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Status of Education and the future of Tanzania Children

The Education Stakeholder Strategic Meeting was held at Twaweza East Africa head offices in Kinondoni Dar es Salaam on Monday 10 May, 2016. The meeting was organized and hosted by TenMet together with Twaweza East Africa. Participants included officials from the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST), Tanzania Bora Initiative, CAMFED, AKUIED EA, BG

TEN/MET’s Child Protection Policy (English and Swahili) available

TEN/MET Secretariat together with Pestalozzi Children’s Foundation has developed TEN/MET Child Protection Policy to ensure it’s fully recognizes its responsibilities for child protection. The consultant for this workshop was an experienced human rights consultants, Sarah Kinyaga. Our policy applies to all network members, staff, board members, consultants, suppliers and volunteers working with our network. There

Tune in on TEN/MET TV Talk Show

Tune in on Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation (TBC1) on Thursday May 12, 2016 at 6:30 a.m on Jambo TBC1 to witness a TV Talk Show hosting Global Action Week (GAWE) 2016 “preparatory” Committee lead by Tanzania Education Network/Mtandao wa Elimu Tanzania (TEN/MET).The TEN/MET Coordinator and the Director of SENSE will be live in the air talking

Newsletter Vol 4 Issue 1 & 2 available now !

At every three months a new newsletter is issued. These Newsletters provide various work reports made ​​by the secretariat and TEN / MET members . Members are asked to send their reports to the TEN/MET Coordinator (through e-mail: coordinator@tenmet.org) in advance so they can be placed on the newsletter . The following links below permit

TEN/MET in collaboration with APHRC aim at improving quality of education for children living in urban informal settlements in Tanzania

The African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC) is currently implementing the Urban Education project aimed at improving the quality of education for children living in urban informal settlements in East Africa through evidence-based advocacy in the three countries (Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania). The project seeks to promote the adoption and implementation of supportive policies