Member's contact information

Due to a number of enquiries in recent weeks for TEN/MET member contact information, we have put a list of active members on the website. This is an Excel spreadsheet in PDF format, containing the office location of the member organization, the name of the organization, email address, and telephone number. The list will be updated as new member information arrives. The file is available by clicking on this link.

TEN/MET engages new FCS Project Officer

TEN/MET is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Alistidia Kamugisha as the new Project Officer for the Foundation for Civil Society Project, enhancing policy analysis, lobbying and advocacy for equitable access to inclusive quality education. The FCS Officer will lead in the implementation and management of the Project. This will comprise, but not be limited to, initiation and implementation of capacity building initiatives for TEN/MET Members, thereby building their internal capacity to work on policy issues, lobbying, and advocacy. This will also include carrying out policy analysis, reading and critiquing key education policy documents, and providing TEN/MET members with policy-related materials to assist them in their lobbying and campaigning work.

Children's Agenda 2013 Year end Review

TEN/MET's partner, UNICEF coalition Children's Agenda met for its Year end Review for 2013, on Jan 28th & 29th, 2014. The final report is now ready and available on the website at this link.

TEN/MET's Annual Report 2012-13

TEN/MET's Annual Report for 2012 -2013 is now available on the website at this link.

TEN/MET Baseline Study 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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