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Dar Es Salaam, 21 January 2022. UNFPA the UN Sexual and Reproductive Health Agency is pleased to introduce Mr. Mark Bryan Schreiner, the new UNFPA Representative to the United Republic of Tanzania whom submitted his credentials to the Hon. Liberata Mula Mula, Minister for Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation, on 21January 2022.

Mr Schreiner succeeds Ms. Jaqueline Mahon who served as UNFPA Representative for the United Republic of Tanzania for the past 4 years. Mr Schreiner joins the One UN Tanzania family from Rwanda, where he served as the UNFPA Representative from 2017 - 2021. For the past two decades, Mark has served the United Nations as a distinguished leader and advocate for women and young people's health and development.

“I feel privileged to serve UNFPA in the beautiful United Republic of Tanzania. Through strong alliances and partnership with government, development partners and UN agencies, we will continue to make a difference in the lives of people, especially those most in need. Together we ensure that the sexual and reproductive health & rights of women and young people remain at the very heart of development.” Mark Bryan Schreiner, Representative, UNFPA Tanzania.

Mr Schreiner has also served UNFPA assignments in the South Pacific based in Fiji Islands, Pakistan, Eritrea, South Africa, Nigeria and the Africa Division of UNFPA Headquarters in New York. He is married and a national of Canada.

Please join us in warmly welcoming Mr Mark Bryan Schreiner to the United Republic of Tanzania in delivering a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every child birth is safe and every young person’s potential is fulfilled.

Media Contacts:

Warren Bright,

Communications Analyst,

UNFPA Tanzania,


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