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June 19, 2019

For over five decades the United States has partnered with the people of Tanzania to improve the quality of life for all. The goal of USAID assistance is to help the country achieve self-reliance by promoting a healthy, prosperous, democratic, well-governed, and secure Tanzania. Through partnerships and investments that save lives, reduce poverty and strengthen democratic governance, USAID’s programs advance a free, peaceful, and prosperous Tanzania.

June 18, 2019

Implemented in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the Capacity Building in Agriculture activity supports the government of Tanzania to improve data collection and information dissemination, and connect key actors in the agricultural sector to develop income-generating activities for smallholder farmers.

June 13, 2019

USAID Boresha Afya ("Improve Health") – Southern Zone program works to address health service gaps across the regions of Iringa, Njombe, Morogoro, Lindi, Mtwara, and Ruvuma. The program utilizes a client-centered approach to deliver services in geographic areas with high prevalence of HIV, TB, Malaria, and unmet needs for family planning and maternal/child health services.

June 11, 2019

Resilient and grateful is how Rose, a mother of two in the Arusha region of Tanzania, describes herself. She is also HIV-positive.

“I discovered I was positive in 2012 while pregnant with my third child,” she explained. “I was devastated to receive my results. I shared the news with my husband who didn’t take it very well. He decided to leave me and my children without any support. However, I delivered the [third] child safely. Sadly, after six months, my baby died.”

June 3, 2019

The public and private sectors play a significant role in driving Tanzania’s economic development and growth. As the economy and labor force evolve, the U.S. Government recognizes there are opportunities to stimulate inclusive, broad-based economic growth through support to these sectors.


Last updated: June 19, 2019

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