirements in the country.
18:26
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Twaweza Asks Farmers to Prioritize Food Storage sauti za wananchi 2 1

As Uganda joins the rest of the world to commemorate World Food Day, Twaweza Uganda has called for more engagement of farmers on how to store their harvests to fight food shortage.
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Twaweza Wants Access to Information Fee Scrapped twaweza east africa 3 1

Violet Alinda, the Advocacy Manager at Twaweza while releasing the findings on Friday at the Twaweza East Uganda offices in Naguru said that the fee hinders the citizens to access information from government institutions.
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Funding Cuts Defeat Education for All Resolve –Teachers twaweza uganda 4 1

The demand was made by a cluster of teachers, head teachers and non-government organizations during a meeting to commemorate the Global Action Week for Education. The officials observed that Ugandas education standards are slipping because financing into the sector is inadequate, a move which defeats the ambition for providing education for all.
13:48
13:48

Govt Faulted for low Literacy, Numeracy Levels twaweza uganda 3

The indictment follows a World Bank report on education which indicated children are learning very little in school with millions lacking basic numeracy and literacy skills even after spending several years in school.
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Strengthening Citizen's Capacity and Voice to Demand for Accountability and Transparency twaweza uganda

This unfortunate situation in the sector is blamed on corruption as most of the investments made in the sector leak through corrupt tendencies. The baseline on integrity in the water sector indicates that on average about 10% of funds allocated to the sector are estimated to leak through corrupt tendencies. Empirical evidence has shown that accountability and transparency in rural water service delivery is weak hence influencing the willingness of water users to pay for services
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