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YVES MUHIRWA: “School clubs are a source of discipline. When we join different clubs, teachers in charge embark on teaching students how to behave.  Clubs also help us to get new skills such as playing the piano and other musical instrumentals, as is the case in the Music Club”.
R-L:YVES MUHIRWA;LOUANGE MUGISHA;STELLA KANGABE
R-L:YVES MUHIRWA;LOUANGE MUGISHA;STELLA KANGABE

YVES MUHIRWA: “School clubs are a source of discipline. When we join different clubs, teachers in charge embark on teaching students how to behave.  Clubs also help us to get new skills such as playing the piano and other musical instrumentals, as is the case in the Music Club”.

LOUANGE MUGISHA: “Clubs are important because it is a platform where girls can discuss issues that affect them. The Girls club teaches young girls the value of education. It is through this club that girls are trained to become confident and learn to achieve and focus on their set goals without avoidable interferences.”                             

STELLA KANGABE: “Clubs help students to learn about key life issues. Like in the Anti-Aids Club, students understand how AIDS is spread, its effects and how people avoid contracting it. In this club, students get enough information on how to help people living with HIV/AIDS.”

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