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121. Control of Foreign Fishering Policy Brief: Tanzania
  Tuesday, August 29, 2006  by Admin
  How can Tanzania capitalise on the control of foreign fishing to maximise revenue and ensure a sustainable tuna fishery?
 
122. Call for Concept Papers - Private Sector Advocacy Fund
  Tuesday, August 29, 2006  by Admin
  Business Environment Strengthening for Tanzania (BEST) Programme is calling for concept papers for Advocacy Capacity Building for Private Sector Organizations "FACILITY B". Deadline for Application September 25th, 2006.
 
123. The Impact of E-Commerce on Taxation
  Tuesday, July 18, 2006  by Admin
  In 1994, e-commerce or literally accepting orders over a secure web site was considered a leading edge. Today, e-business is more pervasive and complex. The term e-business can be distinguished from e-commerce by the fact that e-business is broader and of a higher generation or rather a superset of e-commerce. In Tanzania there are no known studies made to establish the positive impact of e-commerce or e-business. In reality the positive impact of e-business outweigh the negative ones. However, there is a growing concern and fear by Revenue Administrators that companies using e-business could easily hide their earnings and thereby deny the Revenue Authority substantial revenue.
 
124. Tax specialists see budget as pro-poor
  Tuesday, June 27, 2006  by Admin
  The national budget announced last week has assumed divergent directions from different interpreters, not least tax experts.
Yet, an apparent convergence seems to be suggesting that its a win-win fiscal budget, though some sections of the investment community are grudging about the abolition of some incentives, as well as lumping of new taxes on raw materials.
 
125. Hotuba ya Rais wa Jamhuri wa Muungano wa Tanzania_ Ufunguzi was Jengo la Ukumbi Mpya wa Bunge
  Wednesday, June 21, 2006  by Admin
  HOTUBA YA MHE. JAKAYA MRISHO KIKWETE, RAIS WA JAMHURI YA MUUNGANO WA TANZANIA, KWENYE UFUNGUZI WA JENGO LA UKUMBI MPYA WA BUNGE, DODOMA , 12 JUNI, 2006.
 
126. Hotuba ya Rais wa Jamhuri wa Muungano wa Tanzania_ Ufunguzi was Jengo la Ukumbi Mpya wa Bunge
  Wednesday, June 21, 2006  by Admin
  HOTUBA YA MHE. JAKAYA MRISHO KIKWETE, RAIS WA JAMHURI YA MUUNGANO WA TANZANIA, KWENYE UFUNGUZI WA JENGO LA UKUMBI MPYA WA BUNGE,DODOMA , 12 JUNI, 2006.
 
127. Budget with energy and the environment in mind
  Friday, June 16, 2006  by Admin
  By Andrew Harris, Deloitte & Touche Tanzania


The energy crisis in Tanzania has been felt throughout the whole country, well except perhaps Zanzibar. The Government has identified this need and previously announced tenders for immediate increases in generating capacities.

 
128. Budget Speeches 2006/2007
  Friday, June 16, 2006  by Admin
  The government plans to spend 4.85 trillion/- in this fiscal year, up from 4.176 trillion/- budgeted previously and has proposed concerted tax adjustments.
 
129. Good Governance, Markets and Donors
  Wednesday, June 14, 2006  by Admin
  This essay is a commentary on some of the issues arising from the focus on governance in the donor-African aid “dialogue” in recent years. The reflections are somewhat personal based on observation, and from time to time, involvement in that scene. The comments on the way the issue has been handled in that dialogue are critical, in some places sharply so. Therefore at the outset the point should be made that the recognition of the central importance of governance in development is obviously to be welcomed.
 
130. Challenges of legislating for water utilisation in rural Tanzania: drafting new laws
  Wednesday, June 07, 2006  by Admin
  This was a presentation during the International workshop on African Water Laws: Plural Legislative Frameworks for Rural Water Management in Africa, January 2005. The issue of legislating water supply in Tanzania received special attention both in the policy and in the legislation proposals. However, despite the encouraging development, there are some issues that need to be clarified on the governance and utilisation of water by rural population.
 
131. Macroeconomic Challenges of Scaling Up Aid to Africa - Checklist for practioners
  Thursday, May 11, 2006  by Admin
  The handbook provides a checklist of the macro economic challenges that low-income countries are like to face if they begin to receive significantly higher official development assistance (ODA) than in the past. The checklist is derived from a survey of economic literature, is a tool for developing illustrative macroeconomics scenarios for individual countries in response to a scaling up of aid flows.

 
132. The Education for All - Fast Track Initiative
  Wednesday, May 10, 2006  by Admin
  The Fast Track Initiative (FTI) was launched as a global partnership between developing partners and developing countries to ensure accelerated progress towards achieving the 2015 Millennium Development Goal of universal primary education, among others. FTI is evolving as a good model for the country driven implementation of an MDG linked global initiative by providing a framework and a platform where the country and its donors come to an agreement that follows key principles agreed by the FTI partnership.
 
133. Local Research on the Characteristics of Effective Primary Schools in Singida Tanzania
  Monday, May 08, 2006  by Admin
  There has been a growing concern in Tanzania that many pupils complete primary school withough achieving satisfactory levels of training. This report is an outcome of a research conducted with assistance from ADEA, MoEC, UNESCO and CIDA to study characteristics of effective primary schools in Singida. Some results indicate that some primary schools were more effective when the teacher motivated pupils for effective learning and has the mastery of the content and methodology they are teaching.
 
134. Government lands 81bn budget support from European Union
  Saturday, May 06, 2006  by Admin
  The Government and the European Commission have agreed on a two year 81bn third poverty reduction budget support programme.
 
135. Institutions and Governance: Public Staff Management in Tanzania
  Friday, May 05, 2006  by Admin
  The importance of institutions is one of the distinctive features of the new governance model. This paper is an empirical study of how the institutional framework affects the way public servants are managed in Tanzania, focusing on the overall institutional framework which relates to the management of public servants.
 

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