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UN joint Kigoma Programme officially launched, Norway the main donor
The United Nations Joint Kigoma Programme was officially launched 20 September 2017. The Programme will run for four years (2017-21), and is a joint programme by 16 UN agencies in Tanzania. Norway has supported the program with USD 5.
Norway and Tanzania’s relationship is broadening: The Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Børge Brende, visited Tanzania recently
The Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Børge Brende visited Tanzania 29th – 30th June. Mr. Brende met with President Dr.
Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Børge Brende visiting Tanzania
Mr. Brende, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Norway, is visiting Tanzania 29 - 30 June. Mr. Brende who is visiting Dar es Salaam will meet several Government Ministers to discuss bilateral and multilateral issues of common interest.
Oil for Development Tanzania - 2016 Annual results
Norwegian development assistance played an instrumental role in the mapping and development of Tanzania’s natural gas resources discovered in the 1970s, which eventually led to the commercialisation of two fields - Songo Songo (2004) og Mnasi Bay (20
Support to the Tax Modernisation Programme
The Tax Modernisation Programme (TMP) is implemented by the Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) and jointly supported by UK, Denmark and Norway through a basket funding mechanism agreed with the Government of Tanzania.