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Shortage of 600 classrooms hits Tarime

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Shortage of 600 classrooms hits Tarime


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Pressure mounts on loans board as students cry foul

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Pressure mounts on loans board as students cry foul


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Government grilled over sanitary towels to girl students

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Government grilled over sanitary towels to girl students


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Caring for children with chronic illness at school

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Caring for children with chronic illness at school


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A young man on a mission to inspire his peers

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A young man on a mission to inspire his peers


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Use institute for land survey: Mabula

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  • AM Steel company donates Sh150m steel for building Dar teachers’ offices
    AM Steel company donates Sh150m steel for building Dar teachers’ offices

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    Dar es Salaam. Dar es Salaam regional commissioner Paul Makondo has received 405 tonnes of steel worth Sh150 million from AM Steel Company for the construction of primary and secondary school teachers’ offices in Dar es Salaam. The donation is as a result of the RCs mobilisation project for both private and public institutions to donate construction materials for modern teachers’ offices that would help improve working conditions
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Schools

  • Pre Form One
    Pre Form One

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    After seven years of primary education back in the 1990s,pupils would spend some few months waiting for the examination results by doing various things. Majority of the primary school graduates would stay at home helping their parents or visit relatives. Currently, things have changed as many pupils have to join some secondary schools for pre Form I classes while others has to attend some camps meant to train them on life skills
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    Tags: Schools |  Primary Schools |  Basic Education |  Pupils | 
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Students

  • NGO opens application window for higher education student loans
    NGO opens application window for higher education student loans

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    Dar es Salaam. A local non-governmental organisation, Tanzania Social Support Foundation (TSSF), has opened an application window for higher education students to apply for soft loans to finance their studies in the academic year 2017/18. The move brings hope to students, who have not accessed loans from the Higher Education Students’ Loans Board (Helsb) in the same academic year. In an advert by TSSF’s department of Higher Education Fund (HEF) on Wednesday, November 1, 2017, the loan covers ordinary and advanced diplomas as well as undergraduate degrees in an accredited higher learning institution within the United Republic of Tanzania
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Higher Education

  • Fate of 19 blacklisted universities awaits TCU
    Fate of 19 blacklisted universities awaits TCU

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    The fate of 19 higher learning institutions, which were barred from admitting new students in the 2017/18 academic year for irregularities, will be determined after the Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) finishes going through their reports. In July, TCU barred 19 higher learning institutions from admitting students in the next academic year for failing to meet admission requirements. The TCU also delisted 75 courses taught at those institutions
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Teachers

  • Shortage of latrines, teachers threatens learning in Dodoma
    Shortage of latrines, teachers threatens learning in Dodoma

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    Mundemu Primary School at Bahi District in Dodoma Region has a shortage of at least 23 pit latrines. Besides, the school, which has 914 pupils, has nine teachers only, a situation, which makes learning difficult. School head Mr Dasent Kyamba said the public school had been operating unprofessionally because of being faced with many challenges. However, he hailed the Sanitation and Hygiene Programme in Tanzania for supporting the school to improve its hygiene by providing safe-water buckets, soaps and other relevant facilities
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    Places: Africa |  Sub-Saharan |  E. Africa |  Tanzania |  Dodoma |  Bahi |  Dodoma | 

Tertiary Education

  • Bank to spend Sh160m on varsity scholarships
    Bank to spend Sh160m on varsity scholarships

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    Dar es Salaam. Barclays Bank Tanzania has introduced two education programmes targeting to finance university students and help them gaining experience after graduation. The programmes include Sh157.86 million scholarships for 23 University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) students and an internship initiative called work-based experience that targets 200 graduates. The bank will sponsor the 23 students who come from poor families for three years starting this year and facilitate four-month internship for the 200 graduates who will be placed in various organisations across the country by paying them stipends from September to December 2017
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Universities

Pupils

  • Teacher, farmer arrested for attempting to defile Tanzanian pupils
    Teacher, farmer arrested for attempting to defile Tanzanian pupils

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    A secondary school teacher and a farmer have been arrested in Kuria West for allegedly attempting to defile two Tanzanian pupils.Residents alerted police about suspects John Machera, a teacher at Masara Secondary School, and his friend Paul Makuri.The two are said to have come from the country with the girls. They were arrested while booking a room at a lodging in Nyamohanse centre
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    Tags: Schools |  Secondary Schools |  Teachers |  Basic Education |  Pupils | 
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