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Prime Minister, Mr Mizengo Pinda share views with investors from the United States of America when paid him a courtesy visit in Dar es Salaam recently.
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Prime Minister, Mr Mizengo Pinda in a group photo with investors from the United States of America and MCC officials in Dar es Salaam.
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MCA-T Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Bernard Mchonvu and Commissioner of police (F & A) Clodwig Mtweve signing a grant agreement between MCA –T and Tanzania Police Force.
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Hadzabe and Mang'ati women in a meeting on gender, with a gender consultant from CH2M Hill, Cinamon Vann (2nd R,facing camera) at kipamba in Mkalama District,Singida Region, when collected information for feasibility studies.

Cultivating Rural Entrepreneurs: Gender Integration in Tanzania

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Last Updated on Saturday, 30 June 2012

 Source: http://www.mcc.gov/pages/povertyreductionblog/...

(Posted on March 9, 2011 by Chelsea Coakley, Program Officer Tanzania)

In order to ensure that both women and men have equitable access to the economic benefits associated with Road Projects and Others in the Compact, MCA Tanzania developed a national Gender Integration Program (GIP). In collaboration with MCC and local stakeholders, MCA Tanzania recognized inequality was a significant constraint to economic growth and poverty reduction, identified priority areas for intervention to address this issues, and is currently utilizing and existing network of trained Gender Focal Points (GFP's) through the country to implement their program, More details ......

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