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P&O Maritime Logistics and IO Materials Services (IOMS) bring revolutionary cargo system to Africa with launch of ‘FlexDELIVERY™’ in Nigeria

The service is a cornerstone to drive out structural oversupply in the Energy industry as it shifts the focus to the cargo instead of the assets that deliver it

FlexDELIVERY™ launches for first time in Africa, bringing a disruptive technology-led innovation that focuses on its customer’s needs, being cargo delivery, by Reducing Delivery times Enhancing Visibility and Driving supply chain predictability The service is a cornerstone to drive out structural oversupply in the Energy industry as it shifts the…

Embassy of the United Republic of Tanzania Tel Aviv, Israel
Source: Embassy of the United Republic of Tanzania Tel Aviv, Israel |

Tabora - Kigoma SGR Project in Pipeline

Works and Transport Deputy-Minister, Mwita Waitara told legislators that the consultant firm is expected to complete the task this month

The Government has hired an engineering consultancy firm-COWI Tanzania, to conduct an architect design and feasibility study for construction of the 411 kilometres section of the Standard Gauge Railway from Tabora to Kigoma Regions. Works and Transport Deputy-Minister, Mwita Waitara told legislators that the consultant firm is expected to complete the…

Source: United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) |

Era of Leaded Petrol Over, Eliminating a Major Threat to Human and Planetary Health

This development follows an almost two decades long campaign by the UNEP-led global Partnership for Clean Fuels and Vehicles (PCFV)

Official end of use of leaded petrol will prevent more than 1.2 million premature deaths and save USD 2.45 trillion a year; the end of leaded petrol follows a 19-year campaign led by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and partners; UNEP urges countries to work towards zero emissions vehicles to…

Source: Embassy of the United Republic of Tanzania Tel Aviv, Israel |

Dar Ports Bring More Fortune

Statistics indicate that the cargo handled at the country's ports increased from 7,83 million tonnes between February and July last year to 8,87 million tonnes in corresponding period this year

Tanzania's ports have attracted more revenues in the past six months, garnering 531,1bn/- between February and July, this year up from 525,4bn/- earned during corresponding period last year. The increased revenues came in the wake of improved infrastructures and performance which enhanced cargo handling capacity. Statistics indicate that the cargo…

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Digitization of Africa's Transport Sector as Businesses Experience Post-COVID Recovery

Truck and bus drivers in Nigeria are using Cellulant's technology - Tingg Proximity Pay (In store payments) - in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19

Digitizing the transport sector has become inevitable. As the different countries adopted different measures to curb the spread of COVID-19, one of the first sectors to be hit hard was the transport sector as the movement of goods and people came to a standstill.  We are seeing the tide turning…

Source: FAO Regional Office for Africa |

The Southwest Indian Ocean Fisheries Commission Completes its Eleventh Session

Since the establishment of the SWIOFC in 2005, this is the first time that, the member states hold their regular session virtually

The Southwest Indian Ocean Fisheries Commission (SWIOFC) held its 11th session. Eleven out of its ten member counties attended the session, namely, Comoros, France, Kenya, Madagascar, Maldives, Mauritius, Mozambique, Seychelles, Somalia, the United Republic of Tanzania and Yemen. Since the establishment of the SWIOFC in 2005, this is the first time…

Source: Amnesty International |

Sahel: Amnesty Identifies Serbian Weapons in Stockpiles of Brutal Armed Groups

Amnesty International’s arms experts have identified Serbian-manufactured weapons in videos posted by armed groups operating in the Sahel, including an Islamic State affiliate which has claimed responsibility for hundreds of civilian deaths. The new rifles, some the latest available models, match trade records of Serbia’s sales to Burkina Faso, suggesting the…

Source: International Organization for Migration (IOM) |

Another Boat Tragedy off North Africa’s Atlantic Coast Stark Reminder of Perilous Sea Journeys

Africa’s Atlantic coast highlight the urgent need for more support to prevent further tragedies at sea

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) and UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, say the deaths of 47 people who were onboard a boat heading to the Canary Islands from North Africa’s Atlantic coast highlight the urgent need for more support to prevent further tragedies at sea. The boat left on…

Source: U.S. Embassy - Cairo, Egypt |

United States Delivers 20 Brand New Buses to North Sinai Governorate

The buses will support more than 6,400 students across the governorate and ensure that youth, specifically girls, are able to continue their secondary education

Today, the United States, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), delivered 20 new, locally-manufactured buses to the North Sinai Governorate.  These buses, worth $1.8 million, equivalent to EGP 28.4 million, will ensure that communities in Central Sinai have access to workplaces, commerce, education, and government services. USAID Acting…

Source: Delegation of the European Union to South Sudan |

Ambassador Bader Winds up Kwacjok, Wau Inspection Visit

Ambassador Bader and his delegation witnessed the completion of very important EU-financed road infrastructures

The European Union (EU) Ambassador to South Sudan, Christian Bader, accompanied among others by Hon. Simon Mijok Mijak, Minister of Road and Bridges and The United Nations Offices for Projects (UNOPS) Country Representative, Peter Mutoredzanwa, has concluded his inspection visit in Warrap and Western Bahr el Ghazal states from August 10…