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121. Believe Begin Become
  Monday, June 25, 2007  by Admin
  Welcome to Believe Begin Become, Tanzania's National Business Plan Competition! The goal is to help existing businesses grow successfully, self-sustaining companies that create jobs, revenue and ultimately wealth for Tanzanians.
 
122. The Contribution of Microfinance Institutions to Poverty Reduction in Tanzania
  Friday, May 25, 2007  by Admin
  Microfinance Institutions (MFI) are the alternative sources of finance for Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) in place of the Formal Financial Institutions. Researchers argue that MFIs are useful as they reduce poverty through increased income and standards of living; empower women; develop the business sector through growth potentials and develop a parallel financial sector. This paper examines the extent to which MFIs contribute to poverty reduction in Tanzania.
 
123. Africa business fund moves to Tanzania
  Friday, May 11, 2007  by Admin
  THE Investment Climate Facility (ICF), a fund conceived to help Africa create a more attractive business environment, is moving its headquarters from Cape Town, South Africa to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. ICF is a partnership between African governments, the private sector, G8 countries and donor agencies. It focuses on improving the continent’s investment climate.
 
124. FinScope Survey 2006 Findings - Demand for Financial Services and Barriers to Access
  Wednesday, May 09, 2007  by Admin
  FinScope Tanzania is the first national survey of the demand for and barriers to accessing financial services. Making financial markets work, especially for the poor, calls for practical solutions and a compelling case for collaboration between the private sector, government and development partners.
 
125. IFC Launch Second Annual Essay Competition
  Monday, May 07, 2007  by Admin
  On April 25, 2007, International Finance Corporation, launched the second annual IFC/FT Essay Competition. The theme is: "Private Sector Development: Creating Markets, Transforming Lives." Target audiences include economic and financial policymakers, the international financial community, and international domestic investors.
 
126. Making Finance Work In Africa
  Friday, April 20, 2007  by Admin
  Making financial systems work better is an increasingly widely-shared goal among policy
makers in Africa. Not only have strong financial systems helped deliver rapid growth, but
they deliver benefits, direct and indirect, right across the income distribution. Drawing on
recent experience across the region and in international comparisons, Making Finance
Work for Africa seeks to present a coherent and consistent policy approach that addresses
African priorities and can work in African conditions.
 
127. Making Finance Work In Africa
  Friday, April 20, 2007  by Admin
  Making financial systems work better is an increasingly widely-shared goal among policy
makers in Africa. Not only have strong financial systems helped deliver rapid growth, but
they deliver benefits, direct and indirect, right across the income distribution. Drawing on
recent experience across the region and in international comparisons, Making Finance
Work for Africa seeks to present a coherent and consistent policy approach that addresses
African priorities and can work in African conditions.
 
128. Partnerships with social entrepreneurs offer benefits to both companies and communities
  Thursday, April 19, 2007  by Admin
  This report explores the potential for more entrepreneurial solutions to an array of socio-economic, environmental and governance challenges including climate change, the risk of global pandemics, the growing threat to natural resources like water and fisheries, and the issues of poverty and hunger. It also provides specific examples of entrepreneurial approaches to a number of problems with a particular emphasis on the health care and energy sectors.
 
129. The next 4 billion – market size and business strategy at he base of the pyramid
  Tuesday, April 17, 2007  by Admin
  4 billion low-income people, which is the majority of the world’s population, constitute the base of economic pyramid. The report shares findings on their behaviour as consumers and their purchasing power which suggests opportunities for market based approaches to better meet their needs, increase their productivity and incomes, and empower their entry into the formal economy. The report includes chapters on markets on - health, information and communications, transportation, housing, energy, food and the financial services.
 
130. The next 4 billion – market size and business strategy at he base of the pyramid
  Tuesday, April 17, 2007  by Admin
  4 billion low-income people, which is the majority of the world’s population, constitute the base of economic pyramid. The report shares findings on their behaviour as consumers and their purchasing power which suggests opportunities for market based approaches to better meet their needs, increase their productivity and incomes, and empower their entry into the formal economy. The report includes chapters on markets on - health, information and communications, transportation, housing, energy, food and the financial services.
 
131. Online campaign to market Tanzania kicks off
  Tuesday, April 10, 2007  by Admin
  Tanzania Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (TCCIA) has forged an online partnership with Azania Holdings Tanzania Limited, aimed at marketing country's business potential abroad. "Azania Online seeks to empower all Tanzanian businessmen by equipping them with important marketing tools, an online presence where potential customers, partners and investors can find them," said Jerry Selengia, Managing Director, Azania Holdings Tanzania Limited.
 
132. International Association of Business Communicators - IABC
  Thursday, March 15, 2007  by Admin
  The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) is an international professional organisation with more than 15,000 members around the world. The IABC through its website, magazine, knowledge products and chapter activities provides multidisciplinary resources for communication professionals. It provides leading-edge professional development programmes, inclusive networking opportunities and current best practices shaped by the global, national and local perspectives of its membership.
 
133. 3rd African Microfinance Conference: New Options for Rural and Urban Africa
  Friday, March 09, 2007  by Admin
  The third African Microfinance Conference will take place in Kampala, Uganda. The envisaged setting and planned programme creates an atmosphere fostering good discussion and events.
The theme of the 2007 conference, "Third African Microfinance Conference: New Options for Rural and Urban Africa" reflects the real challenges to our world, for example, the provision of financial services to the rural poor, to urban dwellers and integrating microfinance with the formal financial sector.
 
134. Rural Finance Research Conference
  Thursday, March 08, 2007  by Admin
  What do we know about research on rural finance? FAO, the Ford Foundation and IFAD, strongly believe that rural finance research is very important in supporting the development of sound financial markets around the world. The Conference is being held at the FAO headquarters in Rome from 19 to 21 March 2007. The organisers hope to find out more about the contribution research is making to our understanding of key problems in rural finance.
 
135. Youth told to come up with a new business style
  Friday, February 09, 2007  by Admin
  Youths have been advised to do away with old style of doing business and concentrate on businesses that give them profit.
 

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