Tanzania’s population is among the youngest in the world. More than two-thirds of its population is composed of people under the age of 25. The World Bank1 estimates that a quarter of those in the 15-34 age bracket are underemployed. In 2019, the estimated youth unemployment rate in Tanzania was at 3.43 percent. The high...
As COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect global and local value chains across the world, many countries have taken commendable proactive measures to ensure they contain the socio-economic effects that have come with the pandemic. While many have deployed protective measures in cities going as far as total shutdowns and lock-downs, there have been considerable initiatives...
Following the strike of the current pandemic which has consequently limited our gathering and meetings which were the basis for our training, we have decided to be available “anywhere anytime” leaving no one behind. We are preparing the three modules extracted from our Decree of skills aligning to 21st Century skills, targeting the needful at...
In March of this year, GAN launched the SkillingNow global campaign to open up the discussion on skills, and how and when to acquire them, by providing a platform for an interactive, global dialogue, engaging people from diverse sectors and backgrounds in an exchange about building the skills we need for a future of good...
In marking the #InternationalYouthDay2019 we reflect on some of the engagements we have had with various stakeholders this year on the theme of Transforming Education in Tz. Suffice to say it has been a remarkable run with significant impact in a relatively short space of time In pushing for Education solutions through technology, we have...