March 1, 2013
Am a grown up youth living in the suburbs of the capital city Kampala in Uganda East Africa.Being passionate about reproductive health issues most especially to young people and having an experience with Older persons in the Ghetto areas of the city has enabled me to stay focused and live a just person.
Sometimes I wonder how the community perceives the roles and responsibilities of the schools.Life in schools is so challenging and so tricky that if a child doesn't stand on the lessons and values from home that were imparted in him.her she might be at the losing end even if she/he is an excellent fellow academically in the whole district.
Sometimes I come to note that its the home morals or values that shape people not the educated that forms a valued person in the community.
Children in schools face so many challengers that the head teaches keep a blind eye and or deaf ear with reason of not either spoiling the name od the school,losing the certificate/license and or when the head teach is also not morally upright.
Its to the parents sole responsibility followed by the children then the school head backed by the entire community that should come out to protect the well being of our children