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Cifal Durban Team Jetting off to Tanzania
​CIFAL Durban Officials
Officials from the CIFAL Durban, in partnership with Cator Manor ABM and the Economic Development Unit will be jetting off to Tanzania to share information and experiences at a workshop to be held in Dar es Salaam. It will take place on 17-21 September 2012.

The workshop will focus on strengthening youth development at a local government level. Tanzania faces many challenges and the workshop for the establishment of institutional arrangements and procedures designed to secure the effective integration of youth policy into national, regional and local development planning, budgeting and implementation in Tanzania.

Zola Dyasi, Acting Director of CIFAL Durban, said, “The overarching goal of the programme is to ensure that municipalities in the African continent have viable youth development policies that can foster the implementation of strategies, programmes and projects for youth development in pursuance of the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals.

The seminar will include about 40 participants from Tanzania. There will be representatives from local government units, non-governmental organisations, national government agencies and youth organisations. “This learning, working and sharing workshop will consist of different sessions that will cover areas of contextual analysis where different national policies and strategies will be discussed and how they are translated at local government level.

We will also be discussing best practices, case studies, reviewing of issues and develop action plans to be implemented by the participating local governments. Thereafter we will assess local government performance and capacity to champion youth development.”

“We expect municipal role-players and youth to come up with creative and imaginative ways of intervening in each of the four stages of the policy cycle, which is formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation. We look forward to coming up with innovative ways of assisting Tanzania with regards to these four stages of the policy cycle.”
 
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