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Women’s rights groups have condemned Tanzanian President John Magufuli’s comments that schoolgirls who give birth should be banned from state schools.
An online petition has been set up and a pan-African women’s organization is mobilizing to get the president to reverse comments he made at a rally in Tanzania’s coast region last Thursday, where he argued that if the girls were permitted to resume studies, they would encourage other schoolgirls to engage in sex. no pregnant student will be allowed to return to school,” he said, reported .
Critics say that school authorities have framed such practices to control adolescent girls’ sexuality rather than equipping them with necessary tools to make informed decisions about sex.
According to a 2013 report from the Center for Reproductive Rights (CRR), more than 55,000 Tanzanian schoolgirls have been expelled from school over the last decade for being pregnant.
Tanzania passed a law in 2002 that allows for the expulsion of pregnant schoolgirls for “offenses against morality” and “wedlock”, but women’s rights advocates have recently been urging the government to change the law.
Two weeks ago, Tanzania’s Vice-President Mrs Samia Suluhu called for young mothers to be readmitted to school, saying they should not be denied a right to education.
He argued that teen moms would influence other girls to get pregnant.
How did he arrive at the conclusion that girls influenced each other into pregnancy?
Instead of punishing the already troubled girl, Dr.
The people of Tanzania have a rich cultural heritage that spans back centuries.
However you look at it, this president has no respect for girl-child and children's rights in general.