Elimu Jumuisho Kwa maisha ya Wote
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In this day and the age of imperial hegemony,transmitted to the peoples of the world through both state and non state agencies,it is important that non governmental organisations ask themselves whether they are contributing to the great causes of humanity,the cause of emancipation from oppression,exploitation and deprivation,or if they,consciously or unconsciously,are merely playing to a tune set of others?This paper is written in the spirity of self-criticism,reflection and soul-searching to offer a few thoughts in this subject.
This paper assesses some of the challenges facing those in the development arena implementing new performance measurement systems.All the evidence it examines suggest that successful evaluation and measurement strategies depend on significant investment.
This paper focuses on the use of tools to assess the seong and third breaks in the chain.Specifically,it analyzes the use of PETS surveys in Tanzania and the value of CRC and ASDS in developing an effective monitoring system for legal sector.
This paper reviews the substances and impact of applied budget work through case studies and comparative analysis of independent civil society initiatives.It presents evidence on the impact of activities that seeks to improve the availability of budget infornmation,transparency,and broader societal partcipation in the content of budget processon the one hand and the content of the budget priorities,quality of implementation and expenditure outcomes on the other.
This essay presents five policy challenges in basic education.In most cases primary and secondary education are treated together,because they are inextricably linked in so many ways,and because success at the secondary level is fundamentally dependent on getting the basic right at the primary level.In assessing the five policy challenges,we are guided by the following threee simple questions regarding secondary education: .Are our goals clear,consistent and are they the most important? .Will the goals lead to the results we seek? .Given resources contraints,are our priorities the most strategic?