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76. Ireland Promises Aid to Dar
  Tuesday, January 22, 2008  by Admin
  Ireland has promised to release US$280 million to the Tanzanian Government between 2008 and 2010. The pledge was given as part of Ireland's ongoing commitment to the country's development.
77. Can Tanzania Manage the Problem of Grand Corruption
  Tuesday, January 15, 2008  by Admin
  It is widely acknowledged that there is a deep-seated problem of grand corruption in Tanzania and that something must be done to address the situation. Even so, many questions linger on. What is the extent of the problem? Who is involved? Is it a systemic problem or a matter involving corrupt individuals? The questions are endless.
78. Looking Beyond Development Associations
  Tuesday, January 15, 2008  by Admin
  Three British researchers from University College London and University of Leicester, have pitched camp in Cameroon and Tanzania to see how some of development associations operate in collaboration with Britain. They are looking looking at people who live outside Africa and they send money and other forms of support to their hometowns.

79. EAC Economic gains crushed by kenya's political crisis
  Monday, January 14, 2008  by Admin
  The unending political crisis in Kenya is now evidently sending shock waves to the entire East African Community (EAC) bloc as all individual partner States' economies are no longer at ease.
The Kenyan economy is traditionally the region's powerhouse because of its vibrant agricultural, manufacturing, financial services and tourism sectors.
80. Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program
  Monday, January 14, 2008  by Admin
  Global "Go-To Think Tanks" is a report that identifies some of the leading public policy research organizations in the world. This project grew out of never ending requests from journalists, scholars and government officials who want a list of the leading think tanks in a particular country or region of the world. The report summarizes the findings of this pilot project and identifies what might be called the "go to think tanks" in every region of the world.
81. Tanzania yet to decide where to belong on EPAs
  Monday, December 17, 2007  by Admin
  Tanzania is yet to decide whether to move as a member of the East African Community or of the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) under the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) arrangement, the government has said. Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation minister Bernard Membe told journalists in Dar es Salaam that the way to go would depend on which bloc promised to serve the country's economic and other interests more where EPA applied.
82. The Least Developed Countries Report, 2007 - Knowledge, Technological Learning and Innovation
  Monday, December 03, 2007  by Admin
  This Report focuses on how LDC Governments and their development partners can promote technological progress in LDCs as part of their efforts to develop domestic productive capacities.
The argument is that unless the LDCs adopt policies to stimulate technological catch-up with the rest of the world, they will continue to fall behind other countries technologically and face deepening marginalization in the global economy. Focus of the policies should be on proactive technological learning by domestic
enterprises rather than on conventionally understood technological transfer, and on commercial innovation rather than on pure scientific research.
83. Farewell to a Unique Forum for Dialogue
  Monday, December 03, 2007  by Admin
  The Helsinki Process on Globalisation and Democracy was launched five years ago by Finland and Tanzania with the aim of addressing international divisions, to achieve an inclusive globalisation process based on human and environmental security.
84. Poverty Policy Week
  Monday, November 19, 2007  by Admin
  Ministry of Planning, Economy and Empwerment has organized the Poverty Policy Week from 19th – 22nd November 2007 at the Ubungo Plaza Hall, Dar es Salaam. Objectives include to Get feedback and share experience with stakeholders on MKUKUTA implementation and its monitoring; Foster ownership of MKUKUTA Strategy among the stakeholders and provide a forum to reflect and exchange views on the implementation, achievements, challenges, lessons and future plans; Share information on resource allocation and implementation of MKUKUTA; and
Disseminate information from MKUKUTA Monitoring System.
85. African leaders endorse ICT to cut poverty
  Wednesday, October 31, 2007  by Admin
  African leaders, at the 'Connect Africa Summit' in Rwanda, have unanimously agreed to improve access to information communication technology (ICT) to address the continents development shortfalls and cut poverty by 2012.
86. Tanzania's FDI Peaks U.S$377m, Uganda At $307m
  Tuesday, October 23, 2007  by Admin
  Tanzania outperformed her East African Community (EAC) member states in attracting Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) courtesy of its booming mining sector.
87. Film Festival at the GK3 Platform
  Thursday, October 11, 2007  by Admin
  A lot of community-generated content, which focuses on the needs of the grassroots community, is available in the form of videos. The i4d Film Festival, Beyond the Mainstream… is an attempt to bring together this community of filmmakers.
88. Tanzania Gatsby Trust, Unido agree to support food processors
  Tuesday, September 25, 2007  by Admin
  The Tanzania Gatsby Trust and the United Nations Industrial Organization (UNIDO) have agreed to collaborate in a special food processing credit scheme for members of the Tanzania Food Processors Association (TAFOPA). The scheme will help support a credit mechanism for TAFOPA members, hence boost their working capital, expand their business, make purchases of raw materials and improve their working premises.
89. ISSD opens up farms to create jobs for youth
  Tuesday, September 25, 2007  by Admin
  Youth have been encouraged to participate in boosting agricultural production as one of the ways of reducing unemployment in the country.
90. Agriculture and HIV/AIDS Unilever Tea - a Co-Investment Public-Private Partnership
  Wednesday, August 29, 2007  by Admin
  While some companies have developed basic treatment programs to address HIV/AIDS in the workplace, Unilever Tea Tanzania has taken its response to the epidemic to the next level. Using the type of public-private partnerships known as co-investment, Unilever has leveraged its private sector infrastructure and expertise in collaboration with public sector technical assistance and financial resources to scale-up its internal HIV/AIDS employee treatment program.

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