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46. Tanzania launches bank for women
  Friday, August 07, 2009  by Admin
  Tanzania has launched a bank aimed specifically at women in what officials say will be an empowering move.

The bank says women need only an ID card or passport to open an account, unlike other banks which require title deeds or other proofs of wealth.

And applicants need only 3,000 Tanzanian shillings ($2) in savings - much less than other banks.
 
47. Mkakati wa CRDB kuwakomboa wajasiriamali
  Friday, July 24, 2009  by Admin
  WATU wenye kipato kidogo na cha kati ni wadau muhimu katika mapambano dhidi ya umasikini. Pamoja na umuhimu wao, wamekuwa wakikumbana na vikwazo vingi kutoka taasisi za fedha.
 
48. Ziwa Viktoria rasilimali muhimu ya maendeleo kiuchumi
  Friday, July 24, 2009  by Admin
  NCHI mbalimbali Duniani, zimekuwa zikifanya jitihada kubwa ili kuhakikisha kuwa, huduma ya maji safi na salama inawafikia wananchi katika maeneo mbalimbali kwa kuboresha miundombinu iliyopo na kuchimba visima ili kuchochea maendeleo.
 
49. Govt to carry out research on forests resources
  Friday, July 24, 2009  by Admin
  The government is in process to conducting a forest evaluation and assessment exercise to identify and collect statistical data on available forest resources.
 
50. CRDB Bank lines up 300m/- for community projects
  Wednesday, March 26, 2008  by Admin
  CRDB Bank Limited vows will continue to support government efforts to improve education in the country as part of its corporate investment strategy; it`s managing director Dr Charles Kimei said in Arusha recently.
 
51. President Bush Signs Nearly $700 Million MCC Compact
  Tuesday, February 19, 2008  by Admin
  The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Compact with Tanzania will provide nearly $700 million in five years to improve the country's transportation network, secure reliable supplies of energy and expand access to clean and safe water, President Bush says. The compact with Tanzania is the largest such economic agreement awarded to date. "My hope is that such an initiative will be part of an effort to transform parts of this country,".
 
52. SIDO, Tanesco project targets rural wealth creation sectors
  Monday, January 28, 2008  by Admin
  The Small Industries Development Organisation (SIDO), in collaboration with the Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (Tanesco), has initiated a project to alleviate poverty in rural areas. The project called Tanzania Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Project to Sustain Poverty Alleviation (TREESPA) targets on developing rural wealth creating sectors by identifying and specifying their top priority energy services.
 
53. The Netherlands ready to support energy sector
  Thursday, January 24, 2008  by Admin
  The Dutch government has reiterated its support for energy development and production to enhance socio-economic and sustainable development in Tanzania. The energy sector covers the non-commercial primary energy sources, mainly wood-fuels while commercial energy include petroleum, natural gas, hydroelectricity, coal and geothermal energy sources.
 
54. 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.
 
55. 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.

 
56. Take Looters to Court or Forget Aid, Donors Tell Dar
  Monday, January 14, 2008  by Admin
  Tanzania government is under pressure to turn the screw on firms and individuals that defrauded the central bank through receipt of dubious payments. Already the government has shown bank of Tanzania Governor Daudi Balali the door, but donors are now demanding legal action against those implicated, and threatening to freeze aid.
 
57. $13 Million Agro-Scheme Targets Three Countries
  Monday, December 17, 2007  by Admin
  A network of more than 3,200 rural agro-dealers will be established in Kenya, Tanzania and Malawi to help small-scale farmers rid themselves of poverty and hunger. In Tanzania, it will be implemented under the Tanzania Agro-dealer Strengthening Programme (TASP) to reduce the time and distance farmers travel to fetch farm inputs.
 
58. 11bn set aside to boost governance
  Tuesday, December 11, 2007  by Admin
  The Millennium Challenge Corporation Account Threshold has set aside more than 11 billion/- for a two-year programme to curb corruption and strengthen the rule of law and good governance in Tanzania. The US Ambassador to Tanzania, Mark Green, broke the news in Dar es Salaam when talking to reporters at the launch of the multi-media campaign aimed at increasing public awareness on the new law on corruption.
 
59. ILO donates USD 250,000 to Isles women Co-operatives
  Thursday, November 15, 2007  by Admin
  The International Labour Organization (ILO) has donated USD 250,000 as loans to women cooperative groups for Unguja and Pemba. The funds have been released through Akiba Bank in implementation of the project that facilitates promotion of women welfare and reduction of child labour.
 
60. Plan International, Rita sign birth registration contract worth 52m Tshs
  Monday, November 12, 2007  by Admin
  Plan International and the Registration, Insolvency and Trustees Agency (RITA) have signed a memorandum of understanding on a pilot project on birth registration in Kibaha District, Coast Region worth 52m/-. Rita CEO, Dickson Maimu said that a total of 39.9m/- had been paid to his agency, adding that 12m/- would be used by Plan Tanzania for the implementation of the same. The funds would be directed towards staff training and baseline survey.
 

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