Tanzania: British Envoy Hails JPM’s Education Project

The British High Commissioner to Tanzania David Concar has commended President John Magufuli for the country’s notable progress achieved in the education sector since he ascended to power in 2015. Mr Concar made the commendation on Monday at an event to inaugurate the 10.9bn/ newly-reconstructed Ihungo Secondary School in Kagera Region. The United Kingdom donated …

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Resumption amid the crisis.

Today 18th January, the day primary and secondary schools will be opening in spite of the COVID-19, it is of utmost Importance that the measures and guidelines be strictly adhered to. For instance, public schools in Lagos have installed wash stations, schools have temperature testing kits available. Teachers in Borno state have taken lectures on …

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CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES, a startling reality

Between 93 million and 150 million children live with a disability worldwide. The World Health Organization and the World Bank estimate that in some countries “being disabled more than doubles the chance of never enrolling in school”. An estimated one in three out-of-school children have a disability.Throughout Africa, less than 10% of children with a …

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Violence against children is a crime.

Violence against children is one of society’s vices and it’s after effects is long still witnessed ewhen these children grow into adults.Violence is any form of inflicting harm or pain to a person with severe effects either emotionally, physically, or sexual.This practice is in almost all countries and is perpetuated by those close to the …

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HUNGER AND CHILD EDUCATION.

Sadly, hunger impacts a child’s school performance. Research demonstrates that children from families who are not sure where their next meal may come from are more likely to have lower performance in class, among other challenges. Studies show that children from homes that lack consistent access to food are more likely to experience developmental impairments. …

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