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Christian Education and Development Organization

Christian Education and Development Organization

Nzega District, Tabora Region Tanzania

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Legal framework to fight against corruption is Public Finance Act 2001; Public Procurement act 2004, Public Leaders Code of Ethics, Criminal Procedure Act 1985, and help to monitor corruption
Raise public awareness of anticorruption through using the results of PETS both as an instrument of accountability target MDAs and LGAs that need to strengthen their public financial management.
 
The report of organization activities on Public Expenditure Trucking Survey in Nzega District Council 2009-2010
 
SECTOR
BUDGET                 
AMOUNT COLLECTED
EXPENDITURE
Education
Normal expenditure
 
   1,319,029,000/=      
 
        1,453,851,500/=            
 
   1,551,851,790/=
Capitation
         -
         508,822,800/=
   343,580,400/=
Total
   1,319,029,000/=
        1,962,674,300/=
   1,895,432,190/=
Healthy
Normal expenditure
 
     344,203,000/=
 
            454,411,150/=
 
   1,584,612,823/=
CHF Grants
 
             9,077,997/=
 
 
 
         463,489,149/=
 
Infrastructure (Load) 
 
     616,000,000/=
 
          572,953,270/=
 
     514,440,448/=
Agriculture 
Normal expenditure
 
       61,113,000/=
 
             50,918,000/=
 
       59,533,475/=
DADEP
     505,658,000/=
563,335,590/=
     591,259,519/=
Total
     566,771,000/=
           614,253,590/=
     650,792,994/=
Building operations 
Normal expenditure
 
       57,324,000/=
 
             69,906,000/=
 
       59,362,851/=
Clean water
Normal expenditure
 
     206,031,000/=
 
           184,570,000/=
 
     236,759,810/=
RWSSP project
1     27,847,000/=
           627,784,284/=
     269,581,898/=
Total
     333,878,000/=
           812,354,284/=
     506,341,708/=
Un-sector Grants
 
 
 
LGCDG
   1,133,681,000/=
           855,384,548/=
 
CBG
       51,542,000/=
             51,541,998/=
 
TASAF
-
           148,148,835/=
 
 
Other resources 
                                               Budget                           Collections 
1. Taxes                                        534,066,000/=                 650,290,076/=
2. Business Licenses                         8,900,000/=                     8,313,317/=
3. Trucks and other Licenses            6,000,000/=                     1,600,000/=
4. Entrepreneurs collection             73,350,000/=                   71,694,500/=
5. Other resources of NDC             25,630,000/=                   67,383,429/=
                   Total                         647,946

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Improving the Lives of Adolescent Girls in Tabora Project Objectives Within the overall objective of improving adolescent girls' status in society so that they can improve their participation in development activities at household school community and organizational

• Increase the number of girls taking up administrative posts at school, community, organization and district levels.

 • Improve girls' educational status

• Provide vocational skills for girls.

 • Improve reproductive health services for girls.

• Increase girls’ economic independence Project Background Challenges Culturally in Tabora, the socialization process victimizes girls because they are considered to be the weaker sex. Spending valuable resources such as money to pay for their education is considered a waste because they are expected to get married and be supported by their husbands. As a result, girls' educational attainment has remained low, their health, especially reproductive health, has been poor, they lack training in most

• The need for improving girls participation will be addressed to ensure that there will be an increased number of community members who will appreciate the importance of allowing girls to take part in development activities. The community will also provide morale and material support to the girls which will enhance the participation in development activities. As a result, an increased number of girls will take up leadership roles at school, organisational or district level which will facilitate their participation in development activities either at village, community, district or national level.

• In addressing the need to improve the educational attainment of girls, the expected outcomes are that the community will appreciate the importance of educating girls. As a result, all girls will have access to and be retained in primary schools or their equivalent. An increased number of girls will access secondary school education. The quality of education will be improved so that girls will be able to read and write by their fourth year of primary education. The long term expected outcome is that all females in the community will be literate by at least completing their primary education or its equivalent.

 • To improve the health including reproductive health, of adolescent girls. All mothers will take up their role as primary sex counselors for their daughters. The role of traditional sex counselors in society will be revised through an update of the counselors' knowledge of sexuality. As a result, most girls will know their health rights, and have an increased knowledge and practice of healthy behaviors. More hospitals and clinics will provide youth friendly services and the services will be accessed by a majority of the youth. The community will also have its knowledge updated and will practice measures aimed at the prevention of most communicable diseases. The long term expected outcomes are that the community members will attain good health and will promote and maintain it. There will also be a decline in the population growth rate at village, community, and district and nation level by 10 percent within five years.

• To attain vocational skills training. More girls will have access to skills training sessions and the training will provide for individual choices. The long-term objective is that there will be an increased number of girls acquiring knowledge and skills in different vocational skills, especially those that are culturally regarded to be manly.

• Need to improve the socio-economic status of girls. Will ensure that more girls will secure paid employment Fewer girls will depend on commercial sex work as a means of attaining economic independence. Instead, more girls will engage in legitimate business in order to improve their economic status. The long-term expectation will be that there will be gender equality maintained within the community and a majority of the girls will attain economic independence.

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Shughuli za mikono zinaweza kusaidia wanawake katika Ujasilamali hasa pale wanapokusanyika pamoja na kupewa mafunzo

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Kujadiliana na wanufaika wa mradi huleta mafanikio mema katika utekelezaji wa miradi

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Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa The Foundation for Civil Society akitoa Cheti baada ya mafunzo ya usimamizi wa Miradi

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Semina zitolewazo kwa vinogozi husaidia kukuza uelewa wa wadau wa kimaendeleo, kama inavyoonekana viongozi wa Asas za Kiraia wakiwaskliza kwa makini mada zinazotolewa wakati wa Tamasha la AZAKI lililoandaliwa na The Foundation For Civil Society

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Miradi inayoibuliwa kwa kushirikiana na wadau wa maendeleo katika eneo husika la mradi husaidia miradi kutelezwa vyema na kuleta matokeo mema katika jamii

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Mafunzo husaidia kuongeza uwezo wa viongozi kufanya shughuli kwa uhakika na ufanisi wa hali ya juu.