|Approval Date||02 Apr 2014|
|Signature Date||03 Jul 2014|
|Planned Completion Date||31 Dec 2019|
|Last Disbursement Planned Date||31 Dec 2019|
|Sovereign / Non-Sovereign||Sovereign|
|DAC Sector Code||11420|
The proposed Tanzania Support to Technical Vocational Education and Training and Teacher Education Project is designed within the context of the national human resource development priorities and in support of the development of skills in the country. The project is in support of the priorities of the Country Strategy Paper and is in line with Bank’s own priorities as stated in its 2013-2022 strategy. It will focus on the Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) subsector and Teacher Education (TE), with the aim of contributing to efforts to increase the supply of skilled labor and build capacity for teacher education. The project will provide resources for provision of improved learning and teaching environment at beneficiary education institutions. Key outcomes of the project are increased access to and improved quality and equity of technical vocational education and training; and increased capacity of secondary teacher education in science and mathematics. The expected outputs include expanded infrastructure at 13 institutions with about 8,000 trainees attending at any given time; expanded and extensive use of ICT in instruction at 53 institutions; and increased capacity for teaching, policy formulation, planning and quality assurance in technical vocational education and teacher education. The project will be implemented over a period of five years.
The development objective of the project is to enhance human resources development in order to support inclusive economic growth. The specific project objective is to contribute to increased access and improved quality and equity of technical vocational education and training and to build capacity for secondary teacher education in science and mathematics.
The project will benefit various constituents in Tanzania. A total of 10,800 persons will benefit initially from the project. The primary beneficiaries of the project will be students enrolled in the institutions supported by the project. At any given time, about 8,000 learners will benefit from the expanded and improved TVET and teacher education. Of this 2000 (50% female) will be in VET; 2000 (40% female) in TET; 4000 (40% female) in teacher education. Other beneficiaries of the project will include about 2600 MoEVT staff, comprising 1000 TVET staff and teachers at MoEVT, VETA and technical and vocational education institutions; and 1600 teachers/tutors at secondary teacher education colleges, who will receive training that will upgrade their qualifications and enhance their capacities to fulfil their duties more effectively. At least 40% of the training will be for females. Additionally, 200 SME staff will receive training.
African Development Fund
Government Of Tanzania, United Republic of
Ministry of Education and Vocational Training
|Last Update||31 Oct 2019|
|Name||SIMBA Hamisi Seif|
|Country||Tanzania, United Republic of|
|-13.36222 30.23433||Serenje District|
|-16.64077 27.88502||Gwembe District|
|-15.72 29.33||Chongwe District|
|-17.22236 27.47913||Sinazongwe District|
|-15.14901 29.52447||Rufunsa District|
|-12.8636 30.56715||Chitambo District|