• UNDP and Ministry of Natural Resources Sign an Agreement to Support Combating Wildlife Crime and Advancing Conservation Project Apr 16, 2015

    The United Nations Development Programme and Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism signed an agreement to provide support for Combating Wildlife Crime and Advancing Conservation in Tanzania. The project seeks to mobilize USD 51.9 million over a period of 5 year to implement the National Strategy to Combat Poaching and Illegal Wildlife Trade, officially launched in October 2014.

  • Despite progress, HDR provides a fresh perspective on economic transformation Mar 30, 2015

    Tanzania has received wide recognition for steering its economy in the right direction over the past decade however real progress on economic growth, while welcomed and necessary, has not been enough to transform human development,” according to the country’s latest national Human Development Report.

  • A Case of Evidence for Development Results: UNDP Tanzania Mar 18, 2015

    Early 2014 Tanzania was selected for an Assessment of Development Results (ADR) which is an independent evaluation of UNDP’s contribution to development results at the country level. The evaluation was carried out by UNDP’s Independent Evaluation Office (IEO) with the intention to specifically assessing how well UNDP is contributing to national and development results in Tanzania over the past two programme cycles (2007-2010 and 2011-2014); and also to provide evaluative evidence useful for the formulation of the next UNDP common country programme document (CCPD) within the context of the UNDAP.

  • DPG Visit Iringa, Impressed with region productivity potential Mar 12, 2015

    Development Partners Group (DPG) which includes main bilateral and multilateral Development Partners to Tanzania conducted a three day field visit in Iringa region on 25-27 February 2015, where they visited different projects in agriculture, agro processing, and energy with a side focus on delivery of social services (health and water) and environment/tourism

  • Women Change Lives Through Energy-saving Stoves in Moshi Municipal Council Feb 25, 2015

    Introduction of energy-saving stoves in the Moshi Municipal Council is making a difference in the lives of women in different households besides contributing to environmental conservation. Beneficiaries of a Sustainable Land Management (SLM) Project affirm that they are using less firewood in cooking, thereby turning challenges of environmental conservation into opportunities for development at a household level.

  • Promoting Credible Elections...Registrar of Political Parties Apr 28, 2014

    UNDP and the Office of the Registrar of Political Parties (RPP) signed a letter of agreement (LoA) to work toward strengthening democratic processes in the country. The LoA formalizes the relationship between UNDP and the RPP, and it further helps each institution’s endeavour to foster credible elections and promote an inclusive democracy

  • Reinforcing Credibility and Acceptance of Electoral Processes Apr 25, 2014

    12 April 2014, UNDP sponsored the participation of three senior staff from the two Tanzanian electoral management bodies, namely the National Electoral Commission and the Zanzibar Electoral Commission, in the international thematic workshop on promoting stakeholder engagement with the electoral process which took place in Amman, Jordan, from 07 – 12 April 2014.

  • One Year On … Supporting Municipal Leaders in Addressing HIV/AIDS Apr 22, 2014

    UNDP Tanzania has been instrumental in supporting local authorities to address the pandemic of HIV and AIDS. Through the Tanzania Commission for AIDS (TACAIDS), UNDP provides financial and technical assistance as part of its programme of support under the United Nations Development Assistance Plan (UNDAP).

  • Strengthen data quality in the Aid Management Platform Apr 17, 2014

    UNDP has been supporting the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania (GoT) with a number of capacity development initiatives for more than 10 years. Since 2008, this support includes strengthening the capacity to implement, maintain and roll-out an Aid Management Platform (AMP) within Government as well as among DPs.

  • The Government of the United Republic of Tanzania and the United Nations Development Programme work towards strengthened capacities in the Energy and Extractive Industries Sectors Apr 4, 2014

    Friday 4th April 2014: Today, the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania through the Ministry of Energy and Minerals and the United Nations Development Programme in Tanzania signed a project document entitled ‘Capacity Development in the Energy Sector and Extractive Industries’ (CADESE).

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