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The day was celebrated under the theme: “In partnership with men and boys for the development of women and girls of Uganda”.
Banyenzaki said that girls should not be looked up as the source of wealth through bride price stating, that when educated, are the best and able leaders in the country.
“When a woman is educated and she is posted in any office be it government or private, you will never hear of any scandals like corruption or embezzlement of funds because it is difficult to bribe a woman,” Banyenzaki said.
He added that women are very useful in upbringing children emphasising, that scientifically, a child takes the highest percentage of the female
genes at birth thus should be treated with care.
The Minister said that the government is committed to helping women to improve their livelihoods through financial support and taking girl child education a first priority.
“The Parliament has also increased health budget such that facilities can be equipped with all the necessary requirements such that we save mothers who attend antenatal care.”
The Kable district Woman Member of Parliament, Hon. Ninsiima Rona Rita, also appealed to women to join efforts in the fight against the
looming poverty among women.
Ninsiima also urged young girls to stay in schools and avoid early marriages if they are to have a brighter future and become useful for the nation.
She also asked women to stop taking Waragi which she said that reports indicate that alcohol drinking among women in the district is on rise where women join men in bars till late.
She reported that women now days carry Waragi packets even while going to gardens which said noted it’s the major cause of family breakups.
Speaking on the same cerebrations the Kabale district Chairman, Patrick Besigye Keihwa, hailed government for providing funds to districts aimed at empowering women welfare.
Keihwa, however, noted that domestic violence in families in the district is on the increase where women have been harassed by men.
The day was braced with parades commanded by women, music dance and drama and football match between Kabale university women football
team and Kabale School of comprehensive nursing and over 40 people were awarded with medals for their outstanding achievements in farming, Agroprocessing and value addition in the district under NAADS programme.