Tanzania Archive

Cairo to Cape Town road boosts cross-border economies, links Tanzania to rest of Africa

Dodoma, Tanzania, April 30, 2018 – Rehema Tukai grew up in Kondoa and works in Dodoma, Tanzania’s capital city. Until now, visiting her family in Kondoa involved a five-hour journey along a bumpy and dusty road. Thanks to a new road co-funded by the African Development Bank, it takes her a little over one hour

€59 million for achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Nepal, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia

The Netherlands WASH SDG Consortium €59 million for achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Nepal, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. The WASH SDG Consortium to contribute to sustainable improved water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) for all. Amsterdam, 28 June 2017 – The WASH SDG Consortium – WASH Alliance International (WAI ), Plan Netherlands

AfDB approves US $1-million humanitarian emergency grant to Tanzania to mitigate effects of earthquake in Kagera region

 Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, January 19, 2017 – People affected by the earthquake which hit the Kagera region, in northwestern Tanzania, in September last year will get some relief from a humanitarian emergency grant approved by the African Development Bank Group’s Board last week. The assistance will help to meet urgent needs of primary and secondary

foodpanda launches next generation mobile food delivery application

Berlin, July 1st: foodpanda/hellofood becomes a truly mobile company with its revolutionarily upgraded app in a brand-new overall design. The most global online food delivery marketplace released the new generation of its mobile app, offering easy access to the menus of more than 30,000 restaurants in more than 40 countries across four continents. The new

Young Global Leaders Announce Programme to Tackle Child Malnutrition in Myanmar

Young Global Leaders programme tackling child malnutrition will be rolled out in primary schools in Myanmar, followed by South-East Asia Table For Two encourages people in the developed world to eat healthily while paying for children’s school meals in developing economies Over 300 YGLs from across the world are in Myanmar with the World Economic Forum

Steel Minister Strengthens Ties in Steel & Mining with Tanzania

The Union Minister of Steel, Shri Beni Prasad Verma recently led a delegation to Tanzania to strengthen cooperation between the two nations in steel & mining. A Letter of Intent (LoI) was signed between Government of India and the Government of Tanzania on 6th April at Der es Salaam. The LoI was signed in the

KP Chair to attend World Diamond Council Annual Meeting in Tel Aviv

NEW YORK: APRIL 3, 2013 – Ambassador Welile Nhlapo, the Chair of the Kimberley Process, has confirmed that he will attend as a guest of honor the Ninth Annual Meeting of the World Diamond Council, which will take place in Tel Aviv, Israel, March 5 and 6, 2013. He will address the Plenary Session. Ambassador

Global Research Team Decodes Gene Sequence of Chickpea

Will lead to fast development of varieties with higher yield, drought tolerance and disease resistance In a scientific breakthrough that promises improved grain yields and quality, greater drought tolerance and disease resistance, and enhanced genetic diversity, a global research team has completed high-quality sequencing of not one but ninety genomes of chickpea (=gram / chana).