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Nov
2014
EventsNews | Proposed Construction of Car parking, landscaping at MCDGC Head Office Dar es Salaam and rehabilitation of various buildings for Msaginya and Mto wa Mbu Folk Development Colleges.TenderNOTICEDailyNews.pdf » full article

May
2011
News | Minister of Community Development, Gender and Children, Hon Sophia Simba has induced family members and community in general to be more responsible of children care and upbringing. This objective can be reached by increasing speed in productive works and income revenue so that parents will be able to serve their family effectively. » full article

May
2011
News | Three girls named Bertha Mtalo, Onorina Mgana and Yasinta Kifunge, who were students at Rungemba CDTI, soon after they took the certificate in Community Development came to our office and inquired on job adverts. » full article

May
2011
News | WIW staffs meet regularly every two weeks with Star Shinning Group (a group of women formed and organized by the WIW in Mamtukuna FDC) to discuss various issues concerning the group. During a meeting one of the group member, Balbina Kimashele Tesha (57) gave positive feedback on the money she received from other members of Star Shinning Group. » full article

May
2011
News | Deputy Minister of Community Development, Gender and Children, Hon. Ummy Mwalimu challenged girls while emphasizing importance of education rather than engaging in sexual acts that can threat their studies. » full article

May
2011
News | Development is a wide topic and may include education, health and other aspects. Here we look at develop differently, sticking much on what cognitive development is, Usually poverty affects development directly and indirectly. Physical development can be affected directly while cognitive development has indirectly relations and causes. » full article

Mar
2011
News | Dar es Salaam: President Jakaya Kikwete has asked the Ministry of Community Development, Gender and Children to devise mechanisms to monitor resources dished out to NGOs. Mr Kikwete said he was irked that most of resources allocated to the NGOs do not reach to intended beneficiaries. » full article

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