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Misungwi Community Development Technical Training Institute
Chuo cha Maendeleo ya Jamii Ufundi Misungwi (Misungwi CDTTI)

UNEVOC Centre (Training provider) since 1995

Misungwi Community Development Technical Training Institute (CDTTI) is a government-owned technical training institute under the current Ministry of Community Development, Gender, Women and Special Groups. The institute is approved and registered by the National Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training(NACTVET)Since 2008, the institute offers a Basic Technician certificate in Civil engineering with Community development Programme NTA-level 4,Technician Certificate in Civil engineering with community development programme NTA-level 5 and An Ordinary Diploma in Civil engineering with Community Development programme NTA-level 6.

The Institute's purpose is to significantly contribute to the national and the community development (Building and Civil Aspects) by training Community Development Civil Technicians to respond to the country's ever–changing development needs.

The Objectives of the Institute are as follows:

  • To equip trainees with skills in interpreting different designs into technical realities in building, structure and civil works water supply, and sanitation.
  • To impart skills in producing low-cost, non-industrial building materials e.g. burnt bricks and roofing tiles.
  • To provide skills in the use of various appropriate technologies (low-cost household energy, rainwater harvesting, wastewater and solid waste disposal).
  • To equip trainees with quality basic knowledge in civil engineering to enable them to become effective change agents who can work with other extension staff to spearhead development at the grass root level.



To become the leading technical canters for excellence in training technicians with wide knowledge and skills who will be catalysts for change in science and technology community activities, in all levels of the community.


To develop and sustain engineers, technicians and artisans educationally and protect their achievements in terms of engineering professional ethics through training, research and consultancy.


  • To offer regular professional training and development to engineering and community development
  • To run various activities involving engineering and community development research
  • To link training, consultancy, and production services offered by Misungwi CDTTI with industries, ministries, and private and public institutions.
  • To prepare apprenticeship programs
  • To establish model villages for Community Engagement programs
  • To coordinate innovation skills

Regular tasks

Training, Consultancy, Research And Civil Works, Community Engagement Programs, Apprenticeship programs, and Innovation

Focus and interest

Work area

Which of the following fields is the UNEVOC Centre working on?
Sharing knowledge about TVET
Primary focus
Developing knowledge
Primary focus
Developing and building capacities
Primary focus


Who are the beneficiaries of the UNEVOC Centre's work?
Primary focus
Primary focus
Policy makers
Primary focus
Private sector
Primary focus

Engagement interest

What is the highest level of engagement the Centre is interested in in the following fields?
Greening of TVET institutions and skills
Interested to lead
  Interested to contribute
OER and Online Learning
Interested to lead
Equity of access in TVET
Interested to lead
Gender equality in TVET
Interested to lead
Fostering entrepreneurship
Interested to lead
Industry 4.0 / Smart production
Interested to lead

Activity interest

Which types of activities is the UNEVOC Centre most interested in?
Capacity development projects
Highly interested
Policy oriented projects
Highly interested
Knowledge development
Highly interested
Workshops and conferences
Highly interested

Regional collaboration interest

What are the UNEVOC Centre's collaboration interests?
Within my cluster
Highly interested
With Africa
Highly interested
With the Arab States
Highly interested
With Asia and the Pacific
Highly interested
With Europe, CIS and North America
Highly interested
With Latin America and the Caribbean
Highly interested


Chuo cha Maendeleo ya Jamii Ufundi Misungwi (Misungwi CDTTI)
Tanzania, United Republic of


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Head of UNEVOC Centre
Arch. Charles Franklin Achuodho

UNEVOC Coordinator
Dongo Nzori Dongo
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28 February 2021
Admission cycle 2021-2022
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