Tanzanian Official Orders Arrest of 55 Pregnant Schoolgirls
Tandahimba District Commissioner Sebastian Waryuba has ordered police to arrest 55 secondary school girls who became pregnant in the past two years. Speaking during a district consultative committee meeting, Waryuba said the school children, together with their parents should be detained pending investigations.
Citizen, 27 December 2017
District Commissioner Sebastian Waryuba has ordered the police to arrest 55 secondary school girls who became pregnant in the past two years. Read more »
Tandahimba's District Commissioner Sebastian Waryuba.
Tanzania: Rethink These Strategies
Citizen, 28 December 2017
Some decisions by public leaders can be most dismaying - and must be revisited urgently. For example, Tandahimba district commissioner Sebastian Waryuba has directed the arrest of… Read more »
Tanzania: Japanese Project to Curb Teen Pregnancy?
Citizen, 27 August 2017
A Japanese organisation has come up with a novel idea to tackle teenage pregnancy in Tanzania. Read more »
Bhekisisa, 14 July 2017
This country's president just told public schools to kick out teen mothers, tens of thousands of whom have already lost out on education. Read more »
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