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The Tanzania government has lifted a ban that kept pregnant students and adolescent mothers from attending school. Speaking in Dodoma, Education Minister, Dr. Joyce Ndalichako said that the government will now allow all students who dropped out of school due to various reasons including pregnancy

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Government reverses controversial 2017 policy instituted by the country’s late leader, John Magufuli.Government reverses controversial 2017 policy instituted by the country’s late leader, John Magufuli.

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Tanzania said it would allow pregnant students and teenaged mothers to continue with their studies, reversing a heavily-criticised policy instituted by its late autocratic leader John Magufuli.Tanzania said it would allow pregnant students and teenaged mothers to continue with their studies, reversing a heavily-criticised policy instituted by its late autocratic leader John Magufuli.

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This comes four years after late president Magufuli ordered pregnant girls be expelled and blocked from returning to school. This comes four years after late president Magufuli ordered pregnant girls be expelled and blocked from returning to school.

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Tanzania said on Wednesday it would allow pregnant students and teenaged mothers to continue with their studies, reversing a heavily-criticised policy instituted by its late autocratic leader John Magufuli.Tanzania said on Wednesday it would allow pregnant students and teenaged mothers to continue with their studies, reversing a heavily-criticised policy instituted by its late autocratic leader John Magufuli.

Tanzania's Teen Mothers Can Now Attend School As Controversial Ban Lifted

Tanzania will now allow girls aged 12 to 19 years who left school due to pregnancy to resume formal education after giving birth, its education minister said on Wednesday, ending a ban on the return of such students which has been criticised by rights groups as discriminatory.Tanzania will now allow girls aged 12 to 19 years who left school due to pregnancy to resume formal education after giving birth, its education minister said on Wednesday, ending a ban on the return of such students which has been criticised by rights groups as discriminatory.

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The government had set up a parallel education system for pregnant schoolgirls.The government had set up a parallel education system for pregnant schoolgirls.

Tanzania to scrap ban on pregnant schoolgirls

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