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106. $200 Million Project for Kagera
  Friday, May 25, 2007  by Admin
  NILE BASIN Initiative, a non governmental organisation is scheduled to construct a hydro electric power on River Kagera to supply Tanzania, Burundi and Rwanda. The power project would generate between 60-80 megawatts and work would begin in 2009 and is expected to end in 2011.

107. Malagarasi Bridge to cost USD25 million
  Friday, May 18, 2007  by Admin
  Construction of Malagarasi Bridge in Kigoma Region is expected to start any time now at a cost of over USD25m.
108. Kinondoni mayor implores residents to support community projects
  Tuesday, May 15, 2007  by Admin
  Kinondoni Municipal Mayor Salum Londa has said that his council does not have enough resources and capacity that can facilitate provision of social services and empower its people to fight against abject poverty. He said poor participation in development projects was one of the problems facing the municipality.
109. NBC commits USD100,000 to SMEs training
  Monday, May 14, 2007  by Admin
  National Bank of Commerce (NBC) have committed to the National Empowerment USD100,000 to facilitate the training of Tanzanian entrepreneurs throughout the country with the collaboration of the Ministry of Panning, Economy and Empowerment.

110. Switzerland extends 20bn in budget support to Tanzania
  Friday, May 11, 2007  by Admin
  Tanzania has signed a bi-lateral agreement in General Budget Support with the Federal Government of Switzerland worth 19 million Swiss Francs, equivalent to 20bn for the period 2007 to 2010. The Minister of Finance, Zakia Meghji, said the money would be used to implement the governments National Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty as part of the government of Tanzania?s effort to reach the Millennium Development Goals.
111. UK announces 650bn/- education boost
  Friday, May 04, 2007  by Admin
  The UK government has announced it will provide 650bn for financing education in Tanzania over the next 10 years. A statement issued by the UK's Department for International Development said the funds will be provided through general budget support and will depend on continued good performance by the government of Tanzania in implementing its poverty reduction strategy, including in the education sector.
112. Dar Lauds World Bank for Support
  Wednesday, May 02, 2007  by Admin
  Dar es Salaam has lauded the World Bank's approval of $232 million of credit to the country to support the government's strategy for economic growth and poverty reduction popularly known as MKUKUTA. The World Bank Country Director for Tanzania and Uganda Ms Judy O'Connor said Tanzania was vulnerable to external shocks such as droughts, changes in commodity prices, or fluctuation in aid flows and that the credit encourages the diversification of the economy and institutional reforms that will reduce this vulnerability.
113. World Bank funds stall water supply projects
  Thursday, April 19, 2007  by Admin
  The implementation of water projects in districts countrywide has been stalled by a delay in disbursing funds from the World Bank. The Minister for Water, Dr Shukuru Kawambwa, made the statement when responding to an additional question by Ephraim Madeje (CCM - Dodoma), who wanted to know when the government would implement water projects in villages that were experiencing severe scarcity including Ngh'ongh'ona Village in his constituency.
114. Harmonising Donor Practices for Effective Aid Delivery
  Friday, April 13, 2007  by Admin
  The management of different donor procedures bears a high cost for developing countries
especially the poorest and most aid-dependent. For example, meeting multiple donor requirements employs; sometimes impairing ownership over partners’ own development plans and weakening capacity for effective public management. The Development Assistance Committee (DAC) of the OECD set up a special task force to look at how aid can be delivered more effectively through simplifying and harmonising donor procedures.
115. Tanzania commits USD 952m to national water programme
  Tuesday, April 10, 2007  by Admin
  Tanzania has unveiled an ambitious programme to develop water resources and improve rural water supply and sanitation. The Minister for Water said the money — invested over a period of five years from 2006-2010 — will be provided by the government and the country's development partners.
116. OUT gets Swedish support
  Tuesday, April 10, 2007  by Admin
  The Open University of Tanzania (OUT) has received 21 million Swedish Kronor from Sweden for financing ICT infrastructure at the institution. According to the OUT Vice Chancellor Prof. Tolly Mbwette, the donation will increase ICT application for academic, managerial, and administrative purposes.
117. EuroAfrica in another show of social responsibility
  Thursday, March 22, 2007  by Admin
  EuroAfrica Bank has donated 31m/- to the Dar based Mugabe Secondary School in what seems as a response to the President's call to private sector's increased contribution to the country's educational development. Speaking during the cheque-leaf handing-over ceremony, the Executive Director of the Tanzania Investment Centre Emanuel Ole-Naiko said that the cash donation would improve teaching- help at the school.
118. Germany, Tanzania in cooperation pact
  Tuesday, March 20, 2007  by Admin
  Tanzania and Germany yesterday signed bilateral development co-operation agreements for the latter to grant the country some 63.4m Euros, equivalent to 104,7bn. The development support will cover the key sectors of water, health and local governance in two major segments, namely technical cooperation and finance. A press statement released says the assistance is extended between the years 2006 and 2008.
119. TASAF sets aside 148m for development projects
  Thursday, March 08, 2007  by Admin
  About 148.2m will be spent by TASAF in support of six development projects in several villages in Mwanga District, Kilimanjaro Region during the current fiscal year. The Fund's District Coordinator Salim Mshana said the projects would include construction of classrooms for Kisangara Secondary School, Kifaru and M`bambua secondary schools. A modern market at Lomwe village of Usangi ward would also be built and a house for a nurse at Kikweni village dispensary.
120. Government set for 428bn rural water project
  Monday, March 05, 2007  by Admin
  The government with the assistance of the World Bank, Africa Development Bank, European Union, the Netherlands, Germany and other international donors, will spend 428.8bn to implement an ambitious five year rural water project. The government targets to improve deep and shallow well drilling using advanced yet simple technology.

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