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U.S. Embassy Inaugurates English Language Program in Mbeya – Tanzania

On April 12, 2019, 25 students participated in an inaugural ceremony of the U.S. Embassy’s English ‘Access’ Microscholarship Program at Sangu Secondary School in Mbeya. Over the next two years, the students (12 male and 13 female) will complete bi-weekly after-school English classes conducted by Tanzania English Language Teachers’ Association (TELTA – Mbeya). The U.S. ...
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U.S. Government Supports Training On Climate-Smart Agriculture

Morogoro. Key decision-makers and stakeholders from selected regions and districts in Tanzania are convening in Morogoro, March 25–29, for a U.S. Government-funded training on how to plan for and support smallholder farmers to cope with climate change and implement climate-smart agriculture. A similar training will be conducted in Unguja, Zanzibar, April 1–5. The training program, ...
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U.S. Collaborates with Tanzania and Civil Society to Strengthen Community Health Service Delivery

Dar es Salaam: On February 22, 2019, the United States Government partnered with the Tanzanian Government and 12 civil society organizations to strengthen the delivery of health services in the regions of Iringa, Njombe, Morogoro, Lindi and Mtwara.  The United States Government’s donation of 2,160 bicycles will increase community health volunteers’ ability to provide services ...
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U.S. Embassy Inaugurates English Language Program in Pemba

PEMBA, TANZANIA. On February 6, 2019, 25 students participated in an inaugural ceremony of the U.S. Embassy’s English ‘Access’ Microscholarship Program at the American Corner in Pemba. Over the next two years, the students (12 male and 13 female) will complete bi-weekly after-school English classes conducted by ZAUSSA, the Zanzibar Association of U.S. State Alumni. ...
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