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(September 25, 2014, New York, NY) Hon. Lazaro S. Nyalandu, MP, Tanzania’s Minister of Natural Resources and Tourism joined by H.E. Amb. Liberata Mulamula, Tanzania Ambassador to the United States and Allan Kijazi, Director General, Tanzania National Parks presented the annual Tanzania Tourist Board Awards to three of the honorees at Africa Travel Association’s (ATA) ninth annual Presidential Forum held at New York University. – Tanzania Tourist Board and...(Not translated)Edit
HON. LAZARO S. NYALANDU, MP, TANZANIA’S MINISTER OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND TOURISM PRESENTS THE ANNUAL TANZANIA TOURIST BOAR(Not translated)Edit
WELCOME AT "LANDANY SCHOOL OF ENGLISH MEDIUM FOR: – (i) NURSERY SCHOOL – (ii)SECONDARY SCHOOL – (iii)COMPUTER SKILLS COURSE. (image)(Not translated)Edit
WELCOME AT "LANDANY SCHOOL OF ENGLISH MEDIUM FOR: – (i) NURSERY SCHOOL – (ii)SECONDARY SCHOOL – (iii)COMPUTER SKILLS COURSE. – (image)(Not translated)Edit
WELCOME AT "LANDANY SCHOOL OF ENGLISH MEDIUM FOR: – (i) NURSERY SCHOOL – (ii)SECONDARY SCHOOL – (iii)COMPUTER SKILLS COURSE. – (image)(Not translated)Edit
WELCOME AT "LANDANY SCHOOL OF ENGLISH MEDIUM FOR: – (i) NURSERY SCHOOL – (ii)SECONDARY SCHOOL – (iii)COMPUTER SKILLS COURSE. – (image)(Not translated)Edit
(image) – Cultivation of maize is the important point very subsistence and trade, is loyalty to the spine for the people of rural and urban as well, one of the major benefits are derived from this crop of corn as you can see these images farmer uses techniques az agricultural modernization he tunia agricultural irrigation through the canal thus enables the farmer to get more output, but depends on weather conditions such as rain enough so we need to plant trees...(Not translated)Edit
OLAI pamoja na mambo mengine, tayari imekwisha kufanya savei katika Kata tatu (3) za Lienje, Luagala na Ngunja na kubaini uwapo wa maambukizi mapya ya UKIMWI kutokana na viashiria mbalimbali, ikiwemo ulevi, mmomonyoko wa maadidili. Katika utafiti huo, pia OLAI imegundua kuwa hali ya mbaambukizi hayo, yapo kwa vijana ambao wapo shuleni hasa wale wa Sekondari. Kwa vijana vipo vishawishi kama matumizi ya simu zenye (memory card) na hasa zenye picha za ngono. OLAI hujishughulisha na uhamasishaji...(Not translated)Edit
This is Professor Kanayama Koichi from Tsuru University when visited Africa particularly Tanzania he met some members of the civil society organization and our organization was one among those privellaged organization that got opportunity to share development discussion conserning the role of civil societies to the development of the marginalized people in the community. – Below is the photo (From the right is Mr.Murasi Abraham Joseph-Executive Director...(Not translated)Edit
This is Professor Kanayama Koichi from Tsuru University when visited Africa particularly Tanzania he met some members of the civil society organization and our organization was one among those privellaged organization that got opportunity to share development discussion conserning the role of civil societies to the development of the marginalized people in the community. – Below is the photo (From the right is Mr.Murasi Abraham Joseph-Executive Director of Shake Hands Youth...(Not translated)Edit
This is Professor Kanayama Koichi from Tsuru University when visited Africa particularly Tanzania he met some members of the civil society organization and our organization was one among those privellaged organization that got opportunity to share development discussion conserning the role of civil societies to the development of the marginalized people in the community. – Below is the photo (From the right is Mr.Murasi Abraham Joseph-Executive Director of Shake Hands Youth...(Not translated)Edit
This is Professor Kanayama Koichi from Tsuru University when visited Africa particularly Tanzania he met some members of the civil society organization and our organization was one among those privellaged organization that got opportunity to share development discussion conserning the role of civil societies to the development of the marginalized people in the community. – Below is the photo of Prof Kanayama giving out the lecture to all participants from...(Not translated)Edit
Nestled deep in Tanzania is the Shengena forest, a woodland that is the largest forest block in the South Pare Mountains. Rich in biodiversity, the forest and the 5 rivers that run through it also provide a major source of water for those in neighboring villages, such as Ndungu. However, this forest is under threat from farmland encroachment, wild fires and illegal logging. It is within this forest that the Yongoma River calls its home, and such deforestation threatens its existence. Far more...(Not translated)Edit
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