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U.S. Embassy graduates English Language Program in Tanga and Unguja

During the graduation ceremony, Regional English Language Officer, George M. Chinnery commended the Access Program students for their dedication

On February 15 and 16, 2020, the U.S. Embassy in Tanzania awarded graduation certificates to the 47 students of the U.S. Embassy’s English ‘Access’ Microscholarship Program in Tanga (13 female and 12 male) and Unguja – Zanzibar (12 female and 10 male). These students successfully completed their two-year biweekly after-school…

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U.S. government celebrates training completion for the African Peacekeeping Rapid Reaction Program with equipment handover to Tanzanian People’s Defense Force (TPDF)

Dr. Inmi Patterson presided over the handover of $18 million-worth of equipment

The Chargé d’Affaires of the U.S. Embassy in Tanzania Dr. Inmi Patterson presided over the handover of $18 million-worth of equipment and training to the Tanzanian People’s Defense Force (TPDF) as part of the African Peacekeeping Rapid Reaction Program (APRRP). APRRP is a partnership between the United States and six…

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U.S. Government handover 16 Motorcycles to President’s Office – Regional Administrator and Local Government (PORALG) for improved Community HIV Services

The motorcycles will be used to monitor the provision of social welfare services to vulnerable children and families

On January 23, 2020, the United States Government, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), donated 16 Yamaha motorcycles and 800 filing cabinets to the Government of Tanzania. The motorcycles will be used to monitor the provision of social welfare services to vulnerable children and families. Community caseworkers are…

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Statement on Tanzanian Local Elections

The United States is deeply concerned by reports of irregularities in Tanzania’s November 24 local elections.  Election officials overwhelmingly excluded opposition candidates during the election process.  This troubling development calls into question the credibility of the election process and results.  The Government of Tanzania’s refusal to provide observation accreditation in…

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Chargé d’Affaires Inmi Patterson Travels to Mbeya

A key region for U.S. Government partnership with Tanzania, Mbeya hosts a wide range of American private-sector investment, as well as U.S. Government training and development assistance

From October 17 to 19, the Chargé d’Affaires of the U.S. Embassy in Dar es Salaam Dr. Inmi Patterson traveled to Mbeya, Tanzania to visit, and raise awareness of, U.S. efforts to empower local Tanzanians to develop healthy and educated communities, promote local and regional economies, and to support natural…