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24May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Tanzania has a huge number of children under the age of five facing stunted growth caused by...

24May 2016
Daniel Semberya
The Guardian

MGen Insurance Tanzania Company, Managing Director Charles Sumbwe (R ), and the Company’s Chief Financial Officer Hope Kaiza, in an exclusive interview with the Guardian

Insurance is a driver for development and if more people are aware of insurance they will help...

23May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Prosperous economy, building human capital and the welfare of the community are main concerns of governments in most developing countries.

According to the annual African Economic Outlook report by the Organization for Economic...

23May 2016
Gerald Kitabu
The Guardian

Director of knowledge management (DKM) with Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH), Dr Jim Yonazi facilitates during science technology and innovation (STI) forum, that was organised by COSTECH in Dar es Salaam. PHOTO: GERALD KITABU

Scientists and ICT experts have called on the government and academic institutions in particular...

23May 2016
Daniel Semberya
The Guardian

country was losing up to 50 percent of agricultural produce during production and post-harvest.

Agriculture is the pillar for the prospective Tanzania industrial economy. The sector has...

23May 2016
Muharram Macatta
The Guardian

Greater governmental transparency will allow citizens to determine where their political leaders are going astray and exert well-targeted pressure to put them back on track.

ACCOUNTABILITY, transparency and good governance have emerged as crucial development aid...

22May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday

IT was fun to passengers who were on a bus travelling to Morogoro from Dar es Salaam when this...

22May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya.

If the Kenyan government is bluffing over its announcement that it will close Dadaab refugee...

22May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday

A solar-powered mower on display with its inventors, Kenyan university engineering students Emma Masibo (left) and Lucy Bwire, with their lecturer Peter Wamalwa. The mower was exhibited during the 5th National Science Week that opened on May 16, 2016 in Nairobi. Young people are using innovation to protect the environment and make life easier.

Emma Masibo and Lucy Bwire have many things in common.They are both third-year mechanical...

22May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday

Mulunesh Ena is part of an existing project supported by ICIPE, working with five other women in her community near Arba Minch to raise silkworms. She then sells the cocoons to a large cooperative in Arba Minch where she earns 70-100 Ethiopian birr per KG (approximately $3-5 US). On the racks in front of her, silkworms are eating castor leaves.

Addis Ababa. Beekeeping and silkworm farming have long been critical cogs of Ethiopian life,...

22May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

IT was fun to passengers who were on a bus travelling to Morogoro from Dar es Salaam when this...

21May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Representatives of Nyamwage village conflict resolution committee pose for a photograph

Recent years have seen many people having access to land both in urban as well as in rural areas...

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