20,000 households set to participate in HIV/AIDS prevalence research project

A total of 20,000 households are set to participate in an HIV/AIDS prevalence research project dubbed THIS 2022-2023 which will involve 40,000 people in Tanzania mainland and Zanzibar. The resident Director of ICAP at Columbia University Haruka Maruyama made the remarks recently during training for journalists. The training was aimed at empowering journalists to analyze […]

Clerk Of Pan African Parliament (PAP) – October 24, 2022

Date: Sep 23, 2022 Location: South Africa, South Africa Organization: African Union AU Values     • Respect for Diversity and Team Work             • Think Africa Above all • Transparency and Accountability                    • Integrity and Impartiality • Efficiency and Professionalism            […]

African Writers Trust & British Council Informative Seminar

Registration deadline: Sunday, 16th October 2022 The world of publishing can be overwhelming and confusing for many writers. Knowing which publishing path to take can be an uphill task. For many writers who plan to self-publish, or to submit their manuscripts to mainstream publishing houses for consideration, it is not easy to choose which option […]

Africa Must Adopt Agroecology as Mitigation Response to Climate Change

ALLIANCE for Food Sovereignty in Africa (AFSA) in collaboration with the Consortium on Climate Change Ethiopia and Environment Protection Authority has organized a three-day continental conference to discuss and create a road map for embracing agroecology. The conference will be held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia as a workable and sustainable adaptation and mitigation response to […]

Information as life blood of tourism business in Zanzibar

The tourism is defined by the United Nations World Tourism Organization as travel that involves staying away from normal place of residence for at least one night but not for ever a year in a person’s own country or abroad, with the purpose other than a permanent paid activity at the destination. There are several […]

Tanzania’s President Samia vow to strengthen Tanzania-Mozambique ties

President Samia Suluhu Hassan and her Mozambique counterpart, President Filipe Jacinto Nyusi, today witnessed the signing of two Memorandums of Understanding(MoUs) aimed at further deepening bilateral relations between the two neighboring countries. The signing of the MoUs on peace and security was done in Mozambique’s capital, Maputo, during the first day of President Samia’s state […]

Legal Services Facility (LSF) Vacancies, September 2022

  VACANCY- Grants Officer The Legal Services Facility (LSF) a registered non-government Organization (NGO) with Registration No. 00NGO/R2/00011. It is a basket fund created to channel funding on equal opportunity basis to organizations which are providing legal aid and paralegal services in Tanzania mainland and Zanzibar. These services assist individuals to claim their rights, redress […]