Tanzania has hosted the International Festival of Language attracting participants from nineteen countries on the African continent, Asia, Europe and the United States.
A discussion facilitated by the Kilimanjaro Dialogue Institute (KDI) in Dar es Salaam about ways of fostering contribution levels of the Tanzania Diaspora to the economic development of the country through attracting more foreign direct investments (FDIs).
BBC World Service Zuhura Yunus set this working equation for would-be and working women journalists while talking to 25 inquisitive From Feza Girls High School in Dar es Salaam during a Kilimanjaro Dialogue Institute (KDI) career development and nurturing program activity.
World Teachers’ Day, also known as International Teachers Day, is an international day held annually on October 5. Established in 1994, it commemorates the signing of the 1966 UNESCO/ILO Recommendation concerning the Status of Teachers, which is a standard-setting instrument that addresses the status and situations of teachers around the world. .
This call was raised in Dar es Salaam during a round table discussion hosted by the Kilimanjaro Dialogue Institute for members of a Euro Caribbean and Pacific group visiting Tanzania to explore areas of possible investment.
“We feel relatively uncomfortable when we find ourselves – we people of African origin getting the same entry requirements into the land we consider to be our ancestry,” observed one afro delegate from the Caribbean.
A three-tier development hurdle embracing Tanzania’s social and economic sectors emerged at an Iftar dinner hosted by the Kilimanjaro Dialogue Institute (KDI) in Dar es Salaam during the ongoing fasting holy month of Ramadan.
Education stuck its neck out as the fast-breakers delved on the sector delivery policy, zooming on the Kiswahili and English language status in the delivery of the critical social service.