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121. US grants 87.9m for community projects
  Thursday, August 31, 2006  by Admin
  The US Ambassador, Michael Retzer, signed about 15 grants with community organisations worth 87.9m from the Ambassador's Special Self-Help Fund (ASSHF). ASSHF responds to request for assistance from small community projects in the country. It has improved economic and living conditions at the village level such as sanitation, education access, economic development and agricultural innovation.
 
122. FCS bags USD 2.07m support for civil society
  Monday, August 28, 2006  by Admin
  The foundation for Civil Society ( FCS) has signed a USD 2.07m agreement with Swiss Agency for Development and Co-operation (SDC), which will go towards supporting implementation of the foundation's activities, mainly strengthening civil society organisations (CSOs).
 
123. Netherlands ups support to Tanzania
  Monday, August 21, 2006  by Admin
  The Netherlands' assistance to developing countries is within the framework of sustainable capacity building directed towards the reduction of poverty in developing countries, he explained. The Royal Netherlands government has set aside about 42.12bn as budgetary support to Tanzania.
 
124. Govt, donors sign 62bn MoU for legal sector development
  Tuesday, June 20, 2006  by Admin
  By Lydia Shekighenda:

The government through the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs will today sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the Legal Sector Reform Programme (LSRP) with development partners who have agreed to contribute more than 62bn/-.
 
125. World Bank lends Tanzania 313bn
  Tuesday, June 06, 2006  by Admin
  Tanzania and the World Bank (WB) signed yesterday two credit agreements in which the latter will provide a total of 313bn/- (USD 240 million). The first agreement is for the fourth phase of the Poverty Reduction Support Credit (PRSC-IV) and will provide 250bn/- (USD 200 million). The second agreement for 50bn/- (USD 40 million) will finance the Accountancy, Transparency and Integrity Project (ATIP).
 
126. USAID grants 27m/- for education project
  Thursday, June 01, 2006  by Admin
  By Guardian Reporter

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has granted 27m/- to support the education of 417 orphaned and vulnerable children in Dar es Salaam. The grant, would be channeled through the Comprehensive Community Based Rehabilitation in Tanzania (CCBRT).
 
127. France set to increase assistance to Tanzania
  Friday, May 26, 2006  by Admin
  France and Tanzania will sign an development assistance accord that will stretch over a period five years, in four key sectors - education, tourism, water and the production sector.
 
128. World Bank approves USD 200millon credit
  Thursday, May 11, 2006  by Admin
  The World Bank on Tuesday approved a $200 million credit to Tanzania to support the government’s strategy for economic growth and poverty reduction. This is the fourth World Bank credit extended to Tanzania to help keep its reform program on track.
 
129. EU Supports Tanzanias good governance initiative
  Wednesday, May 10, 2006  by Admin
  Good governance is a component embedded in most areas of co-operation at macro and sector levels so that proper management of public funds, financial accountability and dissemination of information is promoted.
 
130. Government lands 81bn budget support from European Union
  Saturday, May 06, 2006  by Admin
  The Government and the European Commission have agreed on a two year 81bn third poverty reduction budget support programme.
 
131. Project concept and project development preparation proposal
  Thursday, November 24, 2005  by Admin
  Pastoralism is one of the key production systems in the worlds drylands. Mobile pastoralists, consisting of nomads and transhumants, area large and significant minority in many countries around the world. In many cases, they and their land management system are poorly understood and subject to an unusually large number of myths. These unfounded myths have led to inadequate, often hostile, development policies and have
formed major barriers to sustainable land management.
 
132. World Bank Supports Marine And Coastal Environment Management Project in Tanzania
  Thursday, July 28, 2005  by Admin
  The World Bank has approved the Marine and Coastal Environmental Management project for the Tanzania. The overall project cost is US$61 million, including a US$51 million from IDA) and a US$10 million grant from the Global Environment Facility (GEF). The project will target all coastal districts on mainland Tanzania as well as Unguja and Pemba islands in Zanzibar and the 200,000 km2 Exclusive Economic Zone.
 
133. Japan injects USD 3.68m into security fund project
  Tuesday, July 19, 2005  by Admin
  Japan has extended 405.17 million Yen, equivalent to 3.68m US dollars , to Tanzania in support of the Human Security Fund Project being implemented in north western Tanzania.
 
134. EAC Power Masterplan Ready for Approval
  Thursday, June 30, 2005  by Admin
  Nairobi

The ambitious East African Power Masterplan study is ready and will soon be implemented. It has been endorsed by the East African permanent secretaries and will be tabled before the East African Community Council of Ministers next month. The project's roadmap suggests a fast-track implementation of the Arusha-Nairobi-Jinja 220 KV transmission lines.
 
135. Japan pours 5.5bn/- into rural water projects
  Tuesday, June 28, 2005  by Admin
  "Accessibility to clean and safe water is not only important from the sanitation and health point of view, but also acts as a catalyst for realisation of sound economic and social development." This was said by Japan`s ambassador to Tanzania, Katsuya Ikeda, at the signing of an agreement under which Japan would extend a 5.5bn/- grant for rural water projects in Lindi and Mtwara regions.
 

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