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24Aug 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Beneficiaries waiting in line to collect their ration at a food-distribution taking place at the UNMISS-compound in Malakal, Upper Nile State, South Sudan (May 2014)Jacob Zocherman/IRIN

Only 16 percent of aid agencies have proper policies dealing with sexual assaults on staff, and...

24Aug 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

An indigenous peasant farmer holds native coffee grains he grows in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas. The sharing of benefits generated by genetic resources has become a controversial issue throughout Latin America.

In July 2015, the Mexican government granted a U.S. corporation permission for the use of...

24Aug 2016
Gerald Kitabu
The Guardian

Kidika Swai (right in red shirt) looking at a researcher Ismail Ngolinda when explaining about the importance of growing the WE 2109 which are grown in moderate drought conditions, tolerant to maize streak, and leaf rust at Kabuku farm trial in Handeni recently.

Even in the favourable business climate, Kidika Swai (59), currently upcoming large farmer could...

24Aug 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Chinese Ambassador to Tanzania Dr LU Youqing (Second Left) cuts a ribbon to launchSany 4s new sales and service centre over the weekend in Dar es Salaam.

During the first half year of 2016, under the influence of development of the macro-economic...

23Aug 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Good progress has been made in Tanzania to reduce the number of deaths of children under-5 – between 1990 and 2015.

GSK and Save the Children have launched their fourth annual USD1 million Healthcare Innovation...

23Aug 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Managing director of the Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB) who is also a member of the board of directors of the Tanzania Women Bank (TWB) Devotha Mdachi (2nd L) receives Achievement Award from Minister of Health, Gender, the Elderly and Children Ummy Mwalimu.

MINISTER for Health, Gender, the Elderly and Children, Ummy Mwalimu has appealed to Tanzania...

23Aug 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

The new law will benefit only a miniscule percentage of women employed in the organised sector while ignoring a large demographic toiling in the country's unorganised sector such as contractual labour, farmers, casual workers, self-employed women and housewives.

The passage of the landmark Maternity Benefits Act 1961 by the Indian Parliament, which mandates...

23Aug 2016
Rose Mwalongo
The Guardian

The first time I told my father about my dream to become a train driver he seemed a bit surprised but I went ahead to request him and ask for his blessings.

WE are inside a coach as we look at Mother Nature for a third day and a few minutes later me and...

22Aug 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Training and skills development is understood in broad terms, covering the full sequence of life stages.

Equipping the workforce with the skills required for the jobs of today and those of tomorrow is...

22Aug 2016
Daniel Semberya
The Guardian

Tanzanian Council of Policy Reform Advocates (PRAs) and their Ugandan counterparts in a group photo taken at the National Agricultural Research Centre’s banana GMO confined field trials, last week at Kawanda-Uganda.

Science, technology and innovation (STI) constitute key elements that drive the growth and...

22Aug 2016
Gerald Kitabu
The Guardian

Dr Stephen Nindi presents a paper on national land use planning in Dar es Salaam recently.

While the government plans to shift to Dodoma capital are underway, the Acting Director General...

21Aug 2016
Ali Nassor
Guardian On Sunday

Aboud Jumbe Mwinyi

THE local media has of late been awash with contradicting posthumus accounts of the...

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