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8. Girls Education in Tanzania
  Saturday, November 12, 2005  
  In 2002, Tanzania's efforts to see all school aged children in primary school got underway with the implementation of the Primary Education Development Plan (PEDP).
9. UDEC Training and Shortcourses
  Saturday, November 12, 2005  
  UDEC offers tailor made courses, depending on the specific needs of a client. Over the past two years, UDEC has trained over 3,000 people in its short courses.
10. Training Fund for Tanzanian Women (TFTW)
  Friday, May 14, 2004  
  Includes programmes aimed at improving women’s professional, technical, managerial and other work-related skills. Projects involve income generation, training for entrepreneurial development, leadership and organizational skills. Agriculture, education, health, environmental health, gender and development, entrepreneurship, statistics, accounting, food production, rural technologies are a some of the areas the fund has been involved in. Numerous governmental ministries are involved in implementing the Fund.
11. Community development.
  Friday, May 14, 2004  
  In 2002, the community development colleges conducted training at certificate and diploma levels. A total of 100 community development professionals graduated at certificate level. Out of those professionals, 78 were females and 22 males. At the diploma level, 63 community development professionals graduated constituting 37 females and 26 males. Focal development professionals graduated constituting 37 females and 26 males.Visit the site above.
12. Mechanisms to promote the advancement of women
  Friday, May 14, 2004  
  The Department for Women and Children was established in 1985 in the Ministry of Community Development, Women and Children, on the Mainland, with the mandate to coordinate and monitor the implementation of the Women and Development Policy, specifically addressing: ways and means of reducing women's workloads, improving their health and increasing productivity; promoting education and training; identifying strategies for women's economic empowerment; advocating the development of gender-sensitive statistics; and ensuring that women's experiences and concerns are more fully integrated into the planning process and that adequate resources are allocated for such issues.Open the link above.
13. Entrepreneurship education for technically educated women [in Tanzania] (Sekwao)
  Sunday, May 9, 2004  
  The Commonwealth Association of Polytechnics in Africa (CAPA) launched the Women in Technical Education (WITED) project in 1988 as regional project for promoting the integration of women in Technical Education, vocational training and related careers. A remarkable positive response has been recorded so far. The above site illustrates this in detail.
14. Keeping mothers alive - monitoring maternal mortality in Tanzania
  Sunday, May 9, 2004  
  How can maternal mortality levels be reduced in Tanzania? In the 1990s, Tanzania adopted a strategy based on raising the status of women, increasing health education and improving access to family planning.

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