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03Jun 2016
Getrude Mbago
The Guardian

Female farmers play an important role in agricultural productivity, despite the challenges they have been facing compared to their male counterparts.

AGRICULTURE is one of the leading economic sectors of Tanzania contributing to around 21 percent...

02Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

You can’t expect to be making lifelong friends in the 12 seconds before class starts.

One of the best things about moving to your new four or three year home which is college is...

02Jun 2016
Prosper Makene
The Guardian

Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Office responsible for People with disabilities, Dr Abdallah Possi (Left) speaks to reporters after launching the ARISE programme in Morogoro last week.

IN Tanzania, just like in other countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, child labour is a growing...

01Jun 2016
Daniel Semberya
The Guardian

Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture Livestock and Fisheries, Dr Florens Turuka (First right, cuts a ribbon to launch the Global Report on the Status of the Commercialisation of Biotech Crops from 1996 to 2015.

The global hectarage of biotech crops has increased 100-fold from 1.7 million hectares in 1996...

01Jun 2016
Muharram Macatta
The Guardian

Vocational schools in each district will provide the necessary skilled workers for industries located in each region or district.

The foreseeable success and growth of the economy of the United Republic of Tanzania will be the...

01Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

We oft hear the commonly repeated refrain that there should be policies in place to improve the plight of women on the continent.

There has been much talk on what measures need to be taken to advance the cause of women in...

31May 2016
Gerald Kitabu
The Guardian

TNRF Programme officer, Masalu Luhula conducts one of the TNRF’ trainings.

ACTS of village leaders selling parts of the village lands, colluding with investors and...

31May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

With exception of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, none of the leaders of the Group 7 of the richest countries nor of the five permanent members of the UN Security Council attended the World Humanitarian Summit (WHS) held in Istanbul on May 23-24.

The World Humanitarian Summit (WHS) held in Istanbul on May 23-24, managed to send a strong wake...

31May 2016
Angel Navuri
The Guardian

The most significant social and economic opportunities for the youth still lie in the nexus between rural and urban dynamics. Value-addition and manufacturing job opportunities for youth are more likely to be in ‘rural industrialization’ policies and investments that improve capacity of youth to produce and supply both urban and rural markets with value-added and better quality products and services.

In order to sustain momentum and to take stock of progress achieved, the New Partnership for...

31May 2016
Muharram Macatta
The Guardian

Vocational schools in each district will provide the necessary skilled workers for industries located in each region or district.

The foreseeable success and growth of the economy of the United Republic of Tanzania will be the...

30May 2016
Gerald Kitabu
The Guardian

TNRF Programme officer, Masalu Luhula conducts one of the TNRF’ trainings.

ACTS of village leaders selling parts of the village lands, colluding with investors and...

29May 2016
Emmanuel Ntabaye
Guardian On Sunday

Traffic jam in Dar es Salaam

HUMANS have been craving for advances in science and technology for one simple reason – to make...

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