Education in Tanzania- is provided by both the public and private sectors, starting with pre-primary education, followed by primary, secondary ordinary, secondary advanced, and ideally, university level education. The Tanzanian government began to emphasize the importance of education shortly after its independence in 1961. The importance of education for young people is well recognized by parents, governments and communities. Statistics prove again and again that even basic education significantly improves livelihoods, economies and health.
In light of this, education is one of the key strategies being deployed to achieve the Millennium Development Goals. In developing countries where particular challenges are faced.
These include limited equipment and books, low salaries for teachers and unreliable transport for children to name just a few. More recently, the government budget shortfall for this year has seen public schools under greater pressure.
Even with resources, engaging young people to learn is in itself a challenge. Limited resources however mean we have to be creative. The gap can be bridge to ensure our children are inspired to become educated citizens. The only way to bridge this critical gap is for communities, organisations and governments to work together, pooling resources and implementing innovative, stimulating programmes to educate our young people
Save the future foundation is stepping forward to take it seriously on how it can help young people to get quality education.
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