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March 31, 2020

The USAID Mkapa Fellows Program supports the Government of Tanzania to address human resources for health (HRH) gaps at the national, regional and local government levels. The purpose of the Mkapa Fellows Program is to develop and implement sustainable approaches to HRH recruitment, deployment, and management. The activity also supports the delivery of quality HIV and reproductive, maternal and child health services, and facilitates effective transitioning of contracted health care workers into the Government of Tanzania's HRH system.

March 23, 2020

The USAID Development Assistance Specialist (Policy Advisor) serves as a seasoned health professional and experienced Cooperation Country National (CCN/FSN), with strong leadership, organizational, technical, analytical, writing/editing, and interpersonal skills.

February 20, 2020

Private sector investment and entrepreneurship are essential to Tanzania’s economic development and its efforts to reach middle-income status by 2025. Private sector-led growth has the potential to sustainably generate jobs and economic opportunities for Tanzania’s growing population, particularly youth, while contributing tax revenue for public goods and services. The private sector also offers innovation, technical expertise, and efficient distribution of goods and services.

February 20, 2020

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.

February 6, 2020

Tanzanian youth have the potential to play a key role in the economic development of their country, but for the 800,000 young people who enter the Tanzanian workforce each year, employment remains a challenge. The Feed the Future Tanzania Advancing Youth activity connects youth to entrepreneurship training, technical skills building, leadership development, healthy lifestyle cultivation, and employment opportunities. The activity aims to increase income opportunities for 21,500 young people through rigorous, professional training and matching youth to formal and informal jobs.

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