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LESS than one third of girls who join secondary school do not graduate as most of them are exposed to widespread sexual harassment by teachers, a new study has revealed.
TANZANIA as a country has made great progress in addressing health challenges facing its citizens and one of the key areas is in the fight against HIV Aids.
PRINCE Ahmed Al Sudery of Saudi Arabia has assured the Tanzania government of continued friendship between the two countries and its readiness to invest in various sectors, including the construction of crude oil refinery factories in the country.
PLAN International Tanzania has vowed to embark on massive efforts in partnership with the government in a bid to achieve equality for girls.
AS the nation intensifies the war against drugs, former President Ali Hassan Mwinyi, has attributed the problem to ignorance by youth to join volunteer groups and exercise clubs.
MORE than 1.2 million people die every year with 50 million others injured or disabled owing to road traffic crashes, says a World Health Organisation (WHO) Global Road Safety Status report of 2015. The report points out that road traffic accidents are number one cause of death among the younger generation; mostly affecting people aged 15-29. Low and middle-income countries have the highest burden and road traffic deaths.