Social Change In Tanzania

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After reviewing the problem on the literature, conducting the primary research, documenting the outcome, the remaining work is what Martens, (2008) called that the global basis challenges with the demand of recognizing that “addressing issues of power, discrimination, and oppression can play a key role in redressing inequities.” That requires accompanied proof of studies exemplifying possible social change specifically when people who conduct research collaborate with evaluators with the intention of bringing change (p. 3) leading to an environment where people:
• Value and respect the marginalized groups as equal individual being.
• Live social justice and human right for the wellbeing of all is observed.
• Understand that education is a
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The problem lies how the people responsible in the public spheres protect resources to benefit the people entrusted under their leadership. This is to suggest that the increased capacity as (Baker, et al., 2014) insisted on the proper supervision of fund, which the country lose each year in terms of improper invoicing and capital flight, would improve the lives of poor people, and deliver quality education. The study indicates that Tanzania may be losing an annual “average of $248 million from a trade-based evasion” (p. 31), equal to 25% of the GDP. Adding to that I will continue to insist on the proper management of national resources at all levels, including proper financial accountability, and direct such funds to education upgrading, for the purpose of uplifting the poor. I would unhesitatingly, argue that the cause of education shortfalls is poverty which lead to a limited resource in schools, and affect the entire aspects of teaching and learning at all …show more content…
A conversion wisdom would suggest that the political timing for implementing study finding of policy leverage for improvement is significant (Mendizabal, Osborne, & Young, 2006). With the new elected officials, this is the proper time, to convey the problems of teachers’ limitation for children with disabilities in Musoma. The strategy is to contact the educational players in local government, including Honorable Vedasuts Mathayo the current Member of Parliament (MP), and share with the reality. Above all, if possible prepare the environment for them to see the genuineness of the problem as an observable evidence, requiring immediate policy attention for

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