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91. Public Private Partnerships in Water and Electricity in Africa
  Friday, August 17, 2007  by Admin
  The paper analyzes the costs and benefits of private participation in the electricity and water industries in Sub-Saharan Africa. Contrary to conventional wisdom, the participation of private unregulated firms in the supply of services for the middle class and poor is fairly common in the region. Electrification is the biggest challenge to the African economy because it requires huge investment.
92. Use research results to enhance the prosperity of the nation
  Monday, August 13, 2007  by Admin
  Biased research results can seriously affect the business of involved clients, but an unbiased study, which can only be undertaken by professional and experienced organizations, stand to enhance prosperity.
93. EAC Opens Media Centre But Muzzles Staff Freedom
  Tuesday, July 24, 2007  by Admin
  East African Community will soon set up a media centre to facilitate coverage of its day to day activities and also as part of a wider public sensitization programme. The centre will be equipped with communication facilities such as Internet and digital data which will be used by journalists who will be accredited to make coverage of the Community affairs.
94. Launch of The Sullivan Summit Tanzania website
  Friday, July 20, 2007  by Admin
  The Leon H. Sullivan Summits bring together the world’s political and business leaders, delegates representing national and international civil and multinational organizations, and members of academic institutions in order to focus attention and resources on Africa’s economic and social development. Tanzania is to host the 8th Summit from June 2nd - 6th, 2008.
95. EABL spends 350m/- on Mkuranga water project
  Tuesday, July 17, 2007  by Admin
  The East African Breweries Limited in partnership with other stakeholders will spend more than 350m this year to make available safe drinking water in Mkuranga District, Coast region. The implementation of the project which is on course and targets to see 300,000 people in eleven wards get access to safe drinking water.
96. Prospects for achieving Mkukuta grow brighter
  Monday, July 02, 2007  by Admin
  A new report, according to the latest Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA) study, suggests that Tanzania has the ability to achieve its National Strategy for Growth and Poverty Reduction (Mkukuta) goals in 2015 and beyond. This could be achieved if the government strengthened management and planning of available resources both at national and sub national levels.
97. Budgets Cut Donor Reliance
  Tuesday, June 19, 2007  by Admin
  Two of three East African governments are moving to cut budget and project support from the donor community. Despite the decreasing donor dependence, the three governments are increasing their spend because of demands in key sectors of their respective economies.

98. REPOA - CSOs Training Workshop on Budget Analysis 2007
  Tuesday, May 29, 2007  by Admin
  REPOA invites members of CSOs involved in policy processes such as planning, monitoring and evaluation, and advocacy to a training workshop on Budget Analysis. This workshop, 18th-20th July, will enhance the capacity of CSOs to analyse and understand the Budget and the government processes that impact on the allocation and utilisation of resources. Deadline for application is 22nd June 2007.
99. $200 Million Project for Kagera
  Friday, May 25, 2007  by Admin
  NILE BASIN Initiative, a non governmental organisation is scheduled to construct a hydro electric power on River Kagera to supply Tanzania, Burundi and Rwanda. The power project would generate between 60-80 megawatts and work would begin in 2009 and is expected to end in 2011.

100. New study shows micro-lending can fight poverty
  Monday, May 21, 2007  by Admin
  A new study on the performance of micro-finance institutions in Tanzania claims that their beneficiaries have seen their lives improve from worse to better. The research was supported by Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA), working on the theme "The contribution of Microfinance Institutions to Poverty Reduction in Tanzania".
101. Malagarasi Bridge to cost USD25 million
  Friday, May 18, 2007  by Admin
  Construction of Malagarasi Bridge in Kigoma Region is expected to start any time now at a cost of over USD25m.
102. Work hard, avoid idleness -Lowassa
  Wednesday, May 16, 2007  by Admin
  Prime Minister, Edward Lowassa, has urged farmers in Coast Region to use fertilizers in their farms in order to yield quality and bumper harvests that would ensure an increase in their income to fight poverty.
103. Kinondoni mayor implores residents to support community projects
  Tuesday, May 15, 2007  by Admin
  Kinondoni Municipal Mayor Salum Londa has said that his council does not have enough resources and capacity that can facilitate provision of social services and empower its people to fight against abject poverty. He said poor participation in development projects was one of the problems facing the municipality.
104. Switzerland extends 20bn in budget support to Tanzania
  Friday, May 11, 2007  by Admin
  Tanzania has signed a bi-lateral agreement in General Budget Support with the Federal Government of Switzerland worth 19 million Swiss Francs, equivalent to 20bn for the period 2007 to 2010. The Minister of Finance, Zakia Meghji, said the money would be used to implement the governments National Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty as part of the government of Tanzania?s effort to reach the Millennium Development Goals.
105. Research Makes Sense - Sida Research Cooperation 2004
  Wednesday, May 09, 2007  by Admin
  Modern research cannot be conducted without access or use of ICT. Sida has been supporting Universities in developing their ICT capacity with a focus on research cooperation programmes and investment in ICT infrastructure. This publication demonstrates the link between research and the poverty focus and rights perspective.

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