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Health Alert (September 13, 2019)

The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a statement regarding rumors surrounding the death of a person due to an unknown illness in Dar es Salaam.  WHO has also announced plans to deploy to Tanzania a technical team which will urgently investigate the case. The United States has long been committed to supporting Tanzanian health ...
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U.S. EMBASSY IMPARTS TRAINING SKILLS TO GRADUATES OF AE E-TEACHER PROGRAM FROM ACROSS TANZANIA

On August 21, 2019 at the Uhuru Hotel in Moshi, the U.S. Embassy awarded more than 30 English teachers from across Tanzania certificates of completion of the U.S. Embassy’s AE E-Teacher Program. Over the course of the past year, these teachers actively participated in 10-week, graduate-level, online methodology courses offered by prominent American universities. These ...
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U.S. EMBASSY AND MUHIMBILI UNIVERSITY (MUHAS) PILOT ENGLISH FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONALS COURSE

Dar es Salaam: The U.S. Embassy in Tanzania presented certificates of completion yesterday (August 15, 2019) to 25 undergraduate students at Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS), following the completion of a new U.S. government-sponsored English language course for health professionals. Since June, the students have participated in a blended course of both ...
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230th Anniversary of the Department of State

U.S. Embassy Dar es Salaam diplomats and Tanzania Center for Foreign Relations students commemorated the 230th anniversary of the U.S. Department of State.  American diplomats and students discussed the Department’s history, U.S. diplomatic efforts in Tanzania and four historic Secretaries of State who did visit Tanzania while in office and have provided inspiring examples of ...
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