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1. MUHAS, NIMR Patner for Intergrated Malaria Researches.
  Friday, September 09, 2016  by Admin

NATIONAL Institute of Medical Research (NIMR) and Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) have partnered to undertake integrated rural and urban malaria control studies in the country. The new partnership comes amid studies showing steady fall of malaria in sub-Saharan Africa.

Deputy Minister for Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children Dr Hamis Kigwangala told the National Assembly here yesterday that the two institutions will resume the scientific work at the oldest established malaria monitoring station at Gonja in Same East-Kilimanjaro region.

2. Nation's first virtual telecom operator to promote ICT services
  Monday, June 08, 2015  by Admin
  Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) has licensed the nation’s first Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) with a focus on increasing access to affordable Information, Communication and Telecommunication (ICT) services in rural areas.
3. Dar - Bagamoyo speed ferry arrives
  Wednesday, November 19, 2014  by Admin
  The long-awaited speed ferry which will ply between Dar es Salaam and Bagamoyo has finally arrived in Dar es Salaam. Speaking after receiving the boat at the Dar es Salaam port on Monday, minister for Works, Dr John Magufuli said the boat had coast the government a whopping 7.
4. Project gives girls better chance of avoiding teenage pregnancies
  Monday, November 03, 2014  by Admin
  Through education and resources on menstrual hygiene management provided by a girls’ empowerment project known as ‘Hakuna Wasichoweza’ (literally, there is nothing they cannot do), 6,000 adolescent girls in Mtwara Region now have a better chance of avoiding teenage pregnancies, dropping out of school and contracting HIV.
5. 'Tanzania sure to benefit from UNEP's geothermal training, research centre'
  Monday, November 03, 2014  by Admin
  As a member of the African Rift Geothermal Development Facility (ARGeo), Tanzania is expected to benefit from the proposed geothermal training and research centre that is to be built in Nakuru, Kenya.
6. Seed production set to increase to 300,000 tonnes
  Monday, November 03, 2014  by Admin
  TANZANIA plans to produce a total of 300,000 metric tonnes of hybrid seeds by next year, even though the figure will account for just 50 per cent of the country’s current needs.
7. Moshi unveils major water project to ease shortages
  Thursday, October 30, 2014  by Admin
  THE Moshi Urban Water Supply and Sewerage Authority (MUWSA) has unveiled a major water project aimed at relieving residents of chronic water shortages that have been rocking the area for many years.
8. Tanzania talks with Total, BP on hydrocarbon exploration
  Monday, October 27, 2014  by Admin
  Tanzania has held talks with France's Total and Britain's BP over oil and gas exploration, its energy ministry said on Saturday, aiming to add to major companies active in its thriving energy sector.
9. Chinese help sought to improve infrastructure in southern circuit
  Wednesday, October 22, 2014  by Admin
  The government is calling on People’s Republic of China to invest in the Southern circuit tourist attractions particularly in improvement of air strips and roads there and already a positive response has been given by the world’s second largest economy.
10. NGO strives to enlighten youth on reproductive health
  Monday, October 13, 2014  by Admin
  A NON Governmental Organization (NGO) that works to address challenges arising from population growth (DSW) has opened 33 centres in the country for educating youth on issues related to reproductive health and fighting poverty.
11. 7,000 rural homes linked with solar power in northern, central Tanzania
  Monday, October 13, 2014  by Admin
  Installment payment via mobile foinacial services is allowing more rural communities to secure much needed alternative energy sources. It is reported that over7,000 farmers and livestock keepers in four regions including Arusha, Kilimanjaro, Singida and Manyara are benefiting from ongoing rural community solar power installation programmes.
12. Marking of all imported products to start soon, says standards body
  Tuesday, October 07, 2014  by Admin
  All imported goods are now to be stamp marked with a government certification logo that will verify their standards and safety. “The import standardisation mark (ISM) is ready and we have already trained staff to handle the implementation…we are ready to put it into practice,” announced the Acting Director General of Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS), Joseph Masikitiko.
13. Contractors' vocational training centre in offing
  Monday, October 06, 2014  by Admin
  The Association of Citizen Contractors Tanzania (ACCT) has announced its intention to establish a vocational training centre to enable its members improve their skill sets. Speaking yesterday in Dar es Salaam, ACCT Chairperson Milton Nyerere, said improving contractors capacity will mean improved construction projects.
14. Tanzania to have sufficient tourist hotels in 10 years
  Monday, October 06, 2014  by Admin
  Tanzania is expected to have sufficient tourists’ hotels come 2025, thanks to the conducive environment that is pushing private sector hotel investments in the country, the Tanzania Tourists Board (TTB) has said.
15. Fire, Rescue Unit to set up 30 new water hydrants in Dar city
  Tuesday, September 30, 2014  by Admin
  Tanzania Fire and Rescue Unit has announced plans to install at least 36 new fire hydrants in Dar es Salaam, Geita and Simiyu regions and that it is now searching for viable contractors to implement the project without disrupting regular flow of water.

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