TEN/MET Secretariat together with Pestalozzi Children’s Foundation has developed TEN/MET Child Protection Policy

TEN/MET Developed Child Protection Policy to ensure it’s fully recognizes its responsibilities for child protection. The consultant for this workshop was Sarah Kinyaga.
Our policy applies to all network members, staff, board members, consultants, suppliers and volunteers working with our network. There are five main elements to our policy:
• Ensuring that enrolment/recruitment of our network members, board members, staff, suppliers, consultants and volunteers is guided by this child protection policy.
• Raising awareness of child protection issues with our network members and equipping children with the skills needed to keep them safe.
• Developing and then implementing procedures for identifying and reporting cases, or suspected cases of abuse.
• Facilitating network members to support children who have been abused in accordance with the agreed child protection plan and the Law of the Child Act, 2009 and other applicable laws.
• Advocating for and contributing to establishment of a safe environment in which children can learn and develop their capabilities.
We recognize that because of the day to day contact with children, members and staff are well placed to observe signs of abuse and take action. The network members will therefore:
• Establish and maintain an environment where children feel safe, encouraged to talk, and are listened to.
• Ensure children know that there are counselling and guidance teachers in the school whom they can approach if they are having child abuse issues.
Include child participation program for children to develop the skills they need to recognize signs and stay safe from abuse.

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We are an autonomous education network with a packed experience of almost two decades in the education sector and unwavering credibility with the Development Partners, the Government of Tanzania, education stakeholders and affiliated with international bodies.

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Offers are invited from individuals with significant experience of designing and implementing final end line evaluations, institutional analysis, impact assessment and other socio- economic analysis. Consultants must provide proof of the following qualifications and expertise:
- An advanced degree in one of the following areas: education, social science, development studies, or other related area.
- Experience in carrying out evaluations relating to experience of working around the themes of education and programs in developing countries, preferably in Africa and particularly in Tanzania.
- Demonstrated experience in assessing institutional development programs, particularly education based programs
- Excellent research and analytical skills, in both qualitative and quantitative methodologies.
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- Experience of coordinating research teams
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- Proficiency in English and Kiswahili.

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TEN/MET Participated in the review of the joint UPR CSO's joint Report

This report has been prepared by a coalition of about 80 human rights NGOs from across the country. The coalition has been monitoring and documenting the implementation of 107 accepted UPR recommendations during the past four years. The coalition found that 9% have been fully implemented, 62 % partially implemented, and 29 % not implemented. Implementation report was developed after A workshop was held on 26/4/2015 where CSOs were grouped according to thematic issues to collectively review the government’s implementation of the 107 accepted recommendations

At the last page the ANNEX A showed up the list of other CSO's participated in the preparation of this report

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Contribution of CSO’s to the Delivery of Education 2013/2014

Joint Education Sector Review 2014: "Contribution of CSOs to the Delivery of Education 2013/2014"

Contribution of TEN/MET to Education July 2013-June 2014

TEN/MET Secretariat contributed in:-
Capacity Strengthening TEN/MET Members
Policy Engagement
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