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Shortage of desks haunts Tanzania's education sector

Kinondoni Mayor Yusuph Mwenda

Two municipalities in Dar es Salaam face an acute shortage of desks for primary and secondary schools, leaving thousands of pupils stranded, retarding their development.

In an interview with this paper, Kinondoni Mayor Yusuph Mwenda admitted that the shortage of desks in his area is too high.

Kinondoni municipality has 1.8 million residents, more than any of the three municipalities of Dar es Salaam, others being Temeke and Ilala.

“This population obviously means that number of children attending school is also very high, hence the requirement of desks will also be high,” he said.

Mwenda explained that there are over 23,000 primary schools in Kinondoni, meaning that the demand for desks is very high.

BOA celebrates family day

Bank of Africa(BOA) Managing Director Ammish Owusu Amoah

 BANK of Africa (BOA) Managing Director Ammish Owusu Amoah has reminded the community to be mindful of others in the society as December festivities approach.

Amoah made the remark during this year’s Family Day party hosted by BOA in Dar es Salaam over the weekend.

Stressing on the importance of family in the organization he said the bank will always strive to ensure that their staff concerns both in and out of the office are adequately addressed to reduce chances of
suffering from depression or stress.

The fun-filled event saw the bank engage their staff and their families in various sporting and mind games
that sought to bring out creativity and innovation which form part of the group’s core values.

Pinda, other dignitaries to grace Mzumbe graduation

Mzumbe University main campus

 Prime Minister, Mizengo Pinda is expected to be one of dignitaries to grace the 12th graduation ceremony of Mzumbe University main campus in Morogoro Municipality today.

Rather than a high caliber official, premier Pinda is attending the graduation as a proud parent, there to witness one of his own children along with 1748 other graduates be conferred their degrees by Mzumbe University Chancellor, Judge (Rt), Barnabas Samatta.

Vice President Bilal supports fundraising for school desks

Asumpter Mshama, Nkenge Member of Parliament

Vice President Dr Mohammed Gharib Bilal late last week graced a fund raising event aimed at raising 100m/- for the purchase of some 2500 desks for Nkenge constituency in Misenyi District, Kagera Region.

Speaking to journalists in Dar es Salaam, the Nkenge Member of Parliament Asumpter Mshama, said the fundraising is organised via the Madawati programme.

She said that, in her district, more than 5000 students seat on the floor while attending lessons but through the Nkenge foundation trust fund and the Madawati program the problem will finally be solved.