To contribute to the INDC, UNDP through its Low Emission Capacity Building Programme, and in close collaboration with the Government of Tanzania, developed a National Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMA) to support and introduce bus rapid transit (BRT) systems in Tanzanian, including other 5 cities, in addition to the DART in Dar
The peacebuilding challenges facing the Great Lakes region are regional and require a comprehensive, concerted and coordinated approach across state boundaries.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and Panasonic Corporation, signed an Agreement in July 2017 to support “conservation and Poverty Reduction through using Solar Lanterns for communities around the Nature Forest Reserves in Tanzania.
UNDP Tanzania recently conducted a training for women entrepreneurs aimed at increasing...
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), in collaboration with the Columbia Centre for Sustainable Investment (CCSI) ...
This year, the commemoration of the World Environment Day (WED) which is the United Nation's...
He does not contribute anything at all. I built this house on my own so that my children have a place to call home and are not destitute. In fact, my children are grown now and and offer me some assistance.”

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53.47

Population

7%

Economic Growth

11.7%

Unemployment rate

64.94

Life expectancy

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