Use of antiretrovirals, for long the preserve of the rich, grew from 6.4 percent of infected men in 2005 to 38.6 percent ten years later, and from 3.3 percent to 42.4 percent for women over the same period, the study found.
Feza Schools’ students participated in different competitions, including International Olympiads in Science and Mathematics, project competitions on environment and sustainable energy, robotics and information technology and international debate, held in the USA and World Scholars Cup in Bangkok, in Thailand. Photo: Courtesy of Feza Secondary Schools.
The provision of educational and skills development opportunities to all citizens, as a means of poverty alleviation, social empowerment and transformation strategies, has been central to many developing countries.
The Deputy Minister Prime Minister’s Office, Labour, Youth and Employment, Anthony Peter Mavunde, stresses a point at the cycle transformation project policy summit organised by World Vision Tanzania on Friday last week.