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30 October 2017

Tanzania: Swedish Embassy contributes USD 37 million to UN for development activities

The Swedish Embassy in Tanzania, has signed an agreement with the United Nations in Tanzania whereby Sweden donates USD 36 million (approximately Sh80.4 billion) for development activities over the next four years. The...

30 October 2017

Tanzania: Swedish Embassy contributes USD 37 million to UN for development activities

The Swedish Embassy in Tanzania, has signed an agreement with the United Nations in Tanzania whereby Sweden donates USD 36 million (approximately Sh80.4 billion) for development activities over the next four years. The...

19 October 2017

72 Years Celebration of United Nations

According to a statement released at a press conference held at Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre (JNICC), Dar es Salaam, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation in collaboration with...

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The Kigoma Joint Programme is an area-based UN joint-programme that cuts across multiple sectors to improve development and human security in Kigoma.

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