Dubai / Emirates Business
Dubai Cares, part of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, announced two new education programmes in Tanzania. A Dubai Cares delegation, led by Chief Executive Officer Tariq Al Gurg and consisting of UAE-based media and Dubai Cares employees, visited the country to officially launch the Early Childhood Development (ECD) programmes in mainland Tanzania and Zanzibar and conduct schools visits to witness the success of the programs’ implementation on the ground so far. Both programs aim to reach 54,400
beneficiaries in 4 years with a total
investment of AED26,670,430.
The programme in mainland Tanzania seeks to improve access to and quality of pre-primary
education by building evidence of cost-effective models that can
be scaled up. The programme
benefits 25,000 children through
contextually relevant, cost effective and replicable pre-school
Dubai Cares’ early childhood education programmes in mainland Tanzania and Zanzibar follow successful education programs previously launched in 41 developing countries around the world.