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Any materials short of this should be rejected and not be exposed to the learners," he said.
Although the ministry acknowledges that sexuality education is part and parcel of adolescent health programmes meant to empower young people with skills of making safe and healthy choices, Mr Yusuf Nsubuga, the director basic education, said the information must be age appropriate, culturally and religiously acceptable.
"With great concern, the ministry has noted that a number of organisations and individuals have volunteered to develop materials and provide sexuality education to some educational institutions without first getting permission from the ministry and such materials have often been faulted.
Jenifer Woolsey responded by saying: 'I am sorry that you feel abandoned in all of this.
I tried to be there for you, but it was a bit hard to deal with my own grief and anger while also helping you with yours.