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The EQUIP project in Shinyanga, Tanzania began in 2003 with co-financing from the European Commission (EC). The five-year project cycle ended in 2008. EQUIP aimed to improve classroom practices and learning through child centred pedagogy, and to develop a system of empowering and developing teachers and children. This final evaluation covers the whole of the project cycle and is organised under are the two main interventions, namely the training of teachers and education sector actors to practise child centred pedagogy in the classroom, and the establishment of a Teacher In-service Training System for the professional development of teachers.

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