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136. 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.
137. 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.
138. 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.
139. 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.
140. 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.
141. 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.
142. 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.
143. EAC Power Masterplan Ready for Approval
  Thursday, June 30, 2005  by Admin

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.
144. 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.
145. 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.
146. 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.
147. 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.
148. 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.

149. 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.
150. 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.


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