Regional lInvestment Guides developed by ESRF with financial support from UNDP aim to market investment opportunities in the respective regions
On 2 September 2019, Ms. Christine Musisi officially assumed her position as United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Resident Representative to the United Republic of Tanzania.
In June 2018, UNDP fielded a mission to three villages where upscaling efforts are currently taking place – Kurio and Chinangali in Dodoma Region, and Ulyampiti in Singida Region – to see what progress has been made so far and challenges the people in the villages are facing.
The UNDP Tanzania Country Office today has officially inaugurated its 227kWp Hybrid Solar Power System, which is installed at the United Nations House in Dar es Salaam. The move is exemplary in demonstrating the promotion and adoption of the sustainable energy in Tanzania; and to reaffirm the UNDP’s role in spearheading the localisation of the UN’s Sustainable Energy For All (SE4ALL) initiative as well as the global Sustainable Development Goals (SGDs), specifically SDG 7 on Affordable and Clean Energy and SDG 13 on Climate Action
Port stakeholders agree to join forces to combat wildlife trafficking, following a three-day workshop organised by TRAFFIC, UNDP and UNODC
Women and youth are the most economic dependent people in Tanzania. Empowering this group is very important to advance their growth so that they gain economic independence.

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