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24Jun 2016
Prosper Makene
The Guardian

Refugees in Nyarugusu Camp, Kasulu District in Kigoma Regions pay attention to the commemoration of their D-Day.

The Global trends report released earlier this week by the United Nations High Commissioner for...

24Jun 2016
The Guardian

Banning nuclear weapons, prohibiting the use of poison gases, or outlawing germ warfare will not remove the root causes of war.

Through the following quotations in this letter that I am sharing through your esteemed...

24Jun 2016
Muharram Macatta
The Guardian

Elderly persons in most parts of our country reside more in rural communities, particularly those who have retired from their place of work.

NATIONALLY, THE population is aging rapidly. Both the number and proportion of people aged 65...

24Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Over my first three years at the College of Business Education Dar es Salaam campus, I found...

23Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Forced child labour in Switzerland sounds impossible. Yet in April 2013, the Swiss Government...

23Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Judge Abdulqawi Yusuf, Founder of the Arusha Institute of International Law, and the Vice-President of the International Court of Justice (ICJ)

On 16 February 2015n, The United Nations and African Union inaugurated the African Institute of...

23Jun 2016
Mashaka Mgeta
The Guardian

TANESCO Project Manager (transmission and distribution) Engineer Emmanuel Manirabona (second right) briefs journalists on issues related to KIA substation in Kilimanjaro region.

JOHN Akyoo, a resident of Sing’isi village, Arumeru district in Arusha region had never thought...

22Jun 2016
Muharram Macatta
The Guardian

The challenge for policy is to combine growth-promoting policies with policies that allow the poor to participate fully in the opportunities unleashed and so contribute to that growth.

GROWTH can generate virtuous circles of prosperity and opportunity.

22Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Evelyn Amony. Credit: Erin Baines / UN Women

Evelyn Amony’s bravery not only helped her survive and escape captivity from the Lord’s...

22Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Kiodomwita, 60, saunters down a trickle of a trail to his wife Malinja’s boma on his way back from market day in Nambogo, where multiple tribes including the Barabaiga traditional halot, or enemy, the Maasai, meet to sell everything from livestock to maize and cloth.

LAST year, after fierce protests from human rights groups, the World Bank retreated from a...

22Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Palm oil production leads to deforestation and evictions. We must learn how to maintain productivity so plantations aren’t abandoned. Research can also show value of intact rainforests to local people.

The knowledge needed to avoid deforestation for plantations should be broader and linked to...

21Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Due to the overcrowding of pupils in class, there is a general tendency for teachers not to maintain eye contact with pupils.

In the past five years, there had been a number of complaints from community members in Tanzania...

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