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Topic 3: Asking for services

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ASKING FOR SERVICE Making Telephone Calls Making Telephone Calls Using Appropriate Language Make telephone calls using appropriate language Services: Thesupplying or supplier of utilities or commodities such as water, transport, telephone, electricity, or gas, required or demanded by the public. Asking for services is the need of that service. Services are intangible commodities. When you […]

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Topic 4: Gender

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The Concept of Gender Gender refers to the state of being male or female. In this context, it refers to the social relationship between men and women. It is concerned with the roles and responsibilities of men and women in our families, communities and country. Different Gender Concepts There are various concepts which are used in […]

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Topic 3: Democracy

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Meaning of Democracy The term democracy comes from the two Greek words, demos which mean people, and kratos which means power. Therefore, in Greek, the word democracy means the rule of the people; it is the system where by the population of a given society controls the government. Abraham Lincoln, the 19th USA’s president, defined democracy as the government […]

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Topic 2: Government of Tanzania

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Topic 2: Government of Tanzania

Meaning of Government The government is asystem or organizational machinery for organizing people. In other words, government is a group of people within a community who have power and authority to perform administrative functions. These includeplanning, making decisions and even the implementation of policies. Government can be created through elections, by force or through hereditary […]

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Topic 1: Promotion of life skills

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Life skills are the mental abilities which enable a person to have self control. Through these skills, a person is able to act, think or behave in an acceptable manner in the community. Some of the life skills include: negotiation skills, relationship skills, self-awareness skills and decision-making skills. Life skills as a discipline, refers to the […]

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