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1. Tanzania launches bank for women
  Friday, August 7, 2009  
  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.
2. Internship Programme for Young Women 2007
  Thursday, October 12, 2006  
  EASSI is specifically seeking four young women aged 20-30 years from Burundi, Ethiopia, Rwanda and Uganda to join the 2007 Internship Programme.
3. Global Fund for Women - SubSaharan Africa
  Tuesday, August 15, 2006  
  The Global Fund for Women, an international network of women and men committed to a world of equality and social justice, advocates for and defends women's human rights by making grants to support women's groups around the world.
4. CBA Award for Programme on Development Issues
  Tuesday, August 15, 2006  
  Offered by the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association (CBA) and the World Bank, this award is for an outstanding radio or television feature that illustrates development issues - social or economic, or dealing with good governance or with technical or environmental initiatives, or the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Deadline: 15th October 2006.
5. College Funding
  Sunday, February 20, 2005  
  Student loan company offering student loans, Federal Student Loan consolidation, scholarship search engine, Stafford Loans and Federal PLUS Loan Applications.
6. Portfolio of Grants in Tanzania /Zanzibar.
  Saturday, May 15, 2004  
  Tanzania has a high prevalence of HIV/AIDS, and the rate of HIV infection is rising rapidly. The first cases of AIDS in Tanzania were reported in 1983. Four years later all regions of Tanzania reported cases.For more information visit the site above.
7. Support for a pan-African network on violence against women through the 16 days of activism against gender- based violence
  Friday, May 14, 2004  
  In November 2002, the African Women’s Development Fund in collaboration with Womankind (UK), jointly supported African women’s organizations working to eliminate violence against women through awareness raising activities run for the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence in November/December 2002.Open the link above.
8. Pathfinder Encourages Women Entrepreneurs to be Advocates for HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care and Support Throughout Tanzania
  Friday, May 14, 2004  
  A group of more than 200 women entrepreneurs from every corner of Tanzania gathered on June 26-27, 2003 for an annual workshop hosted by the First Lady of Tanzania, Mrs. Anna Mkapa. The theme of this year’s workshop, sponsored by the Equal Opportunities for All Trust Fund, was HIV/AIDS awareness. The 200 women attending the workshop are all beneficiaries of the Equal Opportunities for All Trust Fund. Most are rural women who receive training, micro-credit, small grants, and start up supplies from the Fund so that they can start their own small businesses and become financially independent. Visit the link above.

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