TANZANIA INSTALL TWO NEW SOLAR-POWERED WATER DESALINATION UNITS

06 Apr 2020 Nehemia Mihayo
In February 2020, REvivED, a water project funded by the EU, was in Tanzania to complete the installation of two of the latest models of small solar-powered desalination systems for rural areas. more details ...

WORLD BANK TO LEND TANZANIA USD 500 MILLION FOR SECONDARY EDUCATION IMPROVEMENT

06 Apr 2020 Nehemia Mihayo
IDA, the World Bank’s fund for the poorest countries, approved on 31st March 2020 a credit of USD 500 million to enable millions of young Tanzanians to access and complete secondary education in safer and better learning environments. more details ...

FREE MOVEMENTS OF GOODS AND SERVICES IN EAST AFRICA TO CONTINUE WITH STRICT SCREENING PROCEDURES UNDER COVID-19 OUTBREAK

06 Apr 2020 Nehemia Mihayo
The Ministers Responsible for Health and EAC Affairs of the six countries part of the East African Community met by video conference on 25th March 2020 to share existing knowledge and information on the COVID-19 outbreak, deliberate on the COVID-19 Pandemic, and map up containment strategies to stem out any further spread of the disease in the region and develop a clear plan to mitigate its impact. more details ...
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What color is not part of the Tanzanian Flag
a. Red
80%
b. Green
20%
c. Blue
0%
d. Black
0%
Total Votes: 5