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Pregnant Girls Flock Back To School

Pregnant Girls Flock Back To School

The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education has recorded an increase in the number of pupils returning to schools in Manicaland Province after dropping out for various reasons.

Early pregnancies and fees challenges were cited as the major factors that contributed to pupils dropping out of school.

A high number of girls fell pregnant during the lengthy national lockdown necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic and forced the closure of schools, Manicaland Provincial Education Director, Edward Shumba, revealed. He said:

From the survey we have carried out, indications are that many girls and their boy peers are back in school after having been out at some point.

The other reports I am getting also show that a sizeable number are already continuing with their studies.

We had to carry out an outreach programme to sensitize communities that girls could actually get back into school after falling pregnant.

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13 Comments

Andrew sanganyado 7 months ago

zvakaoma dai vana ava vakazoita zvechikoro .coz vamwe vacho zvavarikuita vabva ku chikoro ko kana pazoitawo vane pamuviri.pave kudiwa chokwadi pa chikoro kwete kutamba.vana ngavaede ku xcul havo asi there must be order.


Nkululeko 7 months ago

Maybe handisi kuziva kty zvofamba sei apa,anotanga apona here ozovuya kana kty anotouya kuchikoro anenhumbu,kana kuri kty anouya ane nhumbu ndofunga kty mahwani vanhu kadzi ngava comment apa they are the ones who knows what it is to be pregnant


Sc 7 months ago

Ivo vana ngavadzidziswe kuti vamboita zvesxool vasiye zvekuda varume vari vana vadiki


My Kayla 7 months ago

its good bt ka zvoita vamwe vana vaite musikanzwa aaaa munhu kna ada zvekuita mai or baba achiri ku high xul ngagare kumba ozo supplmnter hake


Stephen Maposa 7 months ago

Nothing bad apa wangu. I just wish the ministry will bring the girls exams lapers during the period they be on maternity break not leave this in this case

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Nyasha ndhlumbi 7 months ago

Its bad influence. No sex b4 marriage


Brian M 7 months ago

Children of nowadays vanoziva sex kudarika mabooks....saka hazvishande

Efrence Erisha 7 months ago

That's great ,All glory to God , Im happy for that situation


NHM 7 months ago

Inyoro kaa


Nyasha ndhlumbi 7 months ago

Mind language

Willie Chauke 7 months ago

IAM HAPPY TO HEAR THIS IN ZIMBABWE THAT PREGNANT GIRLS CAN NOW BE BACK ON BENCH. THANKS TO THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION FOR THIS OPTION BUT IS THIS NOT GONNA INFLUENCE THOSE WHO WERE NOT PREGNANT NIT TO RESPECT PREGNANCY DURING SCHOOL. WHAT WILL HAPPEN WHEN ONE WILL BE PREGNANT A MONTH TOWARDS EXAMS AND ALSO BIRTH, WILL SHE GO TO THE MATERNITY LEAVE AND COME BACK FOR EXAMS OR HOW ARE YOU GONNA WORK IN THIS?. MORE TO BE DONE!!!!!.


jombo 7 months ago

Kkkk no one have ever been influenced to be pregnant. Its ones fault

Mhlanguli C.R. Pasi 7 months ago

Glory be to God that such positive changes are occurring in oder society



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