Education and Sports, Health

Education and Sports, Health

b) EDUCATION AND SPORTS
i. Make the study of agriculture compulsory at Ordinary and Advanced levels of secondary education. Schools should have enough land to make agricultural studies practical.

ii. Emphasize the teaching and learning of science subjects through the establishment, renovation and equiping of science and computer laboratories and practical skills
learning centers in all government owned or aided schools.

iii. Improve the quality of the free Primary education through ensuring that all schools are well facilitated with academic materials, good learning environment, sufficient nutrition and adequately motivated staff.

iv. Undertake policies that will ensure that primary education is compulsory for all citizens of Uganda.

v. Increase primary and secondary school teachers’ salaries in Public Schools to a minimum of Ugx 800,000 and Ugx 1,000,000 respectively.

vi. Build or rehabilitate Public schools’ infrastructures such as classrooms, dormitories, lavatories, laboratories, libraries and play grounds countrywide.

vii. Promote competitive sports within schools, regions and at a national level by providing incentives and rewards that encourage investment in sports.

c) HEALTH
i. Renovate, maintain and equip regional and district hospitals as well as community health centers with basic equipment and drugs.

ii. Provide free medical support for diseases like malaria, pneumonia, typhoid, diarrhea, tuberculosis, cholera and dysentery.

iii. Ensure access to clean and safe water by digging boreholes, water wells and availing piped water in every village.

iv. Review the salary structure of medical personnel.

v. Enact polices focused on promoting basic sanitary practices, disease preventive measures and maintenance of adequate health standards.

vi. Build public latrine facilities in every village to promote good sanitation and lower transmissible diseases. This will be coupled with health and sanitation related
awareness and sensitization activities that will help our people to maintain cleanness, wash hands consistently, and manage human excreta.

vii. Re-energize the fight against HIV/AIDS in partnership with religious and cultural leaders and de-campaign stigma and discrimination of HIV-infected people.


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