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FAWE Tanzania

FAWE Tanzania’s action on the ground in line with
the four-pronged approach of FAWE

Policy Advocacy 
• Trained a country core group in gender mainstreaming EFA NAPs
• Monitoring of gender responsiveness in implementation of PEDP
• Worked with Ministry of Education to institute gender responsive curriculum and teaching methodologies
• Developed a gender management training manual

Community and Grassroots Advocacy
• Lobbying activities on gender issue within Ministry of Education
• Procession in Arusha in support of girls’ education during EDEA Biennial
• Gender sensitisation programmes targeting villages, government and civic department

Demonstrative Interventions

  • Bursaries for poor girls transiting to secondary schools
  • Established 22 Tuseme club sand 12 FEMSA clubs in 34 schools
  • Implemented an international Labour Organization (ILO) child labour project
  • Remedial classes improved performance at the COE
  • Community participation in curbing dropout of girls at COE
  • Chapter joined Tanzania Educational Network (TEN/MET) and formed coalition to facilitate the Global Campaign for Education week
  • Chapter participated in trucking funds disbursed by government for schools.
  • Promoting learning of SMT among girls
  • Workshop for education officials on SMT best practices
  • Establishment of Tuseme clubs
  • Collaboration with civic councillors leading to financial support of the centre of excellence.
  • Key Contacts
    Coordinator: Ms. Neema Kitundu
    Chair: Mrs. Winfrida Rutaindurwa

  • FAWE Tanzania Chapter, Posta House Building, 1st Floor Room No. 102 Ohio Street/Ghana Avenue
    P.O. Box 63319, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

  • +255 222-2122871, +255 713 326 273

  • fawetz

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Country Education Statistics – Source: World Bank

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