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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.

Embassy organises workshop on gender

31.10.2019 — Article Tanzania
Gender is continuously evolving and institutions need to adopt new techniques that are effective in addressing gender equality gaps. In order to meet this objective, the Embassy organised a gender workshop for staff and partners on 31 October.

Embassy celebrates National Day

01.08.2019 — Local news Tanzania
The Embassy of Switzerland to Tanzania and Zambia celebrated the Swiss National Day at an evening reception in Dar es Salaam.

Switzerland supports the 'Wanawake Wanaweza' project

31.07.2019 — Press release Tanzania
The Embassy of Switzerland in Dar es Salaam and UN Women Tanzania signed a new agreement on 25 July to support the UN Women led project, Women’s Leadership and Political Participation (WLPP) also known as "Wanawake Wanaweza" Phase II. The project seeks to ensure that women lead and participate in decision-making at all levels. 

National Day 2019 greetings for the Swiss Abroad

15.07.2019 — Press release Tanzania
On the occassion of the Swiss National Day of August 1st, the President of the Swiss Confederation Ueli Maurer has delivered a message to all Swiss nationals living abroad.

Switzerland supports screening of Anti-Corruption film ‘Bahasha’ during 2019 Uhuru Torch Relay

21.06.2019 — Press release Tanzania
The Embassy of Switzerland and the Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau (PCCB) held a joint press conference to announce the screening of an anti-corruption film ‘Bahasha’ as part of the 2019 Uhuru Torch Relay in major towns and cities across Tanzania. The objective of screening the film is to sensitize people about the negative effects of engaging in corruption.

Switzerland commits to improving the lives of youth through vocational skills

31.05.2019 — Press release Tanzania
The Embassy of Switzerland today launched the first phase of its Skills for Employment in Tanzania (SET) programme in Dar es Salaam. The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) will contribute 24 million US Dollars (55 billion Tanzanian Shillings) over a period of 12 years to support the Government of Tanzania in addressing the labour market relevance, quality and accessibility of vocational skills development.

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