| Wizara ya Maendeleo ya Jamii, Jinsia na Watoto inatangaza majina ya walioteuliwa kujiunga na masomo ya taaluma ya Maendeleo ya Jamii ngazi ya Stashahada na Cheti cha Awali kwa mwaka wa masomo 2011/2012.
| Nazneen, K. (2003) “Mind the Gap: Mainstreaming Gender and Participation in Development”.
In Phimbert, M (ed) Institutionalizing Participation Series.
Russell Press. Brighton BN1 9RE, United Kingdom
ISBN 1 84369 466 2. Abstract
This paper draws a lesson of gender mainstreaming work for those who seek to institutionalize participation. The author begins…
| Kraus-Harper, U. and Halper, M. (1992).
Getting Down to Business: A manual for Training Business Women
SRO, Exeter. 103/105 Southampton Row, London WC1B 4HH, UK.
ISBN 1 85339 113 1 Abstract
This book is designed for anyone who is responsible for designing, managing or actually conducting business training for women. It provides detailed guidelines for…
| Myers, J. (2008). “Keeping Children Safe; Training for Child Protection”.
Keeping Children Safe Coalition.
Save the Children UK. Tool 3.
ISBN 978-1-84228-085-0. Abstract
A document pack flexible training exercises and materials to help individual and organization to train the staff to meet the standards for child protection.
It contains programs…
| Elders of that area were there watching with so much seriousness whatever was going in there, but sadly, they seemed to ponder on something else that we were to find later on.
Earlier on, hundreds of activists had marched around Mugumu, the headquarters of Serengeti district with placards relaying a message on FGM with most of them calling upon an end to the practice. The songs, poems,…
| Gender issues have benefited from the improved division of labour in Tanzania. The government's gender working group has been effective in various sectors, such as local government, education, agriculture and the legal sector. The working group has helped to integrate gender aspects into ongoing policy dialogues in these areas and received regular updates on progress made.
The new division…
| This article looks at the key challenges of achieving gender parity in Tanzania and considers whether the quota system can be an opportunity for achieving parity. The discussion draws heavily on TGNP’s engagement in local and general election processes since 1995, and, more specifically on a recent election feedback session held with women who contested at ward and constituency level from Dar-es-Salaam…
| Nineteen years ago, the Government of Tanzania signed the CRC, which it ratified in 1991. Yet legal protections for children were scattered among many statutes, and many laws were outdated, having been derived from the colonial era. These inadequate laws provided scarcely any protection for children at risk.
“This is a huge step forward,” said UNICEF Representative in Tanzania Heimo…
| Street children are amongst the most vulnerable and marginalized members of society, often lacking access to food, shelter, health care, security and education. This study is preliminary research to identify the issues faced by street children in accessing quality education in Dar es Salaam and the potential for further research in the area.
| The purpose of this paper is to facilitate understanding by education stakeholders of the role of nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and community based organizations (CBOs) in the development of education in Tanzania, It is hoped that this understanding would improve partnership between the Government, the private sector, and civil society and promote transparency and accountability among them.…
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