Norway for the UN Security Council
Norway campaigns for an elected seat on the @UN Security Council 2021-2022.
Norwegian support to powerful dance expressions
The Time2Dance festival is an annual event organized by the non-profit organization and professional dance school, MuDa Africa.
International Day of Democracy 15 September
The promotion of human rights and democratic principles is at the heart of Norwegian foreign policy. This policy is implemented both in international forums such as the UN, the OSCE and the Council of Europe, and at country level.
The Global Digital Library GDL
The Global Digital Library, GDL, is a valuable tool for ensuring that more children and young people gain access to the books they need to learn to read. Today, 617 million children and adolescents lack this basic skill.
Norwegian-Tanzanian partnership on collecting valuable climate change information
Through the Norwegian-funded Climate Change, Impact Adaptation and Mitigation (CCIAM) Program, Ardhi University has completed the construction and installation of a tide gauge at the Tanga Port in North-East Tanzania.
Norwegian-Tanzanian Research to promote Girls Economic Empowerment
The Norwegian School of Economics in collaboration with the Economic and Social Research Foundation have jointly conducted a multi-year study on ‘Girls’ Economic Empowerment: Evidence from Tanzania.
Celebration of Tanga International Competence Center’s 10-year anniversary
On the 12th to 14th of June, TICC marked their 10-year anniversary by arranging an international conference about healthcare and learning environment in international and intercultural settings.
Nordic Week in Tanzania with Green Growth on the agenda
For the third consecutive year, the Nordic Week was arranged in Tanzania from 31st of May until 6th of June 2018. The aim of the week was to promote the Nordic countries and celebrate our over 50 years of close cooperation with Tanzania.
The Norwegian research vessel Dr. Fridtjof Nansen visiting Tanzania
On the 19th of April, the Norwegian Embassy together with FAO and Tanzania’s Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries hosted a port call event on board the Norwegian research vessel Dr. Fridtjof Nansen at the Dar es Salaam port.
Meet the Al-Ta-No Working Group
Let us introduce to you the Al-Ta-No Working Group! The group consists of eight lively members whom have all volunteered to be a part of shaping the future of Al-Ta-No: Alumni Tanzania Norway.
Gendering business’ humans rights due diligence in Tanzania
“Effects of business on society impacts men and women differently, thus by conducting gender neutral human rights due diligence companies might actually miss the most salient risks” stated FOKUS during a workshop arranged with the Embassy on “Genderi