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Tanzania and U.S. Celebrate Distribution of 2.5 Million Secondary School Textbooks Throughout Tanzania

DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA.  President of the United Republic of Tanzania Jakaya Kikwete and U.S. Ambassador Mark B. Childress celebrated yesterday the delivery of 2.5 million secondary school textbooks to the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (MOEVT). The textbooks were requested by President Kikwete during President Barack Obama’s June 2013 visit to Tanzania, and ...
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Transcript of Ambassador Childress’ Remarks at Donation of Science Textbooks

Ingawa naendelea kujifunza lugha ya Kiswahili, ningependa kusema kwamba… Ili kujifunza, lazima msome.  Na vitabu kama hivi ni ufunguo wa maendeleo ya siku zijazo – elimu ya sayansi na teknolojia ni msingi wa ustawi wa kiuchumi.  Uwekezaji wetu kwa watoto Watanzania ni muhimu zaidi kuliko wowote, kwa sababu wao wanabeba mustakabali wa Tanzania.  (Translation:  Although ...
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US Mission team up with Center Stage, Alliance Française to empower local performing artists

On February 17, 2015 a team of three visiting American art administrators from US State Department sponsored Centre Stage Cultural Exchange Program facilitated a workshop on marketing and branding for Tanzanian performing artists, producers and art administrators at the Alliance Francaise in Dar es Salaam.  The one day workshop was organized by US Mission Dar ...
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Launch of the Great Lakes to Great Lakes Initiative

The United States Special Envoy for the African Great Lakes and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) Russell Feingold, in collaboration with the Lake Tanganyika Authority (LTA), launched a unique initiative this week to bring together experts from the North American Great Lakes with counterparts from the African Great Lakes to address sustainable management ...
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American and German Governments Partner with Tanzanian Government and Frankfurt Zoological Society to Save Elephants in the Selous

SELOUS GAME RESERVE, TANZANIA.  To combat the very serious threat of poaching in the Selous Game Reserve, the governments of the United States and Germany transferred on Wednesday a significant amount of field equipment for use by Tanzanian game wardens patrolling the reserve.  The equipment included small and large tents, torches, maps, binoculars, cameras, uniforms, ...
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