TEN/MET Public Events

The principal public events by which TEN/MET provides a national forum for education stakeholders are Global Action Week, the Quality Education Conferences (QEC), and the Community of Practices Conferences (COP). These events are held yearly.

The table below gives a summary of these events and others, and links to the presentations delivered at each event. Clicking on the event name will bring up the webpage for that event, together with a table of links to the presentations. Click on the author's name to download the presentation in PDF format.

We regret that the 3rd QEC proceedings were wiped out in last November's website crash.

Year
Event
2010
2011
2011
2011
2011
2012
2012
2012
2012
2013
2013
2013
2014
2014

 

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QEC Conference 2014 Wraps up

The Seventh Quality Education Conference wrapped up in Dar es Salaam on June 20th. It experienced three very successful days of presentations and discussion. The conference featured a number of Tanzanian educators and education stakeholders. The papers are available for download at the links in the table below. More will be added as they come in. In the next few days, a representative sample of photographs, taken during the conference, will be posted to the website. The final report for the Conference is now available at this link, and on the Publications page.

Author Title
Balasessa
Conference Program
Kapinga
Machogu Conceptions and Perceptions about Inclusive Education
Massae Young Voices Project
Meena A Walk to Inclusive Education
Mhando Extending Inclusive Education...
Mkonongwa Is Inclusive Education Understood?
Mnyanyi Inclusive education Policy Reviews
Mtana Language and Inclusive Education
Murasi Educational transitions...
Vuzo Bridging Opportunities through the Medium of Instruction

 

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TEN/MET Final Report on ECCD now available

The Final Report of the TEN/MET Baseline Study on Promoting Children's Rights to Early Childhood Care in Tanzania, is now complete. It is available for download as a PDF file on the website at this link.

The study was conducted by Prof. Lyabwene Mtahabwa (PhD) of the The University of Dodoma, before the end of 2013. Its objectives were:

  1. Establish the level of enrolment in preschool as well as the barriers to enrolment
  2. Determine trends in budget allocation by the Government to ECCE
  3. Investigate child abuse cases and actions taken against such cases
  4. Find out the extent to which parents and communities are aware of the need to enrol their children in ECCE programmes as well as protect them from abuse
  5. Enable preparation of advocacy and campaign tools to increase access to and attendance of young children in ECCE as well as ensure their safety and security, particularly for disadvantaged children

It is available for download as a PDF file on the website at this link.

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QEC 2014 in Pictures

Below is a representative sample of photographs taken during the three days of the QEC Conference, from June 18th to June 20th, 2014.

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QEC 2014 in Pictures
Activity
TEN/MET Coordinator making statement for the media
Guest of Honour making speech
Speaker presenting
Speaker presenting
Group discussion
Group discussion
Mary Soko, TEN/MET Chair, presenting
Group picture
Group picture 2
Speaker presenting
Tea break!
Discussions during tea break
Participants making notes
Dr. Tilya making a point
Rapporteur recounts previous day's minutes

L-R: S. Byabato, NECTA;

Dr. Mkonongwa, DUCE;

A. Kamugisha, TEN/MET

Group picture 3

 

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GAW 2014 Njombe

GAW 2014 wrapped up in Njombe Region, Ludewa District on May 9th at an event at MTC hall in Mlangali, that was attended by 87 education stakeholders. The Report, available at this link from the Italian NGO ACRA, a partner of TEN/MET member Intervita, gives the details.

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