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 Head Teachers Cautioned Against Swapping Pupils

Headteachers in Ntungamo district have been cautioned against the practice of swapping primary seven candidates with private schools who tend to register those sought to be average performers from government schools and retain a small number of those thought to be able to score division one.

 

This was made public by Ntungamo district education officer Odo Arigye during the function to release 2018 primary schools mock results.

 

CSO’S Tipped on Transparency

 

 By NDLG Communications Office

Ntungamo

 Civil Society organizations have been challenged to always uphold transparency if they are to remain relevant in the areas within which they operate.

 

The call was made by Ntungamo district Local Council V chairperson Denis Singhahache while speaking at entry meeting for the sustainable outcomes for children and youth –SOCY held at Ntungamo district boardroom.

 

Singhahache revealed that some organizations have failed to deliver to the expectations of the leaders.

Teachers Cautioned on Drunkenness

 

 

Teachers in the southwestern district of Ntungamo have been cautioned over allegations of drunkenss which believed to be affecting their performance .

The call was  on Friday made by the Uganda National Teachers Union Secretary General Philibert Baguma while facilitating at one day education workshop that attracted representatives of teachers from all the sub branches in the area held at Ntungamo District Council hall.

Mp Rwakimari Irked by Increased Cases of Child Neglect

By NDLG Communication Office

Ntungamo

 

The Ntungamo district woman member of parliament Beatrice Rwakimaari has expressed concern over the increasing caes of child  neglect attributing to early marriages and failure  to fulfill their obligations.

 

Rwakimaari revealed that child battering and defilement, and cultures that allow early marriages and sexual harassment have persisted.

Ntungamo district registers atleast two cases of abandoned children every week with most of them from the town councils of Rubaare and Rwahi-Rwentobo.

 

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