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SHIPO SHINES DURING THE REGIONAL EDUCATION STAKEHOLDERS EVENT

Category : Education

    It was Friday 28th February 2020 when the Njombe Regional Commissioner Hon. Christopher Ole Sendeka chaired a regional education stakeholders meeting to discuss some issues pertaining the regional education status. The stakeholders that included some District Commissioners, Member of Parliament, Executive Directors, District Education Officers, Ward Education Officers, Headmasters, Head of Schools, Religious leaders, NGOs (SHIPO inclusive), media people and government and non-government institutions participated and aired their views, knowledge and experiences towards improving the regional education quality and academic performance.

    The event was festooned with provision of the Regional Commissioners’ education awards to best performing students and schools. SHIPO supported the initiative by providing a certificate (signed by SHIPO General Manager and the Njombe Regional Commissioner) to Mkiu Primary School that was an overall best school in the project area. The award also included a MAMMIE Project Education cup that will be rotating in the project areas depending on which school performs well in the overall assessment of the education development indicators.

    Stakeholders are welcomed to collaborate in these endeavors that will be organized annually to ensure Education Excellency that would thereafter guarantee potential graduates thus quality social services and holistic community development.

Ludewa DC contributing during the Njombe region education stakeholders meeting 28-2-2020

Ludewa DC contributing during the Njombe region education stakeholders meeting 28-2-2020

MAMMIE Project Cordinator in a meeting with Njombe region education stakeholders

MAMMIE Project Cordinator in a meeting with Njombe region education stakeholders

MAMMIE Project Cordinator giving a speech during the Njombe education stakeholders meeting 28-2-2020

MAMMIE Project Cordinator giving a speech during the Njombe education stakeholders meeting 28-2-2020

Njombe RC awarding the best performing school in the project area - CERTIFICATE

Njombe RC awarding the best performing school in the project area – CERTIFICATE


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Christian Stiemer Water Harvesting Tank for Orchard Irrigation

Project Name

Christian Stiemer Water Harvesting Tank for Orchard Irrigation

Project Code

TZNJ107

Project Donor

Karibu Tanzania

Project Budget

Tshs 10,994,575.00

Project TimeFrame

The project was Started November 2018 to December 2018

Project Location

This Project was Located at Malombwe Village, Makambako Town Council in Njombe Region

Project beneficieries

Pupils and all Society at Christian Stiemer Primary School and Malombwe Village

Project Desctiptions

SHIPO was agreed with Karibu Tanzania under Wilde Ganzen to implement part of the Construction of one big rain water Harvesting system for an orchard irrigation at Christian Stiemer Primary School in Malombwe Village, Njombe Region Tanzania

Organizations / Businesses / Government Agencies Involved to Implement the Project

  • Karibu Tanzania
  • SHIPO Tanzania
  • Makambako Town Council
  • Malombwe Village Authority

Project Status

The Project was Completed successful and handed over to the intended beneficiaries, Society of Malombwe village and Christian Stiemer Primary School


MATOWO WATER SYSTEM

Project Name: Matowo Water System

Project Code: TZNJ088

Project Budget: 20,539 EURO

Project Timeframe:March 2013 to November 2013

Project Donor: Connect International and Winrock

Project Location: Matowo village, Usuka Ward in Njombe District

Project Beneficiaries: Matowo Community

Project Description:

SHIPO, Connect International and Winrock International were agreed to implement this project of Matowo by Improving infrastructures for water at Matowo and also to develop \domestic point in to the intended village of Matowo.

The project was based on connecting main pipe from Dulamu water tank to water tank at Matowo village. Also digging of pipes terrace for transports water from Dulamu village to Matowo village water tank and to distribute to the intended village (Matowo).

Construction/ Improvement of seven (7) domestic point, Also to enabling society / community of Matowo to participate fully to Community Own Water Society Organization (COWSO).

Organization/ Business/ Government Agencies Involved to Implement the Project:

  • Southern Highlands Participatory Organization (SHIPO)
  • Connect International
  • Winrock International
  • Matowo Village

Project Status:

The project was completed and handed over to Community of Matowo.


Finishing kitchen construction at Lugarawa Primary School

Project Name: Construction of Kitchen at Lugarawa Primary School

Project Code: TZNJ092

Project Budget: 21,238,092 (Twenty-One Million, Two hundred and Thirty Thousand and Ninety-Two Tanzania Shillings Only)

Project Timeframe:

Project Donor: Nessuno Escluso Onlus Organization

Project Location: Lugarawa Village at Ludewa District, Iringa Region (Currently Njombe Region)

Project Beneficiaries: Community of Lugarawa Primary School.

Project Description:

The project was based on construction of the school kitchen at Lugarawa Primary School. Southern Highlands Participatory Organization (SHIPO) and Nessuno Escluso Onlus Organization were agreed to implement this project for the aim of improving education environment at Lugarawa Village.

SHIPO was responsible for community sensitization, monitoring/supervision, evaluation,

creation of community sense of ownership of the project. And the community was responsible to provide helpers (e.g. local masons, local materials etc.) during the entire construction period.

SHIPO will be responsible for the implementation of the activities by using its approaches.

Organization/ Business/ Government Agencies Involved to Implement the Project:

  • Southern Highlands Participatory Organization (SHIPO)
  • Nessuno Escluso Onlus Organization
  • Lugarawa Village

Project Status:The project was completed and handed over to Lugarawa Primary School at Lugarawa Village


Mapanda Girls Domitory

Project Name: Mapanda Girls Domitory

Project Code: TZNJ097

Project Budget: 39,079,700 (Thirty-Nine Million Seventy-Nine Thousand and Hundred Tanzania Shillings).

