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May 19, 2020

Moshi Chacha (47) is a widow living in Kubitere Village, Tarime District, Mara Region. Her late husband left Moshi with six children to look after and without a reliable source of income. A turning point in Moshi’s life came in 2018, when she joined a USAID Waache Wasome (“Let them Learn”) Livelihood Improvement for Mothers and Caregivers of Adolescents (LIMCA) group. LIMCA is a community-based savings and lending platform that supports socio-economic change at the household level. The group’s interventions help put families in a better position to meet their daily needs and support the continued education of their daughters and sons.

May 14, 2020

The United States Agency for International Development in Tanzania is seeking offers/applications from qualified Tanzanians to provide personal services under contracta. The incumbent will be a Malaria Project Management Specialist for the management and coordination of selected malaria activities under the U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) within the Health Office (HO).

May 11, 2020

Feed the Future Tanzania Mboga na Matunda (“Vegetables and Fruits”) increases the productivity of horticulture activities that add value to product, while integrating women and youth. Through collaboration with dozens of private sector partners, the activity stimulates women’s engagement in horticulture by training them in crop production, technologies, markets, access to inputs, and nutrition. Currently, of the over 50,000 individuals trained by the activity, 47 percent are women.

April 6, 2020

For over five decades the United States has partnered with the people of Tanzania to advance shared development objectives. 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.

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.


Last updated: October 26, 2020

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