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September 17, 2020

As demand for water rises and the risk from climate variability increases in Tanzania, efficient water resource management has become critical to guaranteeing sustainable use of these vital resources. Decision making for sustainable management of water resources is dependent on access to accurate and reliable weather, climate data and its impacts on water resources.

September 1, 2020

In 2017, the European Union funded the Government of Zanzibar to streamline the operations of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and introduce an online registration process. Before this, NGO Registration was housed in the Ministry of Trade and Industry, while NGO Coordination was housed in the Ministry of Constitution and Legal Affairs. Through this funding, the government merged the two functions and introduced the Registrar of NGOs under the President’s Office. As a result of this change, NGOs needed to re-register with the Registrar’s office; and the Registrar directed NGOs to re-register through an online system or face de-registration. Unfortunately, when the window of re-registration closed in June 2019, only a small number of NGOs complied with the requirement. Although the government re-opened the re-registration to July 2020, re-registration continued at a very low rate and the responsible Minister and the Registrar issued a series of de-registration threats against NGOs.

August 24, 2020

Hebu Tuyajenge (“Let’s Discuss Constructively”) engages people living with HIV (PLHIV) via Tanzania’s National Council of People Living with HIV in Tanzania (NACOPHA). The program focuses on increasing utilization of HIV testing, treatment, and family planning services among adolescents and PLHIV, strengthening capacity of PLHIV organizations and structures, and improving the enabling environment for the HIV response through PLHIV empowerment.

August 12, 2020

Connecting with young people, which represent the largest demographic of Tanzania’s population, is a vital way to shape the behavior and attitudes of future generations. This is critical as their actions could vastly impact the country’s wildlife-dependent economy. We are confident that the work from USAID PROTECT, especially with young people, will leave a legacy. Together, we can build the conservationists of tomorrow by engaging the youth of today.

August 4, 2020

The United States Government, represented by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), is seeking quotation from qualified and eligible offerors to provide short-term consultancy service as Education Development Partner Group Secretariat under Firm-Fixed-Price contract as described in this solicitation.

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