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STUDENTS who sat for the Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE) last year have recorded a 58.25 per cent pass rate, which saw girl students outshining boys and Mbeya’s St Francis Girls retaining its number one position.



Teachers get training on participatory techniques

Moshi, Kilimanjaro

 More than 30 primary and secondary school teachers from Kilimanjaro region and Europe attended a workshop to share academic ideas on how to develop students’ participatory skills based on available resources for sustainable education development.
Speaking over the weekend during the International inter-teachers’ capacity building workshop held at the Second Chance Education Centre (SCEC) in Moshi, Kilimanjaro region, one of the facilitators from Inter-Community School Zurich and Friends of Tanzania in Switzerland, Angela David said the workshop aimed at sharing modern teaching skills between Tanzanian teachers and their counterparts from abroad.

TASAF sponsors 1,640 pupils to pursue primary education

Tasaf Executive Director, Ladislaus Mwamanga

A Total of 1,640 pupils who failed to join primary school because they had no means of paying for the requirements have been rescued by the Tanzania Social Action Fund (TASAF).
The pupils from Chamwino, Kibaha and Bagamoyo districts were able to join school thanks to the introduction of a money transfer programme by Tasaf to poor households in the districts.

Speaking to The Guardian over the weekend, Tasaf Executive Director Ladislaus Mwamanga said they introduced the programme during the second phase of the Tasaf programme.

Mwamanga said they visited 11,576 households in the three districts, providing them with health services, food and enabling children aged between 6-18 years to go to school. Those between 0 and 5 years old were vaccinated against diseases.

Mwamanga said Tasaf was currently implementing phase three of the programme, focusing on empowering communities to propose projects, implement and monitor those that can improve their lives.