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Tanzania and Children and young people

Tanzania
  • Capital: Dodoma
  • Population: 41892895
  • Size: 945087.0 Km2

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Is policy making to blame for young people’s problems in Tanzania?
K. McAlpine / Mkombozi Centre, Tanzania 2007
This paper documents Mkombozi’s October 2006 consensus which assessed the trends and situation of vulnerable children on the streets of northern Tanzania’s Arusha and Moshi towns. It also indicates whether Mkombozi’s...
Alternative non-formal education in Tanzania
K. McAlpine; W. Raj; A. Lucas; T. Mariki; M. Kweka; S. Nyembe / Mkombozi Centre, Tanzania 2007
This document serves as a manual for educators delivering Non-Formal Education (NFE) in Tanzania. It is produced by Mkombozi, a child-focussed agency based in the north of the country. The authors argue that the Mkombozi NFE principle...
Making existing sexual and reproductive health services more youth-friendly
Pathfinder International 2005
This report highlights the results of a project to establish youth-friendly sexual and reproductive health services in Tanzania. The project aimed to do this through developing, expanding and institutionalising youth-friendly services...
The progress and level of implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) in Tanzania
Consortium for Street Children 2005
This report discusses the progress and level of implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) in Tanzania and how the whole process has and is affecting children and young people in both human and child rights. ...
Advantages of applying MEMKWA learning programme in Tanzania
Mkombozi Centre, Tanzania 2005
This position paper compares the experience of the Mkombozi Centre for Street Children in implementing a contextualised learning programme referred to as Mpango kwa Elimu Maalum kwa Watoto waliokosa (MEMKWA) to that of the Tanzanian M...
Overview of vulnerable children in Tanzania
K. McAlpine / Mkombozi Centre, Tanzania 2005
Since the early 1990s Tanzania has witnessed a visible increase in the number of children living and working on the street. This census was conducted as a follow-up to June 2003, and provides a comparative picture of how the situation...
Youth knowledge, behaviour and attitudes about STIs and reproductive health in Tanzania
J. Desai / Family Health International 2005
This document reports on a survey conducted to find out the knowledge, attitudes, and behaviours of youth about sexually transmitted infection (STI)/HIV and reproductive health in Iringa, Tanzania. The main results include: ...
Surviving school: educating Rwanda’s children after the war
Lyndsay Bird / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2004
During and immediately after conflict, education can play a critical role in helping children return to a normal life - in laying the foundations for them to play a productive role in society. Yet during the war in Rwanda in the 1990s...
Orphanhood affects health and education outcomes
K. Beegle; J. De Weerdt; S. Dercon / Department of Economics, University of Oxford 2005
This study, undertaken in Northwestern Tanzania, finds evidence that orphanhood matters in the long-run for health and education outcomes. In particular, it finds that maternal death causes a permanent height deficit of about 2...
Children's perceptions on the problem of violence, Tanzania
D. Makala; A. Kwayu; A. Wameyo / World Vision International Resources on Child Rights 2005
This paper captures the main elements of a series of consultations that World Vision Tanzania conducted with 120 children in two zones in which it operates. The children describe their perceptions and experiences of the acts of violen...
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