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151. Tanzania: Can PRS Succeed Where SAP Failed?
  Monday, August 08, 2005  by Admin
  Most observers agree that the structural adjustment policies (SAPs) implemented in Tanzania and many other low-income countries over the last two decades have not resulted in sustained economic growth or poverty reduction. At the same time, the large loans that helped finance adjustment contributed to a rapid increase in external debt and deepening dependence on continued aid flows to maintain macro-economic stability. At the turn of the millennium, global efforts to address the debt crisis met with some success. Tanzania was one of the first countries to qualify for debt relief, receiving pledges of three billion US dollars relief over 20 years.
152. Chinese scientists set out to explore Great Rift Valley in E. Africa
  Monday, August 08, 2005  by Admin
  A team of Chinese scientists left Beijing tuesday for a 15-day scientific research expedition to the Great Rift Valley in east Africa. The research team, organized by the China Scientific Exploration Association, will enter southern part of Ethiopia to explore the Great Rift Valley and study the change of geological environment and the origin of human being.

153. ICT Indicators in Education
  Wednesday, August 03, 2005  by Admin
  The objectives of this paper is to understand Why we want ICTS in schools and colleges and How we measure ICTs in schools colleges. Some of the questions it raises include: 1) Does using a computer increase achievement? 2) Why should children use computers? 3) Why should teachers use computers?
154. Ministry supports women empowerment project
  Wednesday, July 27, 2005  by Admin
  The Tuseme programme promotes women for higher education will this year be rolled out in Secondary schools. This years theme is Ninajiamini na Nitaweza (I believe i can do).
155. Students Partnership Worldwide: School Health Education Program (SHEP)
  Monday, July 25, 2005  by Admin
  Students Partnership Worldwide (SPW) is an NGO whose aim is to make young people central to the development process. SPW has implemented a Demonstration Model of School Health Education in Iringa. The programme trains and deploys Tanzanian and European youth as peer educators in the frontline of a schools-based campaign to mobilize young people against HIV/AIDS. The educators use participatory activities in both the classroom and extracurricular activities to educate students in adolescent sexual and reproductive health (ASRH)
156. Education Sector Development Programme Procurement Guidelines
  Tuesday, July 19, 2005  by Admin
  Procurement guidelines for Secondary Education Development Plan from 2004 - 2009. These guidelines will be used by Head of Schools in executing procurement functions with the objectives of procurement being efficient, transparent, accountable and adhering to good governance.
157. Education and Training Policy
  Tuesday, July 19, 2005  by Admin
  This policy takes into account reviews, reports and recommendations regarding the education system and is also a guide to the future development and provision of education and training in Tanzania.
158. The Education Sector Development Programme
  Tuesday, July 19, 2005  by Admin
  This is the revised financial management and accounting guidelines for the secondary education development plan for 2004 - 2009. The major objective of this was to develop Guidelines that were suitable, flexible and sustainable for the use of SEDP resources.
159. Education key to good governance - Mkapa
  Tuesday, July 12, 2005  by Admin
  President Benjamin Mkapa has said that good governance could be achieved in Africa if the youth received quality education. The President made the remarks at the Reunion Conference of the Teachers for East Africa Alumni in Dar es Salaam.

He said, ’’Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.’’ He added that the development of a nation depended on the education of the youth.
160. SMEs advised to seek business education
  Thursday, June 30, 2005  by Admin
  Small and Medium-size entrepreneurs are encouraged to seek business education and consultancy services so as to run their businesses efficiently.
161. Siku ya Mtoto wa Afrika
  Thursday, June 30, 2005  by Admin
  Siku ya watoto wa Kiafrika imekuwa ikisherekewa katika Afrika nzima kama nafasi ya kuleta ueleo kwa watu katika masuala yanayo athiri maisha ya watoto. Mada ya mwaka huu ni Watoto Yatima, Jukumu letu wote.
162. Post Graduate Diploma in Poverty Analysis Application for 2005/2006 Intake
  Monday, June 13, 2005  by Admin
  The Economic and Social Research Foundation and Research for Poverty Alleviation in partnership with the Institute of Social Studies in the Hague, Netherlands, are inviting applications for a Post Graduate Diploma Course in Poverty Analysis. Deadline for Application is 15th June 2005.
163. Govt tells youths to join fight against graft
  Tuesday, April 12, 2005  by Admin
  Tanga Youth Development Association (TAYODEA) has been called upon to reach out to more young people, both in and out of school, in the ongoing national anti-corruption drive.

Tanga Regional Administrative Secretary made the call at the weekend during the opening of a one-day anti-corruption education workshop for Tanga Municipality. It was organised by the association in collaboration with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

The seminar was intended to create awareness on the impact of corruption on the country’s development. The Office of the Vice-President is implementing the project.
164. Tamwa Organizes Media Workshop
  Thursday, March 31, 2005  by Admin
  TAMWA has organized a journalism-training workshop for its members to enhance their professional skills.The training will be followed by the 2005 AGM for its members on Saturday 2nd April 2005.
165. Give Africans education and they will fly high - Mkapa
  Friday, March 18, 2005  by Admin
  President Benjamin Mkapa, yesterday, at a ceremony to lay the foundation stone of the Aga Khan Academy – dubbed Centre of Academic Excellence – in Dar es Salaam, spoke about the importance of education to Africa, saying it would enable its people understand better their constitutional and political rights and that educated people were easy to lead.


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