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16 February 2022

Ajira 7000 Za Walimu 2022-2023 | Teacher Employments 2022

  Mgodin       16 February 2022

Ajira 7000 Za Walimu 2022-2023 | Teacher Employments 2022

Ajira 7000 Za Walimu 2022-2023 | Teacher Employments 2022 The Office of the President, Regional Administration and Local Government (PMO-RALG) has requested the approval of President Samia Suluhu Hassan to employ 7,000 teachers to reduce the shortage of primary and secondary school teachers in the country.

PMO-RALG Minister Innocent Bashungwa said this at a special debate on the success of the education sector for one year under the leadership of President Samia Suluhu Hassan held via Zoom network in the city.

He said during the administration of President Samia he had already issued a permit to hire 6,949 teachers where 3,000 teachers were science teachers for secondary schools and were already employed and are on duty stations.

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However, he said in continuing to address the problem of shortage of teachers, the Office has already requested the approval of the President to approve the employment of such teachers.

Minister Bashungwa said in the one year that President Samia has been in power I have provided funding to build various education infrastructure.

“I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate President Samia on his decision to focus on IMF loan funding for sustainable and visible projects such as the construction of 12,000 classrooms that have reduced classroom congestion and students’ long walks,” he said.

He also said that the government has provided Shs. 30 billion to 10 regions in the country for the construction of special science schools for female students.

He said each region has received Shs.3 billion for the construction of these schools in Dar es Salaam, Kagera, Lindi, Pwani, Ruvuma, Shinyanga, Singida, Songwe, Tanga and Mwanza regions.

However, he said through the SEQUIP (Secondary Education Improvement Project) Government has sent Shs. 110 billion to 235 Wards that do not have secondary schools and construction has started and others are in the process of completing those schools.

Similarly, Minister Bashungwa noted that through the budget prepared for 2022/23 they will prioritize to address the shortage of toilets especially for primary schools which will go hand in hand with reducing the shortage of teachers’ houses.



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