Fully Funded Government Sponsorship, Training Opportunities partner with Don Bosco Net Tanzania
he Office of the Prime Minister of the United Republic of Tanzania dates back to the year 1961 when the first Prime Minister of Tanganyika, the Father of the Nation, Mwalimu J.K. Nyerere, was appointed. According to Government Notice Number 415 of 1st December 1961 the function of the office then was to advice the Governor-General on all matters relating to the Government of Tanganyika.
The Office of the Prime Minister was retained as the head of government business when Tanganyika became a republic on 9th December 1962 with the President as Head of State.
BNET was founded in 1992 as a procurement office before becoming a Project Office in 1996. In 2014, the office received a Charter from the Provincial Council and separated its activities from the Kenya office and changed its name to Don Bosco Networks Tanzania.
Our approach: DBNET coordinates the Salesians’ development work in Tanzania by advising, evaluating, planning and managing projects across Tanzania to achieve sustainable development.
How we work: Over the years, DBNET has established public and private partnerships to implement its projects, an important factor that ensures sustainability of its interventions. In order to implement the various projects DBNET:
Identifies the development needs in the areas under the Salesian Influence
Draws up project proposals to satisfy the identified
Manages financial resources outside the country to implement projects with the support of Salesian NGO
Trains local partners in Project Management
Monitors and assesses the implemented projects
Promotes strategic planning process involved in Salesian projects
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