Pursuing Ones Own Education

To pursue ones own education is not only a need of children but of everyone, young and old. As we understand that education is the key of life, we also realize that pursuing an education, and thus acquiring certain knowledge, skills or profession goes hand in hand with realising ones own dreams. And this is something nobody ought to let go. If unfolding your potentials takes acquiring some dicisive skills in order to reach your goals, then that is the way to go.

According to the social-economic situation of Tanzania, many worker in formal and informal economic sector earn less than they need for their living because of low skills (Ntallima 2014; World Bank 2014). In other words, the provery in Tanzania and the poor production of many businesses is to a significant extend contributed by low skills and this low education. With this, Tanzanians are encouraged to reflect on their career and earnings and see whether there is a need to pursue the necessary eduction in order to increase their potential.

Though education in Tanzania is not always cheap, still there are means of pursuing it with limited financial capabilities. The diagram below is meant to illustrate that education can be accessed at every age, with any educational Background (even if none exists). People who have family responsibities, like mothers with children, do also have the chance of bringing their children to their respective educational Institution and thus create time to pursue their education, if no friends or relatives are available to take care of their children.

*MEMKWA refers to “Mpango wa Elimu ya Msingi kwa Watoto
waliokosa” – a primary educational programme for children and youth under 18 years who did not have a chance to acquire primary education before.

Most of the Illustrated educational institutions are known, from which Information can be sought about their entry requirements and fees. If the Reader needs advice on how and which education to pursue, he or she can contact us through the contact Information below, and we will be glad to help.


Bibliography:

Ntallima, T.M (2014). The Contribution of Vocational Education to Youth Employment: A Case Study of Veta and Non Veta Graduates in Morogoro Region. Dissertation

The World Bank (2014). Working towards Better Pay. Earning Dynamics in Ghana and Tanzania, International Bank für Reconstruction and Development

 

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