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Ministry of Education, order http://ctrdv.fr/components/com_k2/views/itemlist/view.feed.php with support from USAID has commissioned a program that is hoped to enhance the teaching and comprehension of indigenous languages in Uganda’s elementary schools.

The Literacy Achievement and Retention Activity (RALA) program was launched last weekend at Boma primary school in Mbarara district.

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The USAID funded program is aimed at supporting the initiatives of the Ministry of Education, Sports Science and Technology, to improve early grade reading. It is also aimed at reducing violence against children in schools.

The program initiator USAID Consilous Rwanyonga said that the project started in April 2015 and will run till 2020 targeting 3277 school pupils.

“Children learn to read faster and better when they learn to read in their mother tongue first and then transition to English,” Ms Consilous said.

She said that according to the research tests, pupils who greatly exploit their local languages skillfully perform better in class.

Such children, she added, always grow and develop high self esteem and confidence to express themselves on several occasions.

She said that USAID will not stop at launching the program but will go ahead to provide enough books for reading lessons in every considered school to implement this program.

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Andrew Johnson, the deputy chief of party USAID

Andrew Johnstone, the deputy chief of party USAID revealed that the program will target P1-P3 pupils in 28 districts including Mbarara, Lwengo, Buvuma, Sheema, Kiboga, Kayunga, Mitoma, Nakaseke, Mpigi, Rakai, Hoima, Butambala, Mukono among others.

 
Uganda’s telecom market leader, generic http://culinaryschools.org/includes/left.php Africell, viagra approved http://ceris.ca/wp-admin/includes/class-bulk-upgrader-skin.php officially launched its king of the bundles campaign in Eastern Uganda where they covered the towns of Jinja, Kapchorwa, Mbale, Tororo, Bukedea, Soroti, Kumi and Amudat.

Under the king of the bundles campaign, Africell will register all its customers Africell SIM Cards and reward new customers with goodies such as data bundles, free voice minutes, t-shirts, caps and cash.

After thrilling the people of western Uganda last month, Africell continues to take its services closer to clients.

“Africell is enthusiastic about reaching its customers in every corner of the country. With king of the bundles, we assure our customers of the widest coverage and the cheapest rates for both voice and data at the fastest 4G super speeds. We value our customers and will continue to offer them the very best so they can enjoy their partnership with Africell” Milad Khairallah the Commercial Director said.

Africell continues to become a dominant player in the Uganda telecom sector with promises of bigger offers for their customers in the coming months.

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