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106. Education ministry beefs up student loans kitty
  Friday, July 24, 2009  by Admin
  THE government will this year provide loans to some 69,442 students in higher learning institutions, for which it has set aside 117bn/-. The Minister for Education and Vocational Training, Prof. Jumanne Maghembe, said this in Parliament yesterday, adding that a further 80.3bn/-would be parcelled out to loan seekers during the second half of the financial year.
107. Deaf Child Worldwide's Small Grants Programme
  Wednesday, March 26, 2008  by Admin
  Deaf Child Worldwide is announcing the 7th round of Small Grants Programme with which it aims to have an impact on the lives of deaf children, their families, service providers and policy makers by establishing quality partnerships with locally-based organisations. We fund one to three year projects up to £10,000 per year. The deadline for completed concept notes is 30 May 2008 for projects with a start date of January 2009.
108. Tanzania secures more scholarships from Indian Government
  Wednesday, March 26, 2008  by Admin
  The government of India has increased the number of scholarships to Tanzanians. Indian Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh said the increase was made in response to a request by Vice-President Dr Ali Mohamed Shein who is on an official tour of India.
109. CRDB Bank lines up 300m/- for community projects
  Wednesday, March 26, 2008  by Admin
  CRDB Bank Limited vows will continue to support government efforts to improve education in the country as part of its corporate investment strategy; it`s managing director Dr Charles Kimei said in Arusha recently.
110. Knowledge Management
  Thursday, February 14, 2008  by Admin
  Knowledge Management (KM) comprises a range of practices used by organisations to identify, create, represent, and distribute knowledge for reuse, awareness and learning. KM programs are typically tied to organisational objectives and are intended to achieve specific outcomes, such as shared intelligence, improved performance, competitive advantage, or higher levels of innovation.
  Thursday, January 24, 2008  by Admin
  IFP-Tanzania is hereby announcing the fellowships for advanced study, for the 7th Round of Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program for the 2009/10 Academic Year. Deadline for applications is not later than 5.00 p.m. on Monday 10th March 2008. Late applications will NOT be processed!!

112. Between ourselves: the new generation of information and knowledge intermediaries
  Tuesday, December 11, 2007  by Admin
  In May 2007, the Institute of Development Studies convened a meeting entitled "Intermediary workshop: summarisers and synthesisers", bringing together information and knowledge intermediaries working to increase access to research in development contexts by providing, portals, gateways or reporting services. The report is intended for those with interest in the role of information and communication – particularly research - in generating better development outcomes.
113. Manual - Getting Started on Running a Junior Farmer Field School
  Wednesday, November 28, 2007  by Admin
  To help children who are made ever more vulnerable by the HIV/AIDS epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and UN World Food Programme (WFP) has launched a new manual on how to establish farm schools to teach orphans crucial
skills. The new manual advises on how to create a Junior Farmer Field and Life School to educate children on how to create sustainable livelihoods and long-term food security.
114. Farm schools for vulnerable rural youth on the rise in Africa
  Wednesday, November 28, 2007  by Admin
  Farm schools for vulnerable children affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic are playing an increasingly important role in sub-Saharan Africa, FAO said today. The schools are teaching orphans vital farming and life skills ensuring them sustainable livelihoods and long-term food security.
115. Wisdom Required
  Sunday, November 18, 2007  by Admin
  A tug of war continues between owners of commuter buses and licensing authorities on how much money pupils should pay when they use the buses for any trip. Bus owners insist that the traditional Sh50 is outdated and unacceptable.
116. Liberation a Must for Africas Education
  Thursday, November 15, 2007  by Admin
  Most African countries are still wallowing in abject poverty 45 years since independence, despite being rich in resources. To alleviate poverty, donors and development partners have pumped billions of shillings as foreign aid in Africa. Still, poverty persists. Different governing modes have been hailed and tried but poverty continues to bite. What is wrong with all these emancipation methods? When will Africa be given a break?
117. Tamasha na Maonesho ya Asasi za Kiraia 2007
  Monday, November 12, 2007  by Admin
  The Foundation for Civil Society inayofuraha ya kuzijulisha AZAKi Tamasha la Tano la AZAKI litafanyika Mjini Arusha katika Kituo cha Mikutano cha Kimataifa, (Arusha International Conference Centre - AICC) Tarehe 22 na 23 Novemba 2007.
118. 3rd International Conference on ICT for Development, Education and Training
  Thursday, November 1, 2007  by Admin
  The 3rd International Conference on ICT for Development, Education and Training will take place from May 28 to 30, 2008 in Accra, Ghana. eLearning Africa has established itself as the largest and most comprehensive capacity-development event for technology-enhanced education and training on the Continent.
119. Pupil wins art competition for second consecutive year
  Sunday, October 28, 2007  by Admin
  A standard Seven pupil of Vikuge Primary School in Kibaha District, Coast Region, Bakari Mshangani has won a fine art competition in the region for two years consecutively. He was studying at the school under the Community Based Education of Tanzania (COBET) was the winner of the regional competition last year and also second at national level.
120. Guidelines for Preparing Concept Notes and Proposals
  Tuesday, October 2, 2007  by Admin
  The publication provides practical advice/ guidelines on writing a concept note and a proposal for analytical research. There is also a section of suggested research topics under REPOA’s research themes.

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