The development objective of the project is to strengthen the learning environment and labour market alignment of priority programs at beneficiary universities and improve the management of the higher education system. The project will invest in requisite infrastructure for modern and effective teaching and research, and by training to the highest standard the teachers, researchers and administrators needed by universities to achieve to their full potential.
The HEET Project is geared towards meeting the following strategic objectives (i) to increase enrolment in priority disciplines,
(ii) to improve the relevance and quality of programs at universities to meet the conditions and standards of the current and future labour market, (iii) to strengthen system-level coordination, management, and regulations to ensure quantity, quality and relevance of higher education in Tanzania, and (iv) to increase the rate and extent of graduate employability through improving the relevance of curricula and create new and demand-driven programs.
The MoEST, have prepared Environmental and Social Safeguard instruments which will guide implementation of HEET, in alignment with the World Bank Safeguard Policies. The instruments include:
- Resettlement Policy Framework,
- Environmental and Social Management Framework,and
- Stakeholders Engagement Plan.
The threeinstruments identify how risks will be mitigated and prevented, during project implementation.
Given the importance of these guidelines, MoEST invites all stakeholders to comment before the guidelines are submitted to the next level. The deadline for submissions is 15 January 2021. Stakeholder comments may be submitted by post or email to the following address: -
Att: Tabitha Etutu
The instruments areavailable for stakeholders’ consultation in the website Ministry’s www.moe.go.tz.