of quality primary education, mobilize scholarship support for children from poor communities to access quality education services from primary to the highest possible level.
Community members in Tanzania experience limited access to basic and human right including quality education services. Major factors contributing to such challenges include poverty and other cultural factors. Tanzania has experienced an increase number of public primary and secondary schools, which ultimately increased students’ enrolment due to implementation of new free education policy from. Implementation of this policy from 2016, posed a challenge of inadequate resources such as teachers, classroom, teaching and learning facilities hence poor quality of service delivery. Some private schools offer quality education but majority of the needy, especially girls from disadvantaged families experience limited access due to poverty, cultural and gender related factors.
Community projects promotion envisage addressing such challenges through conduct of inclusive education projects, mobilize resources to facilitate provision