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Membership in the Netherlands

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Southern Highlands Participatory Organization (SHIPO) has become a member of Partin since December 2019.

Since Partin provides a platform and support for small development organization; SHIPO as a member can participate in such platform by meeting, networking and exchanging ideas so that we are linked in various projects and development opportunities.


Inservice training on mathematics and science for teachers conducted at SHIPO from 16th to 25th September 2019

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60 Mathematics and science teachers of 20 schools in Ludewa District together with 4 Ward Education Officers benefited from the in-service teacher training conducted at SHIPO from 16th to 25th September 2019. Various topics identified as the most difficult were worked upon under the Vikindu tutors’ facilitation.

The trainings were sponsored by weworld and conducted in a total of 9 days. Post the training, teachers under SHIPO officers’ supervision prepared an action plan that would enhance implementation upon going back to their respective schools.

The training was opened by the District Academic Officer (Mr Gerion Lugome) and officially closed by the Regional Education Officer (Mr Gift Kyando) on the 25th September 2019.

It is anticipated that the training would add value towards improving academic excellence not only in the 20 project schools but also to Ludewa District and Njombe region.


SHIPO conducts a remarkable teacher training on English and Kiswahili subjects – INSET

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This training aims at improving the teaching quality of Language ‘English and Kiswahili’ in particular, providing materials and training techniques to grade 3-7 teachers, in order to face the lack of competences in the named subjects, both from teachers and students’ sides. It commenced from the 10th September 2018 and will last up to the 19th September 2018.

Teachers attendance is 100% as all the 60 expected teachers are actively participating in the ongoing training. All the 4 invited Ward Education Coordinators have also attended. At the district level the District School Quality Assurer is here; the District Education Officer “Academics’ officer is representing the DEO. The regional education office is also represented by Mr Stephen Sanga who is representing the REO. A total of 14 caregivers are here taking care of the teachers’ kids; being an observation of the child rights component that the project wishes to realize.

The training is facilitated by Vikindu Teachers College. Two experts from the college were contracted; Mr Philip Mdegela is facilitating English subject while Ms Khadija Semkati is facilitating Kiswahili subject.

Topics been covered were proposed by the beneficiary teachers, compiled by the SHIPO officers and shared to the Vikindu facilitators who prepared training materials in use.

Post the training it is anticipated that:

  • Teachers improve their capacity to teach the trained English and Kiswahili topics to pupils.
  • Teachers will be able to identify, prepare and use teaching aids or tools (per subject and standard level) relevant to topic and environment and capacitate other teachers who did not attend the training on these skills and techniques.
  • Teachers will be able to prepare and capacitate other teachers who did not attend the training on how to teach the trained English and Kiswahili topics and how to prepare lesson plan for their daily lessons.
  • Teachers will be able to use different books (text books, supplementary and teachers’ guidelines) when preparing lesson notes and capacitate other teachers on the same.
  • Teachers will prepare an action plan to be implemented in the school where they will schedule when and how they are going to share the things learnt in the training with their fellow and when and how they will apply the newly acquired knowledge and practices.

 


2018 Capacity Building for Local Artisans / Entrepreneurs Is Here Once Again!!

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Here we come Again!! ZH2O through SKAT foundation has been supporting a training program organized by SHIPO SMART Centre in Njombe, at the Southern Highlands in Tanzania.

The aim of this year´s training is to reach new artisans and to expand to new areas in Njombe region as well as in the neighborhood regions in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania and to provide technical skills to local entrepreneurs in the production and installation of rope pumps and different techniques of manual drilling and hand digging.

The 4-week training will be conducted from the 30th April to the 26th of May at SHIPO. It will consist of a technical part during 2 weeks, 1 week will be optional module and a business part for 1 week.

During the first two weeks the trainees will be provided with the required theoretical background on their respective disciplines i.e. welding and drilling. They will probably be divided into 2 groups of drillers and one group of welders. They will have the opportunity to learn by doing while they are working in teams with the supervision of the trainers. Each welder will produce a complete Rope Pump and group of drillers and diggers will drill one tube well using SHIPO drilling method and dig one well. In addition, they will also be taught on how to combine SHIPO method with jetting. Finally, both welders and diggers/drillers will learn how to properly install a rope pump both in a borehole and in a dug well. The two wells will be drilled and dug nearby SHIPO office; one at a neighbour’s plot, while the other one at a church’s plot, which is considered a good chance for promotion.

Participants

The focus of this year’s program is to train new artisans. Some of the artisans belong to existing workshops/drilling groups but most of them are new entrepreneurs who want to start their own business.

New areas, where the SMARTechs have not reached yet, but where there is likely to be strong demand for them were selected. After that, the identification of trainees in those areas was carried out. The different places were visited by the SMART Centre staff and the identified trainees were explained in detail about the goals and conditions of the training. Among the identified artisans, 30 of them have confirmed that they will attend the training. Artisans from Njombe region (Mdandu in Wanging’ombe District, Mawengi in Ludewa District and Bulongwa in Makete district); Iringa region (Igowole, Mafinga, Usokami and Wasa in Mufindi District, and Kilolo in Kilolo District); Ruvuma region (Lilambo in Songea District) and Mbeya region (from Rungwe and Mbozi 3 Districts) will attend the training.

The Training is Organized by SHIPO-SMART Centre in Njombe Tanzania


2018 Child Rights, Protection & Nutrition for School Committees and LGA’s is Here Again!!

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The Training aims at bringing debate and knowledge to school leaders and local authorities about crucial social challenges faced in the region that have a direct impact on the education opportunities of the population, such as Child Rights & Child Protection, Reproductive Health and HIV/AIDS, Nutrition & Gender.

The Training will take place in April 2018. A 5-day training session will be implemented with 58 participants at SHIPO’s premises in Njombe.

The training will be facilitated  by a consultant coming from KIWOHEDE NGo (which has expertise in Child Rights, Child Protection, Reproductive Health and HIV/AIDS) and Nutrition expert.

The participants will include 20 school committees Chairmen, 17 Village Education officers, 4 Ward Executive Officers, 4 Ward Education Officers, 4 Ward Community Development Officers, 4 Ward Religious leaders and 4 district authorities.


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