The government has planned to employ 11,000 primary and secondary schools in the 2017/18 financial year.
Minister of State Office of the Presidential Administration and Local Government, Suleiman Jafo said in the program, 7 000 teachers will be primary and 4,000 secondary schools.
"By December 31, 2,700 teachers will be hired," said Jaffo
Speaking to reporters in Dodoma during the recording of Tujadiliane organized by the Tanzania Journalists Club (UTPC) and analyzed in various media, Jafo said the jobs would reduce teacher shortage due to the increase in pupils since the Free Education Policy The Foundation starts implementing.
Since last year, the Government is implementing a nationwide policy of more than Sh20 billion each month, with the number of students enrolled in primary and secondary schools with more than one million students.
Infrastructure at school
About infrastructure at school said the government has allocated more than Sh37 billion to dome construction in public secondary schools 148.
In addition, Jafo said more than Sh21 billion were used to build 85 dormitories in the first phase of the program, while the second phase of building 65 dormitories that began in August was expected to cost Sh16 billion.
With regard to toilets and classrooms,
Minister Jafo said the government has allocated more than Sh246 billion to cope with toilet deficiencies and classrooms in public schools.
"One third of the funds, equivalent to Sh82 billion, will be used to complete construction projects for classrooms and toilets that are implemented by the people's power," she said.
Minister Jafo said the Government has planned to build 172 health centers for funding from the World Bank (WB), the Canadian Government and other stakeholders through the Fund Fund's joint fund.
"The goal is to implement the policy of the village and the health center in each county to assure citizens access to health services," said Jafo.
He explained that now only 530 of the 3,900 are currently in the country's health centers.
Regarding access to medicines and parameters, the Government has increased the budget to Sh269 billion for that purpose.
"We also have more than Sh127 billion of the Basket Fund which will be directed to a solution to the challenge of drug shortages and medical supplies on clinics, health centers and public hospitals," she said.
Commenting on the shortage of staff in the health sector created by fiscal certification, Minister Jafo said the government has already hired 2,058 employees while others are expected to be employed.
The issue of government-based certification last year has worn more than 19,000 employees whose jobs were suspended, with the health and education sector more vulnerable.