Education

Soon to open schools says Janet Museveni

Even if school closures occur frequently because of COVID-19 Pandemic, might the government be making these decisions to protect children's lives, as we all know that COVID-19 Pandemic poses a great threat to humanity?

Getting Education Institutions up and running again I have noticed that many of you have been questioning why we aren’t reopening schools, and I can understand it is getting on your nerves.

Because of this, I decided that it was time to talk about this issue, as opposed to being silent about it. First of all, I’d want to ask you about your opinions on why the government elected to keep schools closed.

Even if schools stay closed, the government is still paying instructors, and this means that they aren’t seeing any profit from having the country’s schools closed. The poor education system in this country means that teachers at private schools can only receive wages from the tuition of their students. This has greatly harmed private schools over the last few years.

Even if school closures occur frequently because of COVID-19 Pandemic, might the government be making these decisions to protect children’s lives, as we all know that COVID-19 Pandemic poses a great threat to humanity?

Occasionally, I have seen how unnecessarily offensive you can be, like for example, your comments such as “just open schools”. Actually, if you think a lot about this challenge, it’s obvious that opening schools is the easiest option.

You guys truly want this, and I can understand why. Why then, have we decided to keep schools closed?

Please trust me when I declare that we have given a lot of consideration and planning to this activity. I want to detail our worries to you now.

 

As you may be aware, the 15 million youths who make up our country’s school population are entrusted with ensuring our nation’s future. if any of them

It would be devastating for Uganda if something happened to the ports.

 

The one exception to this risk, however, is that if their parents are infected, and most of these children go to school, then they will become orphans exactly way HIV/AIDS devastated countless families. At that time, many children in Uganda were left without their parents.

We have some additional challenges to think about. At the end of the day, we prefer to be patient and will continue to vaccinate our teachers, learners who are above 18 years old, and those in need in order to have enough protection.

We should help to keep our citizens from failing as much as possible. Thus, if you believe that your government cares about your well-being and has good intentions, you can have faith in the fact that your school’s closure was not a punishment, but rather a necessity in light of the sequester, therefore you will be safe

We’re certain that God (who we believe to be the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob) will bless the education sector, because this is an exceptional time.

The PLE, UCE, and UACE were all blessed by his amazing intervention. We have proof of this.

Scripture (specifically, Genesis 26) shows that nothing is impossible with God. Isaac planted when famine hit, but he was able to reap ten times what he planted.

I have faith that the students will still receive a good education even in the face of these difficult circumstances. I am sure that if we pray and get all the vaccinations we can, then we will get through this terrible time because I know that God is helping us. In the end, we’ll be able to leave everything behind us.

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