Science boost for many schools in Tanzania

|Source: Daily News |
A student at Mnyimbi TuTu center in the North province, Zanzibar. Tanzania. Credit: GPE/Chantal Rigaud

1,696 secondary schools in Tanzania will receive laboratory equipment and 213 special needs schools will benefit from learning and teaching materials, in an effort to improve the teaching of science subjects in schools located throughout the country.

These new learning materials and equipment are part of a new initiative launched earlier this week by Tanzania's government. During the launch, the work of the Global Partnership for Education, the Swedish government and the World Bank in ensuring children go to school and learn was recognized.

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