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Uganda School Health : SABER Country Report 2014

SKILLS SANITATION PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT EDUCATION STRATEGY LIFESKILLSEDUCATION NATIONALEDUCATIONPOLICY NATIONAL SCHOOL CURRICULUM RURALPOPULATION NATIONAL SCHOOL TEACHERS LIFESKILLS SCHOOLING PSYCHOLOGY TEACHINGMATERIALS SCHOOL HEALTH EDUCATION PREVENTION INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS NUMERACY MORBIDITY ATTENDANCE RATES HEALTH EDUCATION EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT EDUCATION POLICY EDUCATION COMMITTEE LIFE SKILLS SCHOOL HEALTH EDUCATION OUTCOMES NATIONAL CURRICULUM SCHOOL HEALTH INTERVENTIONS VIOLENCEINSCHOOLS HEALTH LEARNING MATERIALS DECISIONͲMAKING EDUCATIONSYSTEM HEALTHSERVICES SCHOOL ENVIRONMENTS QUALITY TEACHING SCHOOLCURRICULUM NUTRITION INDICATORS ACCESS TO EDUCATION LITERACY KNOWLEDGE EDUCATIONALACHIEVEMENTS DISABILITIES LEARNING ENVIRONMENT SCHOOLFEEDING PRIMARYPUPILS SCHOOLͲLEVEL SCHOOLCHILDREN EXERCISES PERSONAL HYGIENE IRON TRAINING EDUCATION POLICIES SCHOOL DROP MENTAL DISABILITIES TEACHER TRAINING SCHOOL COMMUNITY GENDEREQUALITY INTERVENTION PRIMARY COMPLETION RATE EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES DISTRICTEDUCATION CHILD DEVELOPMENT VIOLENCE SCHOOL CURRICULUM HEADTEACHERS PUBLICEXPENDITUREONEDUCATION EDUCATIONAL INPUTS HEALTHPOLICY LEARNING SUPPORTIVE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION SYSTEM PRIMARY SCHOOL SCREENING ACCESSTOEDUCATION TEACHING SCHOOL LEVELS ENROLMENTRATIO MORTALITY NUTRITION INTERVENTIONS FAMILYLIFE EDUCATION SYSTEMS LEARNERS STDS SCHOOL PARTICIPATION LIFE SKILLS EDUCATION DROPOUT RATES PRIMARY COMPLETION WORKERS SKILLS TRAINING ATTITUDES VALUES SCHOOLS NATIONALEDUCATION SCHOOL ATTENDANCE HEAD TEACHERS PHYSICAL DISABILITIES CURRICULUM REFORMS NUTRITION PROBLEMS HEALTH POLICY SCHOOLHEALTH INTERPERSONAL SKILLS HYGIENE SCHOOLCOMPLETION CHILDDEVELOPMENT TEXTBOOK HEALTH TRAINING PRIMARYCOMPLETION PROBLEMSOLVING SCHOOLENVIRONMENT GENDERͲSENSITIVE PSYCHOSOCIALSUPPORT LIFEEXPECTANCY SCHOOL CHILDREN MEASUREMENT SUPPORTIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT QUALIFIED TEACHERS INTEGRATED ASSESSMENT NUTRITION TEACHERTRAINING SCHOOLPOLICIES SCHOOL POLICIES ADOLESCENTS SCHOOLͲAGE CHILDREN GROSSENROLMENT CURRICULUM TEACHER SCHOOL NUTRITION SCHOOL FEEDING SANITATIONFACILITIES GROSSENROLMENTRATIO COMMUNICABLE DISEASES HEALTHY SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT PRIMARYCOMPLETIONRATE CHILDREN CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT HEALTHINTERVENTIONS COGNITIVESKILLS ACADEMICACHIEVEMENT EDUCATION SCHOOLSYSTEMS SERVICE TRAINING NATIONALSCHOOL NATIONALEXAMINATIONS ENROLMENT LEVELS HEALTHEDUCATION LIVING CONDITIONS NATIONALEDUCATION POLICY PHYSICALDEVELOPMENT STRATEGY LEARNER SUPPORT SCHOOL BUILDINGS PRIMARY EDUCATION FAMILIES ENROLMENT RATIO HEALTH INTERVENTIONS CLASSROOMTEACHING CLASSROOM EDUCATIONSTRATEGY TRAINING TO TEACHERS SCHOOLͲAGE SCHOOL SCHOOLENVIRONMENTS SCHOOL INFRASTRUCTURE SECONDARY EDUCATION SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT EDUCATIONPOLICY HEALTH SERVICES HEALTHINDICATORS IMPLEMENTATION PUBLICEXPENDITURE SANITATION FACILITIES
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Uganda
2016-06-09T17:48:07Z | 2016-06-09T17:48:07Z | 2014-01

This report presents an assessment of school health policies and institutions that affect young children in Uganda. The analysis is based on a World Bank tool developed as part of the systems approach for better education results (SABER) initiative that aims to systematically assess education systems against evidence based global standards and good practice to help countries reform their education systems to help ensure learning for all. School health policies are a critical component of an effective education system, given that children's health impacts their school attendance, ability to learn, and overall development. SABER school health collects, analyzes, and disseminates comprehensive information on school health policies around the world. The overall objective of the initiative is to help countries design effective policies to improve their education systems, facilitate comparative policy analysis, identify key areas to focus investment, and assist in disseminating good practice.

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