Training for Government MDA’s and other stakeholders
Trainings on behavioural interventions for researchers, business and private sector, and government institutions to develop interest and capacity among them. Below are trainings/workshops conducted to date.
CBS conducted a workshop, “Understanding Behavioral Science for Inclusive and Human Centric Policies”. The training workshop aim to
make participants understand human behavior and how to formulate policies which are human centric, and evidence based. Also, to advocate for evidence-based policies which are easily adopted and have a long-lasting impact. The workshop involved participants mainly policy makers, researchers from Ministries Departments
Agencies, and Higher learning Institutions. Also, participants from Local Government Authorities (LGA) and Non- Governmental Organization were involved.
CBS conducted a Behavioural Science training to the member of our Tax project’s Joint Implementation Team (JIT) to familiarize them with the Behavioural Science Field. Participants included personnel from Ministry of Finance and Planning, Tanzania Revenue Authority, Bank of Tanzania and National Bureau of Statistics who form the JIT.
CBS conducted a Behavioural Science training to the member of the Department of Economics, University of Dar es Salaam. The training aimed to familiarize them with the Behavioural Science Field and CBS activities so as to gain their interest in engaging with CBS whenever their expertise’ are needed.
CBS conducted a Behavioural Science training to a pool of MKURABITA staff. The training aimed to familiarize them with the Behavioural Science Field.
Training for Masters Students
Training aimed at exploring behavioral science field but only at an introductory level. Given the fact that this field is still new in Tanzania, the training acted as a catalyst to motivate students to do their research in this field, thus increase behavioral scientists in our region. Training conducted todate include 2018 and 2019 graduate students.
The five days course, conducted in September 2018, was advertised to all postgraduate students, targeted students with a background in basic economics.
Training for students majoring in Master of Arts in Economics and Master of Arts in Applied Economics. The five days training was conducted in November 2019.