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2019 UACE: Performance improved, girls beat...

"The fact that more learners can transit to the next level means there is more efficiency in the education system," says education and sports minister...

2019 UCE: Performance improves, boys beat...

Last year, O'level candidature increased, and more girls than boys registered and sat the final exams. Meanwhile, the rate of malpractice dropped, with...

As it happened | Uganda Today - Friday, January...

During a regional forum on labour migration, member nations push for the revision of their laws to facilitate portability of social security benefits to...

Sh15b earmarked for govt aided secondary...

Each secondary school will have six classrooms, a multi-purpose hall, and staff houses for six teachers, an Information and Communications Technology laboratory,...

2019 PLE: Boys beat girls, 1512 results withheld...

Cases of exam malpratice were reported, with the results of as many as 1,512 candidates withheld, as investigations continue. Scores of suspects have since...

210 teachers trained in managing children...

Ojok said the training was caused by the lack of skills teachers need to handle children with special needs, as most of them are not trained in that particular...

Kitgum girls to benefit from sanitary pads...

Lamwaka, who is a retired primary school headteacher, said she witnessed girls dropping out of school immediately they started seeing their periods.

🔊 NiE | Keeping your child safe during holidays...

Is there a person you know that is your child's friend? Your child could have playmates in the neighbourhood. But do you know who they really are? That's...

🔊 PODCAST: NIE - Children with disabilities...

We have them in our communities, in our families and in our schools. Here is a discussion on children with disabilities.

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Kawempe neonatal ICU gets new equipment

Kawempe neonatal ICU gets new equipment

The health minister, Dr Ruth Aceng, urged health workers to use the new facilities to save the newborns.