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Replacement of Asbestos Roofs Starts in Kabale Schools

The two schools have been for many years used asbestos roofs despite warning by health experts. According to World Health Organisation-WHO, exposure to asbestos causes different types of cancer, especially that of the lung, larynx, ovaries, and mesothelioma.

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Replacement of Asbestos Roofs Starts in Kabale Schools 2 5

The two schools have been for many years used asbestos roofs despite warning by health experts. According to World Health Organisation-WHO, exposure to asbestos causes different types of cancer, especially that of the lung, larynx, ovaries, and mesothelioma.
11:49
11:49

Kabale Deputy RDC, Principle Clash over Expelled Students 2 2

In her response, Furaya says that he has no reason to discuss with Rugaaju about the matter yet the expulsion was discussion and okayed by the Institution’s disciplinary committee. She declined to comment more about the matter.
09:58
09:58

Police Foils Revenge Attack on Gulu School

Patrick Jimmy Okema, the Police Spokesperson for Aswa River Region says students of Creamland High School claim that Oloya’s accomplices had returned to the school to avenge his death at 2am on Thursday night after hearing that Oloya had died from Gulu Hospital.
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15:16

MPs Ask Ministry of Education to Address Salary Disparities 1 1

MP Jacob Opolot said that it was important that the issue of salary disparities within the sector is urgently handled demanding to know what the ministry was doing about the issue.
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14:15

Kyenjojo Schools Lack Classrooms Ericson Niwaha 2 2

At Kandama Parents Primary School, a Catholic-founded, there is no single permanent structure. Most classrooms are dilapidated, too small and at the verge of collapse. The headmaster, Ericson Niwaha, says that when it rains most classes are abandoned and pupils run to the nearby Kandama Catholic Church for shelter.
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10:53

Underfunding Hindering Basic Education Program in Karamoja 2 1

ABEK program was integrated in the daily routines of the Karimojong children who were allowed to learn within their home settings under tree shades or simple mud and wattle huts put up by communities.
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07:39

NCDC Seeks UGX 143Bn to Roll Out Lower Secondary Curriculum 1

The National Curriculum Development Centre (NCDC) has sought an additional funding of 143.9 billion shillings to enable the roll out of the lower secondary curriculum that has taken 12 years.