Addressing the high rates of teenage pregnancies, Minister Mateke emphasized the need to strengthen parenting, noting that neglecting parental duties for financial gains compromises children's safety and protection.
Elizabeth Kemigisha, Manager of Advocacy and Policy at The Uganda Association of Women Lawyers-FIDA, speaking at a press conference, emphasized that the struggle is predominantly led by NGOs, which, due to financial constraints, face sustainability challenges.
Dr. Jane Egau, the undersecretary at the ministry, announced these guidelines, stating that students who do not provide academic progress updates and those who do not progress will not be funded for the subsequent year.
Ssekitoleko, now in retirement, shared her insights before the Amanya-Mushega-led education policy review commission on Wednesday drawing from her extensive leadership experience and roles as a diplomat and consultant in diverse countries.
The Academic Registrar, Professor Buyinza Mukadasi, notes in a statement issued on Monday evening that the adjustment aims to assist students in meeting their academic requirements and financial obligations.
Sadiiki emphasized that the committee not only made recommendations for future bishop nominations in the Church of Uganda to address past challenges but also stated that these suggestions would be deliberated by the provincial assembly standing committee and the provincial assembly. He further noted that if the recommendations necessitate amendments to the constitution of the Church of Uganda, they will be appropriately addressed