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EAC launches `The State of East Africa Report 2012′

EAC launches `The State of East Africa Report 2012′

The Secretary General of the East African Community Amb. Dr. Richard Sezibera today launched The State of East Africa Report 2012 themed” Deepening Integration, Intensifying Challenges” at the Hilton Hotel in Nairobi, Kenya.

Chargé d’Affaires Honors Tanzanian Woman of Courage

Chargé d’Affaires Honors Tanzanian Woman of Courage

During a ceremony held at the U.S. Embassy in Dar es Salaam on March 29, Chargé d’Affaires Robert K. Scott bestowed the 2012 Tanzanian Woman of Courage award on Joaquine De-Mello for her efforts to promote equality, opportunity, and justice for Tanzanian women and girls.

Student loans a headache, says Tanzania prime minister

Student loans a headache, says Tanzania prime minister

The Tanzanian government has called upon education experts in the country to recommend better ways of financing students of higher learning institutions, saying the current system connot be sustained.

Tanzanian officials attend Korea’s local management course

Tanzanian officials attend Korea’s local management course

A total of 66 Tanzanian officials have participated in local administration management courses offered by the Korea International Cooperation Agency (Koica)-Korean Local Government Officials Development Institute (Logodi) since 2007.

African Science to benefit from 3.4 milllion pounds

African Science to benefit from 3.4 milllion pounds

African scientists will benefit from an extra 3.4 million pounds, following a grant by the Leverhulme Trust to the Royal Society, to continue its capacity building scheme for Ghana and Tanzania.

In Tanzania, experts root for human resource development

In Tanzania, experts root for human resource development

Creating a pool of skilled people has been singled out as a requisite for Tanzania and other African countries to attain sustainable social, political and economic development.

Twice `extinct` trees rediscovered in coastal Tanzania

Twice `extinct` trees rediscovered in coastal Tanzania

Scientists have confirmed the rediscovery of two species of trees feared to have been extinct twice, according to a report published in the Journal of East African Natural History.

Tanzania Government saves USD3.5bn through gas-fired energy

Tanzania Government saves USD3.5bn through gas-fired energy

The government of Tanzania saved USD3.5bn between 2004 and December last year by using natural gas instead of liquid fuel to generate electricity for the national grid.

East African Community to establish forensic referral center

East African Community to establish forensic referral center

The Police Chiefs of the East African Community (EAC) Partner States have overwhelmingly supported an EAC initiative to set up a Regional Referral Forensic Centre (RRFC) to tame crime.

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