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Master
head of secondary school in the morning, Mrs. All Slideshow (second left), Officer
Ilala Secondary School, Bi. Eat False (right) in the picture
together with the Deputy Director General of the United Nations Environment Organization
(UNEP), Joyce Msuya (second right) who joined the representative of
UN Environment Agency, Mrs. Clara Makenya (left)
when he made a short visit to school yesterday yesterday in Dar es Salaam.

Deputy
Director General of the United Nations Environment Organization (UNEP), Joyce Msuya
talking to girls in Secondary School to facilitate doing
especially on their studies when he visited school there to thank the teachers for
without their arrival during his visit yesterday in Dar es Salaam.

Deputy
Director General of the United Nations Environment Organization (UNEP), Joyce Msuya
talking to girls in Secondary School to facilitate doing
especially on their studies when he visited school there to thank the teachers for
without their arrival during his visit yesterday in Dar es Salaam.

Deputy
Director General of the United Nations Environment Organization (UNEP), Joyce Msuya
in a picture with girls from Secondary School in the desert immediately
to motivate and encourage them during a short visit to school yesterday
in Dar es Salaam.

Officer
representative of the United Nations Environment Agency, Mrs. Clara
Makes talking to the media (there is no picnic) about UNEP
cooperating with the Ministry of Education to develop environmental training guidelines
in schools so that students can learn and appreciate the environment since they are young
during the visit of the Deputy Director General of the United Nations
Environment (UNEP), Joyce Msuya (left) at the school yesterday in Dar es Salaam.

Deputy
Director General of the United Nations Environment Organization (UNEP), Joyce Msuya
speaking to the media on his visit to high school in the desert of appealing to school girls
yesterday in Dar es Salaam. Right is the representative of the Environment Agency
United Nations in the country, Ms. Clara Makenya

Deputy
Director General of the United Nations Environment Organization (UNEP), Joyce Msuya
speaking and sharing ideas with the principal of the High School
In the morning, Mrs. All Injury (middle) with the Secondary Education Officer
Ilala Municipality, Mrs. Flee Injection (left) immediately after arriving at school
before talking to school students yesterday in Dar es Salaam.

Deputy
Director General of the United Nations Environment Organization (UNEP), Joyce Msuya
sign a guestbook for Secondary School in the desert immediately after
arriving at school there was a shock for girls in the school yesterday in Dar
es Salaam. Right is Ilala's Higher Education Officer, Mrs. Come
False.

Some
of students with disabilities listening to the Deputy Director General of
United Nations Environment Organization (UNEP), Joyce Msuya (no picnic)
while giving them the motivation to do well in their studies including
to be aware of a short visit to school yesterday yesterday in Dar es Salaam.

Master
head of secondary school in the morning, Mrs. All Slideshow (second left) and
Ilala Municipal Secondary School Officer, Mrs. Eliza Fooly accompanies
Deputy Director General of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), Joyce
The second (right-hand) correspondent with the representative of the Environmental Organization
the United Nations in the country, Mrs. Clara Makenya (right) towards the area
special talk to school girls yesterday in Dar es Salaam.

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Director General of the United Nations Environment Organization (UNEP), Joyce Msuya
He has asked girls in the country to make good plans for life by focusing on opportunities
which are available.
Speaking
after visiting a high school in the desert which he studied in
In the 1970s, the director said education is one of the most important things in
achieving the goals of being high economic and dynamic.
He said
Higher positions can be achieved by investing in education, hard work and
learn from others especially developed countries.
He said
while he reads there was not a great chance for girls but at present
The space is clear and well-organized they will be among the runners
economically dependent on their families.
He said
The most important thing for the present girls is to build up how they will be able
used well in any sector while maintaining a good relationship with the family
theirs which are the basis for success.
In
interviews with journalists after his visit to the incident
The girls in the desert said the difficulty described by the head of the school
secondary in the morning will look at how
to help although not directly depending on its position.
In
The main discussion of the school with 1,470 students, Mrs. Bi. All Slideshow
said that he is faced with the challenges of the dormitory as the existing is satisfying
the needs of the disabled for 75 percent and the remaining percentage is for pupils
normal.
In addition
said there was a shortage of Art A awards and also tools for disabled people
Learning is limited.
Included
and existing challenges that led to the graduation of the school, the teacher
Boke who has been transferred this year from the secondary King's Day
the municipality of Ubungo, said they had planned to regain the respect of the school.
He said
there has been a committee of examinations, restoring the desire for excellence and also having
Talk with parents for those students who seem to do little to know
problems and help solve them.
He said
have been engaging in parents to achieve a motto-based campaign
divide zero and 4 tons.
In
His conversation with the girls The Deputy Director wanted them to be self-centered in
studies and recognition of their positions by being open to learning.
He said
has returned to the country after being appointed for his position to look at what he can
helping to be an environmental leader in environmental issues.
Responding
a question about the Stiglers gorgeous project project The deputy said
has no doubt with the efforts of the five-phase government to keep the environment in mind
UNEP's Tanzania office is working closely with the government in terms of
the environment through the Vice-Presidential Office, the Council of Environment and Institutions
other as Ministry of Education.
He said
including negotiating with government officials is using its visit
consulting with regard to environmental issues and what the UNEP can do
to assist the government in the role of environmental conservation.
He said
International Tanzania is known for having animal and marine parks so it is located
in a good position and what he does as the Deputy is knowing where
they can help.
"Tanzania
is very rich in environmental issues in Tanzania people think
Animal parks think of the sea. Outside Tanzania is well "he said.
He too
Clara Makenya Representative of the United Nations Environment Organization
in the country who was on the visit of the deputy said that the UNEP
has collaborated with the Ministry of Education to develop environmental training guidelines
in schools so that students can learn and appreciate the environment since they are young.


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