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Zanzibar2017-12-03T08:17:17+03:00

FAWE Zanzibar

ZANZIBAR

Background:

Population: 641,000 people
Area: 2,382 sq. km

5 regions, 10 districts
GNP average annual growth rate: 4.5% per annum

KEY GOVERNMENT EDUCATION POLICIES:

  • Government encourages partnerships with religious authorities and external partners. This policy increased enrolments in ECC from 2.8% in 1998 to 86.2% in 1998
  • No compulsory payment of school fees but communities are encouraged to contribute
  • Girls are given incentives in order to increase enrollments
  • Government runs sensitization programmes for communities to address needs of girls and special children
  • There is an active policy to promote participation of girls in science and technology
  • Provision of education to neo-literates (re-entry) through radio and group programmes
  • Provision of guidance and counseling services in schools
  • Developing an accreditation system for ‘Madrasah’ and ‘Quran’ schools in order to provide quality education.

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KEY COUNTRY CHALLENGES IN GIRLS EDUCATION

  • Shortage of classrooms and other teaching facilities
  • Lack of laboratories and other science facilities
  • Few female teachers
  • Predominant use of Kiswahili language affecting development of the English language
  • Poverty limiting access to education
  • High dropout rates
  • Poor curriculum that does not reflect learners’ needs
  • By 1996, there was not a single institution of higher learning that offered degrees and post-graduate diplomas
  • Poor performance in SMT

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