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Latest grants

Grants

All amounts are in US dollars.

Grant type Years Allocations Utilization Grant agent  
Mainland
COVID-19 2020-2022 15,160,000 15,160,000 SIDA  
Program implementation 2020-2024 112,500,000 85,290,841 SIDA  
2014-2019 92,917,597 92,917,597 SIDA Progress report
Sector plan development 2015-2016 235,911 235,911 UNESCO  
System capacity 2022 201,000 0 SIDA  
Zanzibar
COVID-19 2020-2021 1,500,000 1,472,257 UNICEF  
Program implementation and Multiplier 2018-2023 15,001,000 2,861,865 SIDA  
Program implementation 2013-2017 4,882,256 4,882,256 SIDA Progress report
Sector plan development 2015 187,309 187,309 SIDA  
System capacity 2022-2025 657,968 0 SIDA  
Program development 2016-2017 144,434 144,434 SIDA  
  Total 243,387,475 203,152,470    
Data last updated: September 22, 2022

As part of its investment in civil society advocacy and social accountability efforts, GPE’s Education Out Loud fund is supporting the Tanzania Education Network/Mtandao wa Elimu Tanzania (TEN/MET) for the 2019-2021 period.

This builds on 11 years of Civil Society Education Fund (CSEF) support to national education coalitions for their engagement in education sector policy dialogue.

GPE had provided the Tanzania Education Network/Mtandao wa Elimu Tanzania (TEN/MET with a grant from the CSEF to support its engagement in education sector policy dialogue and citizens’ voice in education quality, equity, and financing and sector reform.

Last updated September 11, 2021