Fulgence Swai

I was recently appointed as an assistant professor at the Aga Khan University in Dar es Salaam where I am now teaching M Ed students who are specializing in Assessment, Measurement and Evaluation. It is an intensive program and right now the students are doing their practicum for which I am fully involved. I addition to teaching, I also participate in outreach activities within the East African region of Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania where there are programs organized by the Institute for Educational Development, East Africa under the auspices of the Aga Khan University. This means that I will be traveling to both Kenya and Uganda periodically. I am also involved in supervision of some students writing their dissertations. [8-16]


Since I Retired from Public Service with effect from January 1, 2007, I have pursued a career as a consultant, educator, facilitator and qualitative researcher. Among other roles I was the National Consultant for the TACAIDS Rapid Assessment in the Tanzania Mainland from, the Consultant Team Leader for the costing of the framework for the Tanzania Aids Commission, UNICEF Consultant for the designing and supporting the Teacher Development and Management Framework for the Teachers Service Commission in the Ministry of Education in Rwanda. Prior to retiring, I was the Coordinator for the formation of the Tanzania Teachers Union and I was also among the founders of the Tanzania Education Network (TEN/MET).


I often meet CIE graduates, both Tanzanians who are working in education and visiting CIE members.  Recent visiting CIE members have included: Hatsue Kimura (in Rwanda) and Satomi Kamei, Hilda Kokuhirwa, Gabriela Delgadillo in Dar es Salaam.  I also often see fellow Tanzanian graduates like Anna Swai, Mjege Kinyota, and Assela Luena.


Email: swaisr@yahoo.com



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