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  • U.S. Launches $14.5 Million PROTECT Project (Photo: U.S. Embassy, Dar es Salaam)

    U.S. Launches $14.5 Million PROTECT Project

    On Monday, June 22 the U.S. Government, through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), officially launched the PROTECT Project (“Promoting Tanzania’s Environment, Conservation, and Tourism.”) The launch, which took place at the Treetops Lodge in the Randilen Wildlife...

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  • 2015 Mandela Washington Fellows  (Photo: U.S. Embassy, Dar es Salaam)

    2015 Mandela Washington Fellows

    U.S. Ambassador Mark B. Childress with the 2015 Mandela Washington Fellows at his residence in Dar es Salaam on June 17, 2015. On the Ambassador’s right is Tanzania’s Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Ambassador Liberata...

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  • US firms join MCC on Trade & Investment Mission  (Photo: U.S. Embassy, Dar es Salaam)

    US firms join MCC on Trade & Investment Mission

    The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) has teamed up with the Department of Commerce to lead 10 U.S. companies on a trade and investment mission to Tanzania and Malawi from May 31 to June 5, 2015...

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  • U.S. and Tanzania Launch Canine Detection Program (Photo:U.S. Embassy, Dar es Salaam)

    U.S. and Tanzania Launch Canine Detection Program

    On May 5, 2015 at the Port of Dar es Salaam, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), along with the Ministry of Transport, the Ministry of Home Affairs, and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism announced the launch of a new “Canine Detection Program” in Tanzania...

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  • 36 American PC Volunteers to Work in 16 Districts (Image: U.S. Embassy, Dar es Salaam)

    36 American PC Volunteers to Work in 16 Districts

    Dar es Salaam, TANZANIA. On April 22, U.S. Ambassador Mark Childress swore in thirty-six Peace Corps Volunteers to their two years of service in Tanzania. The volunteers will work in community health education and sustainable agriculture in sixteen districts throughout Tanzania...

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  • Park Rangers Conclude Anti-Trafficking Training (Photo: U.S. Embassy, Dar es Salaam)
    Park Rangers Conclude Anti-Trafficking Training

    Selous Game Reserve, TANZANIA. On March 27 U.S. Chargé d’Affaires, Virginia Blaser, attended the graduation ceremony of 50 Park Rangers, who successfully completed a month long anti-trafficking training. The training was conducted by U.S. Marines and Sailors from Special-Purpose Marine...  

  • USAID Honored for Wildlife Management Areas (Photo: USADI Tanzania)
    USAID Honored for Work on WMAs

    On Monday, March 30, the Authorized Association Consortium (AAC) of Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) kicked off a 2-day Constitution and Strategic Plan Workshop at the Kurasini Training and Conference Centre in Dar es Salaam... 

  • 2.5M Textbooks Distributed Throughout Tanzania  (Photo: U.S. Embassy, Dar es Salaam)
    2.5M Textbooks Distributed Throughout Tanzania

    DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA: President of the United Republic of Tanzania Jakaya Kikwete and U.S. Ambassador Mark B. Childress celebrated yesterday the delivery of 2.5 million secondary school textbooks to the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training... 

  • Public-Private Partners Unite to Save Elephants (Image: U.S. Department of State)
    Public-Private Partners Unite to Save Elephants

    SELOUS GAME RESERVE, TANZANIA. To combat the very serious threat of poaching in the Selous Game Reserve, the governments of the United States and Germany transferred on Wednesday a significant amount of field equipment for use by Tanzanian game wardens patrolling the ... 

  • Tanzania and U.S. Unite to Combat Poaching (Image: U.S. Embassy, Dar es Salaam)
    Tanzania and U.S. Unite to Combat Poaching

    The Honorable Lazaro Nyalandu, Tanzania Minister of Natural Resources and Tourism, and Mark B. Childress, United States Ambassador to Tanzania, visited Ruaha National Park to mark the launch of the Southern Highlands and Ruaha-Katavi Protection Program... 

  • The Path to an AIDS-Free Generation in Tanzania (Photo: U.S. Embassy, Dar es Salaam)
    The Path to an AIDS-Free Generation in Tanzania

    On World AIDS Day 2014, nearly 35 years into the global AIDS epidemic, Tanzania has come a long way. Working closely over the past 10 years with the Government of Tanzania and other partners, we have helped to reduce the number of people infected with HIV/AIDS throughout the country... 

  • U.S. government provides funding to develop second MCC Compact (Photo: U.S. Embassy, Dar es Salaam)
    U.S. Provides Funding to Develop 2nd MCC Compact

    The United States Government, through the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), agreed on November 14, 2014, to provide up to $9.78 million for the development of high-impact investment projects in Tanzania’s energy sector... 

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