Sex Education in Schools Gets People Hot and Bothered in Uganda
The controversial adolescent and sexual health education programme is under way and will be implemented in partnership with the WHO, UNDP and Unicef. Religious leaders have opposed sex education in schools saying it will corrupt the minds of young children.
Primary school children at the Sokoine primary school (file photo).
Monitor, 28 June 2018
The district leaders in the Sub-region have said government should not introduce sex education in schools because it will ruin the lives of children. Read more »
The Conversation Africa, 1 July 2018
Uganda has launched its first ever guideline on sex education. The National Sexuality Education Framework 2018 aims to provide a formal, national direction for sex education within… Read more »
The Catholic leadership in Uganda says it will not allow sexuality to be "introduced nor taught" in their Church-founded schools. Read more »