Radio interactive guidance and counselling sessions for students

Lawrence Lifa |  7 months ago | local

The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education says plans are on course to start radio interactive guidance and counselling sessions in collaboration with local radio stations in Manicaland and other provinces. Learner Welfare, Psychological Services and Special Needs Education Department, Chief Director, Kwadzanai Nyanungo says that the sessions target to militate social ills bedeviling learners in society such as drug abuse and premature sexual intercourse. She further said vision 2030 will be unattainable if young people continue to succumb the social ills.