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121. Information Systems for rural communities
  Thursday, May 26, 2005  by Admin
  'Digital Divide’ describes the demarcation between the haves and have-nots with respect to access to information and communication technologies and its consequent role in ameliorating the general levels of the quality of lives of people. Much of the problem of the digital divide is related not only to availability and access to ICT, but also to the adaptability of these technologies by the society and people across the world.
 
122. Decentralisation improves service delivery- envoy
  Wednesday, April 20, 2005  by Admin
  Development partners have said decentralisation process in the country is a positive move towards enabling local government authorities to play their role according to the will of the people.

Speaking on behalf of the development partners at the Local Government Support Project (LGSP) in Dar es Salaam, the Embassy of Ireland Charge d’Affair, John McCullagh, said increasing availability of development funds at local level has reduced the need for area-based funding outside the national budget.

The World Bank has approved 60 billion for a three- and a half year project to boost education, health, water and roads among other areas.
 
123. Food aid NGO supports modern banana farm project
  Wednesday, April 06, 2005  by Admin
  The Tanzania-Japan Food Aid Counterpart Fund has offered a car and other equipment amounting to 26m/- to support banana farming in Kilombero district in Morogoro region.

The support was extended in Dar es Salaam mid last week through the Rufiji Basin Development Authority (RUBADA) board chairman Mbogo Futakamba.
 
124. Geita Gold Mine to inject 150m/- into education
  Tuesday, March 22, 2005  by Admin
  Geita Gold Mine has set aside 150m/- this year for community and national development projects, particularly education in Geita District.

Country Manager Hatibu Senkoro revealed the budget when presenting a 1m/- cheque to Tanzania Education Authority [TEA], as a contribution of his company to the Education Fund.

 
125. NGO launches HIV/Aids project in Dodoma region
  Monday, February 07, 2005  by Admin
  A non-governmental Organization (NGO) has launched a project aimed at fighting the spread of HIV/AIDS among youths in Mpwapwa and Dodoma rural districts.

The NGO, the Africa Alive, in partnership with Youth Challenge International of Canada, intends to formulate applicable programmes to reduce the number of youths at risk of HIV/AIDS infections.
 
126. Lindi to develop NEPAD-linked tourism project
  Thursday, February 03, 2005  by Admin
  After putting Lindi region under the NEPAD development initiative, the region has developed strategies which will turn it into one of the richest in Tanzania, the Financial Times has learnt. The government has already picked Kilwa Masoko in Lindi, and Mafia Island in the Coast region as potential sites for promoting eco-tourism under the NEPAD coastal tourism project.

 
127. TEA injects 815m/- loan to Muhimbili College
  Thursday, February 03, 2005  by Admin
  Tanzania Education Authority (TEA) on Monday issued 814.9m/- loan to Muhimbili University College of Health Sciences (MUCHS).

The loan payable for five years would be spent to construct two lecture theatre halls at the campus within Muhimbili National Hospital in Dar es Salaam.

 
128. Embassy hands over 50m/- worth projects
  Monday, January 17, 2005  by Admin
  The American Embassy in Tanzania has commissioned three projects worth over 50m/- in Masasi, Newala and Mtwara districts, in Mtwara Region under its ‘Self Help’ programme.

The First Secretary in the Embassy, Judy Buelow, handed over the projects on Friday, showing continuing United States support for the furtherance of education in Tanzania.
 
129. Business Women tackle obstacles with ICTs
  Monday, November 22, 2004  by Admin
  A project, Link-IT, is being launched to assist countries to meet the Millenium Development Goals by increasing participation of women in business. Some volunteers will assist in developing websites and conducting ICT trainings for women entrepreneurs.
 
130. 314m/- water project planned for Simanjiro
  Tuesday, September 21, 2004  by Admin
  The daily 24-kilometre walk in search of water is about to end for women at Lengasti Village in Simanjiro District, Arusha Region, according to the US Embassy.

The embassy said in a statement that the US government through its Humanitarian Assistance Programme was bringing hope to Lengasti villagers who spent 10 hours each day to draw water at Kambi ya Chokaa, 24 kilometres away on a hilly, rocky and forested area, leaving very little time for other daily chores.
 
131. Misitu Yetu Project: Pande Game Reserve (Kinondoni Municipality)
  Tuesday, July 27, 2004  by Admin
  Pande Game Reserve is an area of coastal forest to the north of Dar es Salaam. The forest has come under intense pressure as a source of fuel wood and other resources for the city. TFCG has been working with adjacent communities to empower them to work with the government to halt the destruction of the forest
 
132. PEMA: South Nguru Mountains
  Monday, July 26, 2004  by Admin
  TFCG are currently developing a programme (PEMA: Participatory Environmental Management Programme) in collaboration with CARE-Denmark and WWF-Denmark to promote participatory forest management in the South Nguru Mountains which are part of the Eastern Arc....
 
133. S. Udzungwa: Mufindi Forest Conservation Project
  Monday, July 26, 2004  by Admin
  Since 1995 TFCG has been providing support for forest conservation in the Southern Udzungwa Mountains in Mufindi District. The focus for support in Mufindi has been on participatory forest management for six forests covering 620 ha and working with six villages. The project has also been working with communities to increase household incomes through activities such as fish farms, improved fruit crops etc...
 
134. East Usambara Forest Conservation Project (Muheza District)
  Monday, July 26, 2004  by Admin
 
Since 1993 TFCG have been providing environmental education and support for tree planting in the lowland East Usambara Mountains of Muheza District. The project has assisted villagers to plant over one million trees as an alternative source of firewood for villagers and as a source of cash income. TFCG have also assisted three villages to establish village forest reserves to protect forest fragments on village land. These remaining forest fragments are critical to the long term sustainability of forest dependent species in the East Usambaras as they provide a corridor between the forests within government reserves otherwise isolated by agricultural land.
 
135. West usambara Forest Conservation Project
  Monday, July 26, 2004  by Admin
  Over the last decade the Tanzania Forest Conservation Group has been supporting forest conservation at various sites in the West Usambaras including Ambangulu and Sagara forests. The project has been promoting participatory forest management as well as lobbying for the halting of unsustainable commercial timber extraction.
 

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