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Switzerland celebrates Francophonie in Dar es Salaam

17.03.2021 — Local news Tanzania
The Embassy of Switzerland, jointly with other Francophone Embassies in Tanzania, are celebrating the ‘month of Francophonie’ between March 17 and April 21 this year. The celebrations include both online and offline cultural, educational and entertainment activities and events.


Promoting financial inclusion for rural youth in Tanzania

08.03.2021 — Press release Tanzania
In celebration of the International Women’s Day, the Embassy of Switzerland in Tanzania together with the Financial Sector Deepening Trust (FSDT) will today launch the Rural Youth Inclusive Finance Study during a virtual event held at 1400 hrs. The study shares in-depth knowledge of the financial behaviours and challenges of rural youth in Tanzania, particularly young women, between the ages of 16 and 24. 


Call for Proposals: Innovation Fund

16.02.2021 — Press release Tanzania
The Embassy of Switzerland through the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) is seeking concept proposals to set-up, run, or collaborate with existing set-ups to co-fund an Innovation Fund that provides capacity building and catalytic capital towards impactful enterprises based in Tanzania. 




Switzerland and Tanzania sign Bilateral Agreements to improve health and livelihoods

06.10.2020 — Local news Tanzania
On October 6, Switzerland and Tanzania signed two Bilateral Agreements worth CHF 17.8 million (TZS 44.1 billion) to improve health and livelihoods of Tanzanians through the Health Basket Fund (HBF) and Tanzania Social Action Fund (TASAF). The Agreements were signed in Dodoma by the Swiss Ambassador to Tanzania, H.E. Didier Chassot, and the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Finance and Planning, Mr. Doto James.



Joint Statement on Elections

02.09.2020 — Position Tanzania
Joint statement by the Heads of Missions of Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland in Tanzania.





Bicycles changing the lives of school girls

29.11.2019 — Article Tanzania
At least 1,000 female students are now able to reach school in a much faster and safer manner. Through the SDC-funded Bike2School4Girls programme, students can now commute to school in only 30 minutes, a journey that previously took an average of two hours.

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