Support for the creative sector in Tanzania
The Royal Norwegian Embassy has committed to support the creative sector in Tanzania through a new agreement with Nafasi Art Space and the dance school MuDa Africa.
NOK 1.3 billion increase in aid budget for 2018
‘The Government’s proposed aid budget for 2018 is bigger than ever before and amounts to NOK 35.1 billion. This is NOK 1.3 billion more than in 2017.
NOK 7.7 billion to global health and education
‘Education and health are essential for sustainable development and poverty reduction in all countries. The Government will continue to increase funding for global health and education and is proposing a total allocation of NOK 7.
World Day Against the Death Penalty
World Day Against the Death Penalty was marked yesterday, October 10th, for the 15th year in a row, with events all over the world. 'The death penalty is irreversible.
Tanzanian rural areas ready for electricity
Norway supports Tanzania in achieving it’s Sustainable Development Goal on energy. Through the Rural Electrification Densification Programme 303 villages close to an existing line will be connected.
Dance explosion in Dar es Salaam
The Norwegian Embassy in Tanzania was delighted to take part in a three days dance feast, packed with explosive and entertaining dance performances by young creative talents.
Norwegian Embassy visits paralegal projects in Mbinga district - Ruvuma Region
Between 19-21 September 2017, Norwegian and Swedish embassies visited paralegal projects in Mbinga district, Ruvuma region, where a total of 25 volunteers supported by Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) provide free legal aid in a rural population
Jotun opens colour centre in Tanzania
The Norwegian Ambassador, Hanne-Marie Kaarstad, attended the opening of the Norwegian paint company Jotun’s first colour centre in Tanzania on 18 September 2017 in Dar es Salaam.
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