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7 September 2017

Jacqueline Mahon, TCO Incoming Representative

Please Join us on welcoming Ms. Jacqueline Mahon, our new UNFPA Representative, United Republic of Tanzania. Jacqueline joins the Tanzania Country Office from UNFPA Headquarters in New York, where she has served as...

12 August 2017

Youths in Tanzania gathered in Dodoma for Peace

The United Nations Tanzania in collaboration with the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania and other stakeholders joined the international community in commemorating the International Youth Day on 12 August...

11 August 2017

“Youths are the leaven of development for a better life"

“Youths are the leaven of development for a better life, if we wish to have a peaceful world we have to involve young people, listen to them and work with them”. According to Fatina Kiluvia, Program Analyst - Adolescent...

10 August 2017

Youths with Innovations Ideas won prize of 6000$

The generation of young people aged 10-24 is the largest ever in history - 1.8 billion. Ninety percent of those young people live in developing countries like Tanzania. Forty four percent of people in Tanzania are below...

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The Amua Accelerator it was a six-month mentorship driven acceleration project supporting young entrepreneurs with seed funding, training and skills development.
Amua Accelerator Amua Accelerator is a six-month mentorship driven acceleration project supporting young entrepreneurs with seed funding, training and skills development.
The practice and prevalence of FGM has been highlighted as an area of concern in Tanzania by CEDAW, CESCR, CRC and the Universal Periodic Review.
Women with no education get married on average at age 17.7 years versus 23.1 years for women with secondary or higher education.

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