Project Timeframe: March 2014 to September 2014

Project Donor: Lyra and GRL (Green Resource Limited)

Project Location: Mapanda Village at Kihansi Secondary School Mufindi District, Iringa Region

Project Beneficiaries: Kihansi Girls Secondary School

Project Description:

The project was based on constructing dormitory for girls at Mapanda secondary school. Southern Highlands Participatory Organization (SHIPO), Lyra and GRL were agreed to implement this project for the aim of improving education environment at Mapanda Village.

SHIPO was responsible for implementation of the construction activities to final completion. Green Resource Limited was responsible in providing necessary transport of SHIPO masons and officers from Mafinga to Chogo and back.

Organization/ Business/ Government Agencies Involved to Implement the Project:

  • Southern Highlands Participatory Organization (SHIPO)
  • Lyra
  • GRL (Green Resource Limited)
  • Mapanda Village

Project Status:

The project was completed and handed over to Mapanda village at Kihansi Secondary school


Isitu Primary School Rain Water Harvesting system

Project Name: Isitu Primary School Rain Water Harvesting system

Project Code: TZNJ069A

Project Timeframe: February 2011 to November 2011

Project Donor: Connect International

Project Location: Isitu Village

Project Beneficiaries: Pupils at Isitu Primary School

Project Description:

The project was to construct Rain water Harvesting system at Isitu primary school at Isitu village, the project was based on digging four pits for the rain water harvesting system, Also construction of wall, plastering and Installation of rope pump and final to install gutters from roof to the pits which were completed.

Organization/ Business/ Government Agencies Involved to Implement the Project

  • Southern Highlands Participatory Organization (SHIPO)
  • Connect International
  • Njombe DC
  • Isitu Village authority

Project Status:

The project was completed and handed over to Isitu Village.


Iwungilo Primary School

Project Name: Iwungilo Primary School

Project Code: TZNJ006

Project Time frame: November 2004 to January 2006

Project Donor: Wilde Ganzen/ Connect Internatonal

Project Location: Iwungilo Village

Project Beneficiaries: Pupils at Iwungilo primary school and all village

Project Description:

The project was based on construction of four (4) classrooms, two (2) teachers offices and two (2) Teachers Houses at Iwungilo villages.

Southern Highlands Participatory organization (SHIPO) and Wilde Ganzen were agreed to implement this project for the aim for improving education environment at Iwungilo village.

Organization/ Business/ Government Agencies Involved to Implement the project:

  • Southern Highlands Participatory Organization (SHIPO)
  • Wilde Ganzen International
  • Njombe DC
  • Iwungilo village Authority

Project Status:

The project was completed and handed over to Iwungilo Primary School at Iwungilo Village.


Uchindile Latrines

Project Name: Uchindile Latrines

Project Code: TZNJ090I

Project Donor: Green Resource Limited (GRL)

Project Time Frame: 1st October 2015 to January 31st 2016 (4 Months)

Project Location: Uchindile Village, Kilombero District

Project Beneficiaries: Kihata Primary School Students (boys and Girls)

Project Descriptions:

The project based on construction of 2 (two) student Latrines buildings, consisting of 8 drop holes for girls and 8 for boys at Kihata Primary School, Uchindile Village, Together with the community of Uchindile Village.

Organisation/ Businesses/ Government Agencies involved in Implementation of the Project:

Green Resource Limited, Southern Highlands Participatory Organisation (SHIPO), Mufindi District Council

Project Status: The Project completed and handed over to the Uchindile Community


Idete Duplex Teachers House

Project Name:Idete Duplex Teachers House

Project Code:TZNJ090G

Project Donor: Green Resources Limited (GRL)

Project Time Frame:  02nd June 2014 to 31st October 2014

Project Location: Idete Village at Mufindi District, Iringa Region

Project Beneficiaries: Idete Community

Project Descriptions: The aim of the project was to support Idete village by constructing Duplex House of Teachers.

Organisations/ Businesses/ Government Agencies Involved in Implementation of the Project: Green Resource Limited (GRL), Southern Highlands Participatory Organisation (SHIPO) and Mufindi District Council

Project Status: The Project completed and handed over to the Community of Idete.


Residential training on subjects for new curricula (STD 1,2) and pre-primary with focus on 3R (Year 1) – INSET ON 3R

Category : Community , Education

After the policy revision of 2014 concerning the educational sector, the structure of basic education has changed. Reforms of the school curriculum have been formulated: some of the subjects have been reorganized, while others have been introduced for the first time within the school teaching.

The residential training on new curriculum focusing  on the 3R approach, which stands for “reading, writing and arithmetic”; these skills are mentioned among the main items of the 2014 revision, oriented towards a program which highlights the basic skills development.

The training has started today and will last for a  total of 12 days. It will be realized for district officers and teachers coming from 2 groups of 10 schools each (6 days per group of schools). There will be 3 teachers per school: one pre-primary teacher, one STD 1 teacher and one STD 2 teacher (when the teacher for STD 1 and STD 2 is the same, the Head of teachers will be invited). Some of the schools can have more than 1 pre-primary teacher and some teachers with babys can ask to come with the caregiver. Therefore, in total, the training is planned to host 95 people: 80 teachers and 6 caregivers (teachers with babies normally bring a caregiver to take care the babies while they are attending the training session), 4 Ward Education Coordinators, and 2 district authorities . The training is  facilitated by tutors coming from Vikindu Teachers’ College, and is held at SHIPO’s premises in Njombe.


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