24 December, 2017 15:35


http://trust.rensainc.com Shaaban Fundi

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My Book: “Education System in Tanzania” will be out in January, 2018.


Kibogoji Readers, This is to let my readers and fun know that my book entitle " THE EDUCATION SYSTEM IN TANZANIA History, Policy Reforms, Education Ideologies, Evaluation and Assessment, and Research-Based Models for Improving Educational Outcomes in Schools and the Nation." will be out this coming January, 2018. Please keep yours eyes here to be …

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The Tanzania Citizenship  Act of 1995 and Its Contradictions with Dual Citizenship for the Diaspora


Abstract Per the Citizenship Act of 1995, persons who were citizens of either the Republic of Tanganyika or the People's Republic of Zanzibar shall be deemed to have become citizens of the Republic of Tanzania effective from Union Day, April 26th of 1964. The 1995 Citizenship ACT does not allows dual citizenship. It does not …

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2017-2018 DICOTA Scholarship Announcement


Good Day Leaders!    Diaspora Council of Tanzanians in America (DICOTA) has declared a student scholarship program to support and encourage undergraduate in all majors. Aims – The principal aim of this scholarship program is to offer financial support to current undergraduate students and, encourage serious and deserving students to continue their studies. Scholarship Award Amount …

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Kibogoji Experiential Learning Center: Update!


Kibogoji Experiential Learning Center is housed in a one and a half roomed house near the police post in Turiani, Morogoro. Currently the center has over 800 different types of books icluding children’s books, adult books, and youth books. The books are mostly in English. In addition to English book, Kibogoji was able to secure over 50 books …

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Increasing Access to Education for Children in Tanzania, East Africa.


By. Christine Mosore Christine Thompson Mosore is the Founder and President of Mosorec International Foundation (MIF) based in the USA and also operates in Tanzania, East Africa. Christine built her first school in Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania in the 1990’s for underprivileged children and recently returned back to Tanzania to build a second school-Mosorec International Academy (MIA) …

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What’s New at Kibogoji Experiential Learning Center?


Good Morning Kibogoji Readers, I have been working tirelessly for the past 3 years to open up a small experiential learning and media center for children of Turiani, Morogoro, in Tanzania. I am proud to announce that the wait is finally over. The Kibogoji Experiential Learning Center, inc is now open and the demand for …

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