On 22nd June 2017 while addressing the Bagamoyo District Residents in his 3 days tour to Coast Region in Tanzania President. John Pombe Magufuli of Tanzania made a statement to the public who gathered during where he mentioned that all pregnant school girls from primary schools to secondary schools should NOT continue their education at all once they fall pregnant hence no re-entry meaning an end to their education career. https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2017/jun/30/tanzania-president-ban-pregnant-girls-from-school-john-magufuli While in Tanzania Child Marriage is Legal where girls are allowed to get married at 14 years under parents consent and 15 years legally while boys are to marry at 18 years according to the Law of Marriage Act 1971 , There is a need for amendment of section 13 & 17 of the act to raise the age of marriage to 18 years for the girls and curb early pregnancy. 2018 Pace Now Pregnant Girls in Tanzania are Arrested if Found Authorities in Tanzania over several weekends have been arresting girls five pregnant schoolgirls have been arrested while others are brought into jail when the authorities asked they respond their on the hunt for the men responsible for the pregnancies. Some girls were arrested along with their parents in the northern town of Tandahimba on the directives of a local district commissioner but have since been released on bail. http://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/news/Pregnant-schoolgirls-arrested-in-Tanzania/2558-4255466-hrjfftz/index.html
All girls which faced arrested and released need to have hopes in life ,I set up a fund bascket to provide them with scholarships to resume secondary education once again . Teenage mothers affected by the ban can enroll in a Private school in place and complete their secondary education , however fees are needed to cover their education costs.
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