Tanzania, Education

Programme development and coordination in Tanzania

Number: 186.1005

In Tanzania, Mission 21 maintains relationships with two major churches and it supports 16 individual projects within an extensive programme aimed at promoting education and health. A coordination office headed by anthropologist and health expert Adrienne Sweetman, ensures that our partner churches' numerous social activities have a broad impact. A closely related aspect is capacity development, whereby the partner churches are supported so that they can carry out their tasks independently and autonomously.

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Activities

Coordination:

• Representing Mission 21 in Tanzania and maintaining relationships with partners

• Programme management, focusing on impact-orientation and sustainability

• Coordinating measures aimed at organisational and personnel development in our partner organisations

• Maintaining contacts and networking with other development cooperation organisations on the ground

• Providing support for networking and cooperation among partner organisations, also periodic exchanges of knowledge and experience

• Participating in public relations work, advocacy and fund-raising

Capacity development:

• Specialised further training courses on project management for responsible staff in development projects

• Management training for members of church leadership bodies

• Individual scholarships

• Good governance/anti-corruption training

• Networking meetings for various key players