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    Very informative knowledge. Teachers can act as change agents in this endeavor.

    Joshua
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    This learning has improved and widened my understanding on how to review our TVET programme considering the issues of Sustainable development and how ESD can guarantee a sustainable change.
    To work towards a more critical understanding of SD and ESD in our context is to read extensively on the scope of SDGs and how they can be inculcated in the curriculum. The only way to engage my colleagues is to undertake a close look at what the programme is intending to achieve based on the SDGs.

    Joshua
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    Sustainable development is development which meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs as well. For example, our generation should live knowing that there is another generation coming to enjoy the beauty of the earth, just the same as the previous generation left us with enough to survive on. Thus, we must live sensibly making sure that every person within the community has full right to education, heath services, access to clean water etc.

    It is through ESD we can ensure true sustainable development without which, nothing can be accomplished.

    It is the duty, therefore, of our TE/TVET to make sure this task is accomplished through them. Educators should take the leading role to have these initiatives a reality.

    Joshua
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    Water access has become a critical issue in this part of the world. Why is this commodity scarce and how can we make it available again, a curriculum that is community based engagement can be enhanced to see how the problem can be resolved using local methodologies. i.e bringing the local into being again, a curriculum that is community based. I am thinking pursuing this change project because it a cross-cutting project in relation to health, climate change, hunger and poverty. Colleagues in my department: Dr. onesto Ilomo, Dr. Elifeleti Azaliwa. Dr. Eliada Tiengo and Mr. Zablon Mgonja and community leaders will engage in tailoring this curriculum

    Joshua
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    I am Joshua Kuboja, following the training from the University of Arusha Tanzania. What an incredible training that exposes teachers to take the lead in transforming the lives of people on this planet earth! As an educator, I find this training to be useful and that through me a change of attitude on how to deal with matters of the SDGs is about to happen. It is unless teachers transform and uphold the values of humanity, nothing good can be expected from the rest of the human race. Thus, sustainability starts with teachers becomes a reality. My initial change project is on access to clean water and water resources preservation

    Joshua
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    I am Joshua Kuboja, following the training from the University of Arusha Tanzania. What an incredible training that exposes teachers to take the lead in transforming the lives of people on this planet earth! As an educator, I find this training to be useful and that through me a change of attitude on how to deal with matters of the SDGs is about to happen. It is unless teachers transform and uphold the values of humanity, nothing good can be expected from the rest of the human race. Thus, sustainability starts with teachers becomes a reality.

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